CoachArt’s mission is to create a transformative arts and athletics community for families impacted by childhood chronic illness.
With offices in New York, Washington D.C., Connecticut and Florida, and a nonprofit footprint throughout the East Coast, HF uplifts millions of Hispanic children, youth and families locally and nationally through three essential service pillars: membership services/grant making, advocacy and community programs.
The Hispanic Federation is partnering with Puerto Rico’s Primary Health Association (ASPPR) to identify individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer at their health centers in Puerto Rico and are in desperate need of financial assistance. Puerto Rico’s health centers provide quality, accessible and affordable healthcare to un- served and underserved communities at more than 90 locations, Puerto Rico’s Federally Qualified Health Centers care for an estimated 350,000 individuals, more than one in ten residents of Puerto Rico.
|Brent’s Place, Aurora Colorado||http://brentsplace.org
Brent’s Place strives to provide a unique home away from home, that vigilantly protects the fragile health of patients while also strengthening the integrity of the family unit, enriching day-to-day life and fostering an unwavering community of support.
|CBeyond found an ideal partner in Brent’s Place that helps those living with cancer by providing free “safe-clean” housing, family support and psychosocial care for residents. Funding will be part of the Brent’s Place capital campaign to build an additional building for families in need of housing and services during cancer treatment. Specifically CBeyond will be sponsoring and naming the media room, which will house music therapy, movie nights and other media related activities providing a sense of normalcy and support to families.|
|Miller Childrens Hospital Long Beach||www.millerchildrenshospitallb.org
Non-profit children’s hospital with wide range of primary and specialty care for children and expectant mothers with one of the largest neonatal intensive care units in California.Overhead for philanthropic dollars given is approximately 5%.
|The Art Therapy Program
Uses the creative process of art making to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of pediatric hematology/oncology patients. Art therapy offers a chance for our children to focus on something other than being sick, and to create something beautiful. The program is an important psychosocial tool for our young patients and their families coping with the emotional stress and trauma of cancer and its treatment.&Parent Support Program
Program provides parents the opportunity to gain emotional support, build new friendships, and have place where they can discuss their difficult experiences of having a child diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder. The support group also offers well-being baskets containing items such as, journals, lotions, cozy socks, sleeping masks, etc. to parents during their child’s first hospitalization.
|Children’s Hospitals Los Angeles||www.chla.org
Non-profit children’s hospital named best in the west coast and in top five nationally for clinical excellence.Overhead for philanthropic dollars given is approximately 5%.
Fund supports patients being treated within our Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases (CCCBD) and their families. As we discussed on the tour, we have several social workers assigned to CCCBD patients based on their diagnosis (brain tumors, sarcoma, leukemia, etc.). These social workers work closely with families, and when they determine a family is need of financial assistance, they make a recommendation to the person who manages the fund. He then confirms that the request meets the criteria and will put in a check request to be made payable to the family. This is typically used for prescriptions, parking/transportation and meals. It may also help cover rent or burial costs.Child Life Program
The Child Life program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is an example of the hospital’s family-centered care in which Child Life staff work in partnership with physicians, nurses, social workers, and other members of the patient care team to meet the developmental, social and emotional needs of patients, their siblings and family. Child Life staff helps patients cope with the stress and uncertainty of illness, injury and hospitalization when they need it most.
Non-profit who supports young cancer survivors in the US as they recover from the financial impact of cancer treatments.Overhead approximately 5%.
|Through direct financial assistance and free online support and education, The SAMFund helps young adults move forward towards their personal, professional, and academic goals.|