Give to the Sarcoma Fund
Your contribution to the Froedtert Hospital Foundation’s Sarcoma Fund can help to support important work in patient care, research and education that otherwise might not be possible. Here’s how:
Seed Funding: Most major medical advancements evolve from research. Charitable contributions are an important source of “seed” support for patient-centered research in its earliest stages. Seed funding allows researchers to get the baseline data necessary to compete for National Institutes of Health and other funding.
Database Development: Large data collections allow researchers to track trends over time and gauge treatment effectiveness.
Patient Education: Helping patients deal with their diagnosis, the side effects of treatment and quality-of-life issues after treatment is a top priority. The annual Sarcoma Patient Education Day, featuring speakers and other activities for patients and families, is supported by philanthropy.
Support Groups: Research has shown that people with cancer and their caregivers are better able to deal with their disease when supported by others in similar situations.
To make a gift, click here and specify “sarcoma” in the designation box. For more information, call the Froedtert Hospital Foundation at 414-805-2699.