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Your gift of $50 provides gas cards for a family traveling long distances for treatment. Many families must travel long distances to reach their child's treating hospital and the expense can be an extra burden. CURE seeks to ease that through our transportation assistance program.
Your gift of $100 provides a counseling session for a patient, parent or sibling. The emotional and psychosocial impact of treatment can be difficult for the patient and the entire family. CURE covers the expense of counseling for the patient, parent or sibling during treatment or after.
Your gift of $200 provides a meal to 30 hospitalized children and their families. Many parents won't leave the room while their child is in treatment, which can make good meals hard to get. CURE's Open Arms Meals Program delivers fresh meals to the patients and their families in the hospital 3-4 times a week.
Your gift of $500 provides prescriptions for three patients. During treatment, parents must fill multiple prescriptions and co-pays can be unexpected and overwhelming. CURE's Family Emergency Fund can help with this expense.
Your gift of $1,000 provides 25 educational totes to parents devastated by a new childhood cancer diagnosis. Through our Early Outreach Program, we aim to connect with families at or near diagnosis to let them know they are not alone and to connect them with important resources. These comforting tote bags provide useful items including a tip booklet written by parents of children who have fought cancer.
Your gift of $2,500 pays rent or mortgage for three families financially burdened by the high cost of treatment. Childhood cancer can be financially devastating during normal circumstances. The economic effects of the pandemic have had a huge impact. CURE helps by paying rent, utility bills, car expenses and much more.
Your gift of $5,000 covers the cost of gene sequencing for one child whose cancer has relapsed. Through CURE's Precision Medicine Program, relapsed and high-risk patients can have their genes sequenced to give their doctors detailed information that often effects treatment path.