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6 years ago

HELP WITH DRUG CO-PAYS 

http://www.copays.org/

We currently assist patients diagnosed with:
   
Autoimmune Disorders
   Breast Cancer
   Colon Cancer
   Diabetes
   Head and Neck
   Kidney Cancer
   Lung Cancer
   Lymphoma
   Malignant Brain Tumors
   Pancreatic Cancer
   Prostate Cancer
   Sarcoma
   Macular Degeneration
   Secondary issues as a result of cancer treatment

For more information
click here or contact one of our call counselors toll free at 1-866-512-3861.

www.patientadvocate.org

6 years ago

Low Income Assistance For Energy

 

 

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ocs/liheap/

 

 

 

6 years ago

 

Resources for Low
Income Families
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                        

List of Free Clinics

                               

RX Assist

 

 

 

 



This post was modified from its original form on 29 Mar, 14:48
6 years ago
Resources for Low
Income Families

 

 

 

 

 

 

For help with heating and electric


This post was modified from its original form on 29 Mar, 14:35
6 years ago

Volunteers of America, CFC#2835
(800) 899-0089

 

www.volunteersofamerica.org

Volunteers of America creates programs to improve the lives of children, families, seniors, people with disabilities and helps communities. There are no limits to caring.

 

6 years ago

Meals on Wheels Association of America, CFC#2839
(703) 548-5558

 

www.mowaa.org

 

 

Assists homebound frail and at-risk seniors preserve their independence by providing grants and training to local community programs that provide them meals and nutrition services.

6 years ago

Meeting People's Basic Needs

In the last several years, nearly every Catholic Charities agency in the country providing emergency assistance has reported an increase in the demand for to help people meet their most basic needs—mortgage and rent assistance, utility assistance, food, clothing, medical supplies and prescription drug assistance, shelter, transportation, community information and referrals, and other services. In 2006, some 1,384,18,101 people received basic need services from their local Catholic Charities agencies.

Basic Needs Services At A Glance

Clothing assitance
Other basic needs assistance
Utilities assistance
Medication assistance
Emegency financial assistance (not rent, mortgage, etc.)


Quick Links

Need help? Contact your local Catholic Charities agency. Click on the Get Help link for your state.

Learn about our advocacy efforts to help people meet their basic needs.


Download the Catholic Charities Network At A Glance (PDF) for an overview of all the services Catholic Charities provide.

 

6 years ago

www.robinhood.org  

See How you get registered to get help with bills, medications, clothing, items for your children. etc.org

 

 

www.makeawishfoundation.org

 

 

 

 

 



This post was modified from its original form on 29 Mar, 13:25
6 years ago

Ronald McDonald House Charities

The three core programs of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) - the Ronald McDonald House, the Ronald McDonald Family Room and the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile - are focused on helping families in need. In addition to supporting the core programs, RMHC and our global network of local chapters in 50 countries have awarded more than $460 million dollars in grants and program services worldwide to make an immediate, positive impact on as many children as possible.

www.rmhc.org

 

6 years ago

How You Can Help

If you know someone living with cancer, tell them about Gilda’s Club. Tell them they can “come as they are,” that there is never any cost to them, and that all of our program and activities are made possible through the generosity of people, like you, who know someone with cancer and see the need for more Gilda’s Clubs. And if, after learning a little more about we do, you think you’d like to help in our mission of support and expansion, please consider sending a donation. Visit our web site at www.gildasclub.org or call 1-888-Gilda-4-U.

6 years ago

America’s Second Harvest – The Nation’s Food Bank Network is the largest charitable domestic hunger-relief organization, with a Network of more than 200 food banks and food-rescue organizations serving all 50 states. The Network secures and distributes more than 2 billion pounds of food and grocery products annually; and supports approximately 50,000 local charitable agencies, which provide food assistance to more than 25 million hungry people in the United States, including 9 million children and 3 million seniors. www.secondharvest.com

 

 

 

6 years ago

Wish Organizations

From the United Cerebral Palsy website:

www.ucp.org

 

 

6 years ago

Wheelchair Foundation

    3820 Blackhawk Road
    Danville, California 94506-4617
    The Wheelchair Foundation is a nonprofit organization leading an international effort to create awareness of the needs and abilities of the physically disabled, to promote the joy of giving to the less fortunate, creating global friendship, and to deliver a wheelchair to every child, teen and adult in the world who needs one, but cannot afford one. For the physically disabled, the Wheelchair Foundation delivers Hope, Mobility and Freedom.

