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Advocacy, Education, Research

I’m Not Done Yet Foundation

by Lisa Orr March 16, 2023

I’m Not Done Yet funds programs and services that support AYA’s with cancer and provides resources to help navigate the challenges of cancer treatment and survivorship. Their mission is to empower cancer patients to live their lives as fully as possible and to support them along the way.


National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS)

by Elephants & Tea December 6, 2021

NCCS’ mission is to advocate for quality cancer care for all people touched by cancer. Join the NCCS’ Cancer Policy & Advocacy Team. It’s for advocates to learn about pressing policy issues that affect quality cancer care. The program provides tools and training to support your legislative advocacy.


Rare Patient Voice

by Elephants & Tea October 13, 2020

Are you a patient or caregiver with something to say? Make your voice heard by participating in paid surveys, interviews and online communities! Start talking to the right people. It’s free! We accept rare and non-rare diagnoses! In celebration of our 10th Anniversary our studies now pay at a rate of $120 an hour! Sign up today!


Well Beings Studio

by Elephants & Tea July 28, 2020

Well Beings Studio enhances the emotional well-being of families impacted by cancer through arts-based resources and workshops.  Check out our Arts and Emotional-Well Being Events and Activities for children, teens and families during COVID-19: . For families, find our downloadable resources at:


Dean Paras Foundation

by Elephants & Tea September 24, 2019

The Dean Paras Foundation, Inc. is a philanthropic foundation, founded to honor the memory of Constantine A (Dean) Paras, a Graduate BioMedical Engineering student, Researcher and Teaching Assistant at Vanderbilt University. Our dual purposes are to fund neuroendocrine cancer research as well as fund a graduate fellowship in biomedical engineering at Vanderbilt University.


Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education

by Elephants & Tea August 2, 2019

The Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE) provides expert-mediated information on current and emerging cancer management options in order to empower patients, caregivers, and health professionals to become direct partners in cancer care.


The Ruth Cheatham Foundation

by Elephants & Tea June 7, 2019

The Ruth Cheatham Foundation (TRCF) provides college scholarships and educational support to teens and young adults impacted by cancer, bridging the educational opportunity gap, and leading to a higher quality of life in survivorship.


ASCP Patient Champions

by Elephants & Tea May 7, 2019

The ASCP Patient Champions program empowers patients, caregivers and advocates through education and awareness about diagnostics, lab tests, and follow-up care through the real-life stories of patients, our Patient Champions.


Teen Cancer America

by Elephants & Tea April 3, 2019

Teen Cancer America provides individualized and free consultations to all types of health systems interested in AYA program development. Our strategy work will help to develop an interdisciplinary team, identify key stakeholders and opportunities, and create a structured plan for an evidence-based, sustainable and comprehensive AYA program.


Steven G. Cancer Foundation

by Nick Giallourakis November 8, 2018

The Steven G. Cancer Foundation’s mission is to build community and support for the AYA cancer community through wellness, storytelling, education, and research.