Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund

Financial

Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund offers financial assistance for eligible cancer patients and survivors in an effort to help them manage the financial challenges of their diagnosis.

Get Active

Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund offers a variety of healthy, active living events and activities for Sheboygan area cancer patients and survivors through our “Survive, Thrive, & Be Fit” program.

Receive Support

Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund is a supportive community for cancer patients, survivors, and their friends and family and offers a supportive and encouraging environment from diagnosis through treatment, and recovery.

Fundraising

Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund hosts multiple events and fundraisers throughout the year  in an effort to raise financial support to assist cancer patients and survivors with treatment costs. 

Upcoming events

Upcoming Events

Survivorship Through the Lens People’s Choice Photo Contest - VOTE NOW!

Place your ballot for the 2020 ST&BF Survivorship Through the Lens People's Choice Photo Contest!

Download and print off the ballot (click on "PDF" below), view the photos at (click on "Sign Up" below), complete ballot (one ballot per person), and submit by July 31st!

All ballots will be eligible for prize drawings.

Winners will be announced at our next outing to the Christopher Farm & Gardens on Sunday, August 8th!

ST&BF “Active Survivors of Sheboygan” Activity Log

You choose the activity to participate in and the intensity that is best for your current level of fitness! Record your daily exercise and activity on the log and submit them to earn ST&BF Activity Points!

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Who Is Eligible For Cancer Care Assistance?

Sheboygan County residents who have been diagnosed with cancer or a disease of the blood and receive their primary oncology or hematology care in Sheboygan are eligible for Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund's cancer financial assistance services. Our organization's goal is to ease the burden of financial cost associated with cancer care, providing a Beacon of Hope for Sheboygan County cancer patients and survivors. 

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Be an Ameri-CAN and not an Ameri-CAN’T! – Part II

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Story of Survivorship: Barb Bogenschutz Shares Her Story Fillled with Challenging Circumstances and Cherished Experiences!

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Advice from My Dad: “Be an Ameri-CAN and not an Ameri-CAN’T!”

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