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.
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.
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.
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.
“The Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund is a great organization. The many activities and financial assistance offered to individuals and families is a huge help and provides the needed support in order to maintain a positive outlook. When you have cancer, you learn to ask for help. The SCCCF is there for us.”
“SCCCF travels the day-to-day journey with patients, hand in hand provide support on many levels, whenever and wherever needed. I am delighted to help support an organization that does this much good for so many people so close to home!”
“Not only does the SCCCF provide financial support, they also offer ways to connect with others who know what you’re going through either as a survivor or someone caring for a cancer patient. We are lucky to have that type of support here in our area!”
“The SCCCF provides many activities that are fun, educational and, most importantly, provide the opportunity to meet and make friends with other cancer survivors. In addition to the friendship and laughter the SCCCF programs have also helped me with finding my new normal.”
I appeal to your CENT-cere CENTS of generosity and request your com-PENNY in providing e-CENT-ial funding to SCCCF through which we can continue to ac-CENT-uate the lives of many magnifi-CENT cancer patients and survivors within our CENT-sational community!
What is a Cumulative Walk/Run? No need to walk/run the entire distance at one time! Complete shorter segments as you work to complete either a Half Marathon (13.1 mi) or Marathon (26.2 mi) distance!
What is a Cumulative Bike Ride? Total your rides to complete one or more century(s) (100 miles) and/or metric century(s) (100 kilometers)!
On-going sessions for Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall!
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.
The "QiGang" is a group of area cancer patients/survivors and co-survivors who have recently developed an interest in Qigong and are exploring the practice together!
Join us in-person or virtually to practice!
Note from Tim: I made this simple rubber band bracelet with my Granddaughter in about ten minutes (if I can do it, anyone can)... Or feel free to make your own, possibly more intricate, pattern!
We marked the 13-year anniversary of ST&BF throughout the month of February with four special Gentle Yoga for Cancer Survivors sessions with four special yoga instructors and they are available for you to practice anytime!