Local Pediatric Cancer Support
The MaDee Project provides support to pediatric cancer patients and their families in the Staunton, Augusta County, and Waynesboro regions of Virginia. The Project also supports funding national research in hopes of preventing pediatric cancer from affecting any other children and ultimately, to find a cure for this disease. The MaDee Project provides financial support to pediatric cancer patients and their families in the Staunton, Augusta County, and Waynesboro regions of Virginia. Each month, The MaDee Project sends funds to families battling pediatric cancer. These funds are used for medical expenses and other costs associated with the treatment and care of the child. In order to be eligible for support, the family must have a child (0-22 years of age) diagnosed with pediatric cancer and live in the service area of Staunton, August County, or Waynesboro, Virginia.* The family will receive assistance until the child is no longer receiving treatment. There is no wait list at this time for support.
Do you know a family who needs our support?
The MaDee Project receives referrals from University of Virginia Children’s Hospital, local school systems, and friends and family members of those battling pediatric cancer. If your child has been diagnosed with cancer in the Virginia area or if you know of a family in need of support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funds Cancer Research
Together, we can prevent pediatric cancer from affecting any other children and find a cure for this disease.Major treatment advances in recent decades has caused an increase in survival rates, so we know the answer to a cure is more funding for cancer research. All types of childhood cancers combined receive 4% of the U.S. federal funding for cancer research.This is not enough, but we believe with your help, we can find a cure by supporting the following cancer research organizations: