Current Grantees

Susan G. Komen® Southwest Florida is the local source for funding breast cancer detection, support and educational awareness in Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Glades and Hendry Counties. Komen Southwest Florida  has investing more than $7.1 million in education, diagnosis, treatment and support programs that serve the uninsured or underinsured of  the above 5 counties’ residents. To learn more about how these programs and services are selected for funding by Komen Southwest Florida click here.

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Cancer Alliance of Naples
cancerallianceofnaples.com
(239) 643 4673

Cancer Alliance of Naples became a Komen Southwest Florida Grantee in XXXX. CAN’s mission is to make the lives of individuals who are touched by cancer easier by covering non-medical bills to free up finances for medical treatment. CAN pays rent, utilities, car payments and repair, food gift cards, as well as gas to get to treatment.

Family Health Centers
www.fhcswf.org

Jessie Trice Breast Cancer Prevention Project provides education, risk assessment, screening mammograms and diagnostic services aimed at early detection of breast cancer in uninsured/underinsured, low-income women from African-American and Hispanic communities.

Friendship Centers
www.friendshipcenters.org
(239) 275 1881

The “Cancer Doesn’t Wait” program provides uninsured/underinsured low-income women ages 50-64 with clinical breast exams, screening and diagnostic mammograms and follow-ups as well as resources and education.

Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida
www.healthcareswfl.org
(239) 658 3000

The grant funds breast health education, mammograms, and diagnostic procedures for uninsured/underinsured, low-income women for whom no other funding is available.

Lee Memorial Health System’s Regional Cancer Center
www.leememorial.org
(239) 343 9546

The Breast CARE Program will provide uninsured/underinsured, low-income individuals diagnosed with breast cancer access to diagnostics and treatment (chemotherapy, radiation and surgery), genetic testing, breast health education and breast health navigation

Lymphedema Resources
www.lymphedemaresources.org

The grant provides lymphedema therapy and compression garments as well as lymphedema education and awareness. Lymphedema Resources is an 11 time grant recipient!

NCH Healthcare System
www.nchmd.org
(239) 624 4988

The NCH Breast Health Program will provide uninsured/underinsured, low-income individuals with clinical breast exams, mammograms, diagnostics (radiology services), treatment, breast health education and breast health navigation.

Neighborhood Health Clinic
www.neighborhoodhealthclinic.org
(239) 261 6600

The clinic provides healthcare for working, low-income, uninsured adults needing clinical breast exams, screening, mammograms, diagnostic testing, staging procedures, and follow-up care.

Partners for Breast Cancer Care
www.pfbcc.org
(239) 454 8583

The organization provides funding for improved early detection through no-cost mammograms, diagnostic testing, case management and education.

Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic
www.volunteercare.org
(941) 766 9570

The Breast Health Partnership program provides diagnostic mammograms as well as other diagnostic services to financially eligible Charlotte County residents. Community outreach and breast cancer support groups are provided by the breast health navigators.

Susan G. Komen Research Grant Program

The Komen Grant Program funds ground breaking, international breast cancer research, meritorious awards and educational and scientific conferences around the world.