- Cancer For College
- California applicants and applicants attending school in Southern California have first consideration for the largest scholarships, ranging from $1K-$4K
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- Provides education for cancer patients on fertility preservation for both men and women.
- IVF Assist Program, which provides eligible IVF patients access to more affordable IVF treatments
- Offers funding for all aspects of infertility related treatments
- Online support groups and resources specific to young adult male cancer survivors.
- Provides information on family planning methods including adoption, egg donation, embryo adoption or donation, and surrogacy
- This program takes into consideration household income and hardship cases to provide eligible patients with a 5%, 25%, 50%, or 75% discount off their fertility drug cost
- Financial assistance program for newly diagnosed men and women who are seeking to bank sperm, eggs or embryos prior to cancer treatment
- Female, U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Diagnosis of cancer
- No chemotherapy within the previous 6 months
- Oncologist and reproductive endocrinologist have determined that fertility preservation treatment is medically appropriate
- Financial assistance to young women and men for the purpose of preserving eggs and sperm
- Helps individuals and couples by providing an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) scholarships
- Scholarships are reviewed monthly. Deadlines are the last working day of each month.
- Will cover most of the basic IVF expenses.
- The National Adoption Foundation (NAF) offers nontraditional, innovative, fund raising programs as well as NAF Grants to assist with the costs of adoption.
- Open to all legal adoptions including public or private agency adoptions, international, special needs or adoptions facilitated by an attorney.
- No income requirement. There is a simple one page application and the only requirement to apply is a home study, or one in progress.
- Offers resources that help young cancer patients with fertility preservation information and find local support
- Serves the needs of families battling infertility through education and outreach on relevant and related issues.
- Provide financial assistance 2X per year to families pursuing infertility treatment or domestic adoption through the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation Family Building Grant
- Provides expert consultation services for long term storage of reproductive tissues and donor program management to assist in compliance with regulatory agencies.
- Verna’s Purse is a ReproTech program that offers financial assistance to cancer survivors to preserve their fertility or maintain specimens already in storage
- Provides information about the entire IVF process from terms and procedures to costs.
The SamFund – Cancer Survivor Grants
- U.S. Resident
- Between 21 and 39 at time of diagnosis
- Completed planned treatment with no evidence of disease, or
- One year following the completion of planned treatment with stable disease, or
- In remission and on long-term hormonal therapy (such as Tamoxifen for breast cancer survivors) or long-term targeted therapy (such as Gleevec (TKI) or Herceptin)