Kosciusko County Cancer Care Fund
Financially Assists Residents who are in Treatment for Cancer
The Kosciusko County Cancer Care Fund financially assists Kosciusko County residents who are in treatment for cancer with household expenses, medicine, medical equipment, transportation and food costs that they would otherwise not be able to afford due to the financial effects of cancer on their household. The Cancer Care Fund is administered through the K21 Health Foundation.
Cancer Care Fund Donations
For more information on how to donate to the Cancer Care Fund visit the K21 Foundation.
Cancer Care Fundraising Information
For information on fundraising events visit the Cancer Care Fund of Kosciusko County website.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I apply?
To access assistance through The Help Center, call (574) 372-3500 for an appointment. The receptionist can schedule a time to meet with the Social Worker. You may also stop by the Health Services Pavilion to schedule an appointment. You will be asked to complete an application. You may also print and complete the application ahead of time. Download the application from application tab above.
What do you assist with?
The Good Samaritan Funds may assist directly with the cost of being seen by a physician, medical testing, medical equipment or travel to medical appointments. Our goal is for you to have access to medical care.
The Good Samaritan Fund cannot assist with large hospital bills, medical bills in collections. The goal of the fund is preventative in nature.
The Cancer Care Fund can assist with household expenses while a cancer patient is in treatment. Examples include: rent or mortgage, utilities, car payment, insurance, travel expenses, food gift certificates and gas cards.
Who is eligible for assistance?
Those who live in Kosciusko County needing medical care that cannot afford the cost may be eligible. The funds do not operate by an income scale, but do consider if the applicant has the ability to afford it themselves.