Dear Friends of HCF:
In organizational news, the Heartland Cancer Foundation is saying au revoir (but not goodbye) to its previous Executive Director, Amy Green, as she deservedly resigns her post in order to be able to spend more time with her family.
The Heartland Cancer Foundation is seeking to hire an Executive Director. The Foundation is a non-profit organization created with the belief that no cancer patient should fall behind on treatment because they struggle to afford their everyday expenses.
Our mission is to provide practical and immediate financial assistance to eligible cancer patients in our community so they can focus on what matters most: healing. This is Jim & Linda Ball's story.
We believe no cancer patient should fall behind on treatment because they struggle to afford their everyday expenses. This is Pasju's story.
Tell us about yourself:
I'm an automotive repair man and businessman. I had my own business up until 2018, when I came down with third stage rectal cancer, so I went through major surgery and then spent 9 months of 2019 in intensive chemotherapy and radiation. Since then I've had to retire and I've been in recovery. I've got three years clean from cancer. I just take one day at a time. I love camping, traveling, and my family life.
Get to know the President of the Heartland Cancer Foundation Impact Guild.
Darren lost his battle with a rare form of cancer in May of 2018. Thank you for helping him stay positive during his journey.
Kristen lost her battle in November of 2018. Thank you for helping her stay positive during this journey.
I am blessed to be living because I have plenty of my friends that are not. From my former student to a colleague and others, and that’s hard.
In the summer of 2018, Kassidy Gard started having seizures. On her 12th birthday in September, Kass had an appointment to figure out what was going on. This appointment revealed a large brain tumor.