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Lymphoma Foundation of America provides small grants to nonprofit organizations who help cancer patients and who educate the public about the environmental causes of cancer. These are some of the organizations we have made grants to in the last two years.


Breast Cancer Action, San Francisco, California. Educational grant to support their work in reducing women's exposure to toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer.


Gilda's Club of Kansas City, Kansas. Educational grant to support their children and family programs including Noogieland, a playroom for children with cancer.

Lymphoma Family Support Group, Kansas City, Kansas. Grant to the University of Kansas Cancer Center to help with its lymphoma support activities.

Cancer Legal Line, St. Paul, Minnesota. Educational grant to support its program to help cancer patients resolve financial problems associated with high medical bills, insurance companies, and employment discrimination.


Women's Voices for the Earth, Missoula, Montana. Educational grant to help increase public awareness about the health consequences of harmful cancer-causing chemicals found in products commonly used by women.


Center for Food Safety, Portland, Oregon. Educational grant to assist their efforts to increase public awareness about the negative health effects of pesticides in our food supply.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Kensington, Maryland. Educational grant to help assist ACCO’s advocacy for children with cancer and provide support services during and after treatment.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Inland Northwest, Spokane, Washington. Educational grant to help support their services to families with children who are struggling to overcome cancer.


University of Maryland Cancer Center, Baltimore, Maryland. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.


Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.

Montana Cancer Consortium, Billings, Montana. Educational grant to support their work to publicize cancer clinical trials in the northwest.


Hawaii Center for Food Safety, Honolulu, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy and education program on the health consequences of cancer-causing pesticides in food.


Vermonters Taking Action Against Cancer, Williston, Vermont. Educational grant to support their efforts to help people reduce the risk of getting cancer.

Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides , Eugene, Oregon. Educational grant to help them reduce pesticide use in Oregon by encouraging people to consider environmentally safe alternatives.


Hawaii SEED, Koloa, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy program to protect children from pesticide exposures at home and at school.

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Working Together

Lymphoma Foundation of America provides small grants to nonprofit organizations who help cancer patients and who educate the public about the environmental causes of cancer. These are some of the organizations we have made grants to in the last two years.


Breast Cancer Action, San Francisco, California. Educational grant to support their work in reducing women's exposure to toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer.


Gilda's Club of Kansas City, Kansas. Educational grant to support their children and family programs including Noogieland, a playroom for children with cancer.

Lymphoma Family Support Group, Kansas City, Kansas. Grant to the University of Kansas Cancer Center to help with its lymphoma support activities.

Cancer Legal Line, St. Paul, Minnesota. Educational grant to support its program to help cancer patients resolve financial problems associated with high medical bills, insurance companies, and employment discrimination.


Women's Voices for the Earth, Missoula, Montana. Educational grant to help increase public awareness about the health consequences of harmful cancer-causing chemicals found in products commonly used by women.


Center for Food Safety, Portland, Oregon. Educational grant to assist their efforts to increase public awareness about the negative health effects of pesticides in our food supply.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Kensington, Maryland. Educational grant to help assist ACCO’s advocacy for children with cancer and provide support services during and after treatment.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Inland Northwest, Spokane, Washington. Educational grant to help support their services to families with children who are struggling to overcome cancer.


University of Maryland Cancer Center, Baltimore, Maryland. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.


Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.

Montana Cancer Consortium, Billings, Montana. Educational grant to support their work to publicize cancer clinical trials in the northwest.


Hawaii Center for Food Safety, Honolulu, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy and education program on the health consequences of cancer-causing pesticides in food.


Vermonters Taking Action Against Cancer, Williston, Vermont. Educational grant to support their efforts to help people reduce the risk of getting cancer.

Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides , Eugene, Oregon. Educational grant to help them reduce pesticide use in Oregon by encouraging people to consider environmentally safe alternatives.


Hawaii SEED, Koloa, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy program to protect children from pesticide exposures at home and at school.

CONTACT US

©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.
help and support for lymphoma patients and familyHelp for you and
your family
Research for
the cure
Surviving Lymphoma Who we
are
You can help

Working Together

Lymphoma Foundation of America provides small grants to nonprofit organizations who help cancer patients and who educate the public about the environmental causes of cancer. These are some of the organizations we have made grants to in the last two years.

Breast Cancer Action, San Francisco, California. Educational grant to support their work in reducing women's exposure to toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer.

Gilda's Club of Kansas City, Kansas. Educational grant to support their children and family programs including Noogieland, a playroom for children with cancer.

Lymphoma Family Support Group, Kansas City, Kansas. Grant to the University of Kansas Cancer Center to help with its lymphoma support activities.

Cancer Legal Line, St. Paul, Minnesota. Educational grant to support its program to help cancer patients resolve financial problems associated with high medical bills, insurance companies, and employment discrimination.

Women's Voices for the Earth, Missoula, Montana. Educational grant to help increase public awareness about the health consequences of harmful cancer-causing chemicals found in products commonly used by women.

Center for Food Safety, Portland, Oregon. Educational grant to assist their efforts to increase public awareness about the negative health effects of pesticides in our food supply.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Kensington, Maryland. Educational grant to help assist ACCO’s advocacy for children with cancer and provide support services during and after treatment.

American Childhood Cancer Organization, Inland Northwest, Spokane, Washington. Educational grant to help support their services to families with children who are struggling to overcome cancer.

University of Maryland Cancer Center, Baltimore, Maryland. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts. Educational grant to help support its lymphoma support group.

Montana Cancer Consortium, Billings, Montana. Educational grant to support their work to publicize cancer clinical trials in the northwest.

Hawaii Center for Food Safety, Honolulu, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy and education program on the health consequences of cancer-causing pesticides in food.

Vermonters Taking Action Against Cancer, Williston, Vermont. Educational grant to support their efforts to help people reduce the risk of getting cancer.

Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides , Eugene, Oregon. Educational grant to help them reduce pesticide use in Oregon by encouraging people to consider environmentally safe alternatives.

Hawaii SEED, Koloa, Hawaii. Educational grant to support their health advocacy program to protect children from pesticide exposures at home and at school.