Bringing Hope Home®
Bringing Hope Home® is a non-profit organization that provides Unexpected Amazingness® to local Families with cancer in NJ, PA and DE through financial and emotional support. Through our Light of Hope Family Grant, we offer a one-time grant to pay essential household bills for Families with cancer.
For over 15 years, Abacus Life has helped individuals pay for their treatment needs. Abacus proudly assists those suffering from severe illnesses, such as cancer, by finding funding in their living life insurance benefits. Selling your life insurance policy allows you to focus on what is most important right now… healing.
Jill’s Wish Foundation, Inc.
The Mission of Jill’s Wish is to minimize the financial hardships patients face while going through breast cancer treatment so they can focus on recovery. Jill’s Wish offers grants of up to $1500 on a rolling basis to cover non-medical living expenses for those with newly-diagnosed.
Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition
Cancer advocacy organizations offer many kinds of help and support for people with cancer and their families and friends. Many of these groups focus on helping people with specific types of cancer. Each organization offers different kinds of assistance and eligibility rules.
A cancer diagnosis can pose a tremendous financial burden on an individual and their family. The Emergency Financial Assistance program provides assistance to adults in active treatment for their cancer.
Mortgage, Rent and Utility Assistance
The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Help with cancer bills
Millions of people are diagnosed with cancer every year. A diagnosis of cancer can lead to outrageous medical and hospital bills, even for families with health insurance.
Home Energy Assistance Program
If you have difficulties paying for your utilities, LIHEAP may be able to assist you with bill payments, an energy crisis, and weatherization and energy-related home repairs. To apply, call the National Energy Assistance Referral (NEAR) project.
Colon Cancer Alliance
Through the Blue Note Fund, patients can apply for a one-time $300 grant to help with rent, utilities, or food costs. Grants are disbursed quarterly.
Support for one patient has an annual (12 month calendar year) cap of $500 and a lifetime cap of $750., Funds will be used to cover patient’s cancer related medical bills or other family costs related to treatment.
Need help paying bills?
The non-profit organization will provide patients with information on, as well as access to various resources and services. They will provide them with help for financial issues, such as their everyday bills and living expenses.
Help Now Fund
The Help Now Fund is a program designed for breast cancer patients, who are in need of emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and/or utility bills (electric, water, and gas)