We seek to provide a sense of security from financial hardship and enhance the quality of life for breast cancer patients in treatment.
In the effort to beat breast cancer, people and organizations raise funds for research, participate in support groups, and fund treatment for needy patients. Only patients and their families worry about other basic needs such as housing, food, utilities or transportation.
Sense of Security has provided nearly $1.6 million toward housing, utilities, groceries, transportation, COBRA or insurance premiums and other basic living expenses of breast cancer patients in treatment. And we have assisted more than 1,100 Coloradans living with breast cancer in 48 counties statewide - and counting!
75% of the assistance we have provided has been for housing assistance and groceries. These basic needs have been the top requests from breast cancer patients throughout Sense of Security's existence.
We are proud that so much of our funding goes to ensure that breast cancer patients can stay in their homes and have enough good food to nourish them during their debilitating treatment.
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