    Phone: (877) 378-3839

    Fax: (877) 378-3839
    E-Mail:
    info@wheelchairfoundation.org
    URL:
    http://www.wheelchairfoundation.org
    7 years ago
    HELP WITH DRUG CO-PAYS 

    http://www.copays.org/

    We currently assist patients diagnosed with:
       
    Autoimmune Disorders
       Breast Cancer
       Colon Cancer
       Diabetes
       Head and Neck
       Kidney Cancer
       Lung Cancer
       Lymphoma
       Malignant Brain Tumors
       Pancreatic Cancer
       Prostate Cancer
       Sarcoma
       Macular Degeneration
       Secondary issues as a result of cancer treatment

    For more information
    click here or contact one of our call counselors toll free at 1-866-512-3861.

    www.patientadvocate.org

    HELP WITH MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
    7 years ago


    Disability and Medical Equipment

    AROGA Group
    1611 Welch St.; North Vancouver BC; V7P 3G9 Canada
    Phone: 800-561-6222

    Disabled Dealer Magazine
    Access to new and pre-owned adaptive equipment, services, resources, and events throughout the nation.

    D-R-D Disability Classifieds
    Buy or sell used disability related equipment.
    Do you have a used wheelchair or converted van just sitting and collecting dust or a pair of crutches leaning in the corner?
    Why not advertise it? Listings are FREE.

    Garage Sale:

    http://www.mobility-solutions.com
    Mobility Solutions has a variety of "demo" and used equipment that can be purchased.
    If you have a wheelchair, walker, electric bed or other medical equipment you would like to sell, they can post it for you.

    Med-Sell
    Resource Guide for Previously Owned Medical Equipment, Assistive Devices & Services.
    Med-Sell helps people buy and sell their USED medical equipment and find accessible HOUSING.

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    HELP WITH MEDICAL EQUIPMENT CONTD.
    7 years ago


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    MediTrade.com is a classified resource for used and surplus medical equipment - to give patients an outlet to find, buy, sell or share functional medical equipment.
    Current categories include wheelchairs, hospital beds, and other.

    MedMart!

    Medical EquipNet

    PAT's Carolina Connection - AT Classifieds: Technology Exchange Post:

    http://www.pat.org

    Here you will find equipment and positions available for individuals with disabilities.

    Project Mend
    Medical Equipment Network for the Disabled

    World Wide Wheelchairs

    www.demosforsale.com
    Buy and sell demos and equipment that are new, almost new, used, refurbished or previously owned medical equipment.

    7 years ago

    http://www.giveortake.com/charities.php?cat=11

    Enham       

    Enham gives people with disabilities the opportunity to make choices in life. Our computer centre currently needs lots of new and specialised equipment. For just £25 you could help us by 'Adopting a Mouse'. Name it, and on its birthday you will receive a letter telling you how the new equipment and its owner are getting along. 

    The Back Up Trust    

    The Back-Up Trust is dedicated to enabling people with spinal cord injury to surpass their aspirations. The Back-Up Trust is a national charity for those suddenly paralysed through spinal cord injury. Its unique programme of integrated rehabilitation activity courses and ongoing peer support serves to restore hope, self-belief and inspiration to lives shattered by paralysis.  

    http://www.giveortake.com/charities.php?cat=11



    This post was modified from its original form on 20 Apr, 12:27
    7 years ago
    Charitable Partners

    At GreaterGood Network, we do our best to raise awareness of good causes and to connect people every day with simple ways to make the world a better place. It is our charitable partners who do the heavy lifting — the ones who use the funds that your daily clicks and your shopping raise to accomplish the mission.

    About www.GreaterGood.org

    GreaterGood.org is an independent charitable organization devoted to addressing the health and well-being of people (particularly women and children), animals, and the planet. GreaterGood.org distributes funds generated through the GreaterGood Network of websites to the many charitable organizations responsible for implementing programs named on these sites. 100% of the funds generated through the GreaterGood Network pass through GreaterGood.org to our partner charities. GreaterGood.org has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of GreaterGood.org. GreaterGood.org has applied for and is awaiting its 501(c)(3) status. When granted, that status will be retroactive to March 21, 2006.

    National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
    www.nationalbreastcancer.org
    A special thank you from the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

    Thanks to all of our partners at The Breast Cancer Site for clicking daily. Your great efforts have funded major projects with the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Because you care and click, needy women under the age of 50 in the state of Mississippi can now receive funding for free mammograms. Thanks to you, Puerto Rico now has a special program to provide free mammograms for needy women that serves the entire territory. Your clicks also help the women of NYC and Los Angeles who cannot afford mammograms. This is a cross-sample of your clicks at work. Thanks a million!

    Janelle Hail, NBCF president

    The National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and education to women about breast cancer. They are supported by The Breast Cancer Site and private contributions. They deliver the latest-breaking news stories on breast cancer and breast cancer information at their web site.

    NBCF offers continuing education on the early detection of breast cancer to individuals, corporations, and organizations. NBCF places a special emphasis on reaching low-income, minority, and working-poor women whose awareness of breast cancer and opportunity for help is often limited. They provide free to low-cost mammography screenings and educational programs for women in need. NBCF does not make grants for mammograms directly to individuals. They give grants through designated programs for homeless, battered, and low-income women in inner city neighborhoods. Click here to receive information from the Centers for Disease Control regarding free mammograms.

    CHARITIES THAT HELP THE LOW INCOME
    8 years ago
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    This folder will be only for charitable organizations to help the most needy, thank you. Leon