Our Statement of Mission
Prevent Cancer. Serve and Support the Cancer Community. Advocate for Meaningful Change.
To shift the core narrative from one defined by charitable administrative cost, to one that celebrates collective donor impact.
Transparency and Stewardship.
Diversity and Inclusion.
United Cancer Support Foundation
We are a 501(c)3 faith based charity. We provide cancer prevention education and resources while maintaining the dignity of the cancer community.
NOTE: We do not solicit or provide program services in the following states: Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Iowa, Utah and Oregon.
Gifts of Comfort and Care
Designed to support cancer patients with gifts that provide relaxation and comfort during cancer treatment.
Recliners for Recovery
Our free recliner program assists patients undergoing chemotherapy, Just apply and pickup your chair.
Circle of Care Mammograms
United Cancer Support Foundation offers free mammograms nationwide to underserved populations. Apply or click below.
The United Cancer Support Foundation Supports Diversity
In 2020 United Cancer Support Foundation continued to provide program services to the cancer community. Our cancer prevention/elevation of awareness, and face-to-face programs moved to a virtual platform however, we continued to provide free “Circle of Care” mammograms across the nation along with our Gifts of Comfort and Care and local “Recliners for Recovery” programs.
United Cancer Support Foundation By The Numbers 2020
Sun Safety Program
Services Rendered 2020
Gifts Of comfort & Care
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