Mesothelioma Prognosis Network
Mesothelioma Prognosis Network gives support, financial assistance, resources, and information for individuals and their family members suffering from mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis.
Southwest Network provides behavioral health services to infants, children, adolescents and adults, partnering with them, their caregivers and families to help them overcome the obstacles they face to live their best lives possible.
We take an integrated approach, caring for both the mind and body for total health and wellness.
Fresh Start focuses on three core values: economic self-sufficiency, personal development and education. The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center offers counseling, mentoring, education, career services, legal support services, Child Watch, an elearningcenter and personal development services that include wardrobing sessions, makeovers and empowerment classes.
1130 E. McDowell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Comfy Cosy Chemo
Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels will provide advocacy support through community resources, a hotline, volunteer advocates and other supports. We will also provide financial assistance to families in need such as utility payments, childcare, etc.
Swift Kids is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of programs that generate proceeds to benefit children and their families in our own community. We partner with other nonprofit organizations devoted to child advocacy, in the firm belief that a concerted effort toward this end will benefit everyone.
Our concept and our mission are simple: to raise money through our clothing recycling program for selected well-established local nonprofit organizations that provide services for Arizona’s children in need.
The Purple Society
Collaborative Basic Research: Starting with high-grade gliomas, The Purple Society will support rigorous preclinical investigation of patients’ tumor specimens provided by the CHTN bank to teams of qualified scientists who will agree to work collaboratively and in parallel to share, confirm, and prioritize discoveries and to rigorously evaluate preclinical models for testing in pediatric clinical trials.
National Phase 1 and 2 clinical trials: The Purple Society will help to expedite development of parallel clinical trials measuring safety and efficacy of new treatments within the infrastructure of the NIH supported national cooperative group, Children’s Oncology Group.Access and accrual to trials: The Purple Society will promote awareness of, access to, and participation in clinical trials for patients through our website, personal advocacy, and social media.
Impact: The Purple Society will continuously evaluate this model of foundation support to develop and facilitate approved and funded clinical trials with a long range goal of adoption by other foundations for other cancers.
To award scholarships to students who Play BIG in their lives despite challenges thereby creating a ripple effect to inspire and educate people and community to Play BIG in their lives and support those facing challenges.
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