Food, Lights, Gas, Heat... You always think there will be just enough money. But with cancer, sometimes the most human of needs cannot be met. – A.R.
Thank God for the HELP$ Program and the Northwest Sarcoma Foundation. They have helped us out when we needed it most, no questions asked. It is hard to ask but if you need it, it is there!!!! – A.R.
I thank you so much for helping me and my family in the middle of the most incredible thing we've ever had to go through in our entire lives. Scott, my husband, had chondrosarcoma. He did not survive. He died August 28, 2011. He was 43 years old with two children, 7 and 10 years old. He battled this cancer for three years. It was a tough one as chondrosarcomas don't respond to chemo or radiation. We just don't know enough about this one. It unfortunately became extremely aggressive and Georgetown University Hospital could not keep up with it. – S.D.
With your assistance and support, and by the grace of God, I have been cancer free for over two years now. What started out as a death sentence turned into a new lease on life for myself, and having you folks to call upon meant the world to me during that difficult time. Organizations like yourself and the American Cancer Association were indeed contributing factors in helping me to Keep Hope Alive!" – T.D.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the assistance with my travel expenses from Puyallup to Portland on Amtrak trains. You have made this experience much less stressful. Thank you for caring and support. – K.M.
Thank you so much for the kindness, consideration, and assistance from the NW Sarcoma Foundation. The aid really helps with all the cancer bills. I appreciate the aid but most of all you taking the time to think of and reach out to me during this most difficult time in my life. – J.K.