Local Cancer Patients Are Facing Financial Hardship
In light of this financially devastating reality, the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation created the Patient Assistance Fund. This fund is accessible for emergency use when all other forms of financial assistance are not available. It is very challenging for most to even come forward and ask for assistance. Patients need support to purchase fresh food; pay for transportation to treatment; and access funds to cover medical and dental expenses. Requests for support from the Patient Assistance Fund are assessed by Social Workers within the Windsor Regional Cancer Program.
This Holiday Season, Help Patients Like Kathleen
Kathleen is a vibrant young woman. She was newly engaged, and focused on getting her career off the ground when she received her brain cancer diagnosis.
“Ensuring I had groceries was a top priority for me, as food was the means to give my body the fuel necessary to help my fight.”Kathleen, local cancer patient
While she’s fortunate to have a positive prognosis, Kathleen needed to take a leave from both of her jobs to recover from brain surgery. Kathleen knew this would be financially crippling, yet she had to find a way to keep her body strong.
Patient Assistance Fund
By supporting the Patient Assistance Fund, your generous tax-deductible gift will provide necessities like the items listed below. Please consider gifting one of these necessities to our local cancer patients in financial hardship. When you make your donation, you have the option to choose one of these pre-set amounts, or donate a gift amount of your choice.
Donate As A Gift
Send Well Wishes To Our Cancer Community
With your generous donation, you’ll have the unique opportunity to send well wishes to local cancer patients. Your thoughtful message will be displayed inside the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre. A warm message from you will let patients know our community truly cares.
Your generosity will give hope to our cancer community this holiday season.
Give To Patients In Need
Your contributions are vital to the success of programs like the Patient Assistance Fund, which has supported almost 2,000 local cancer patients in financial distress to date. We need your help.