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New Jersey Funding Sources

Adam Taliaferro Foundation

Provides emotional, financial and educational support to individuals who suffer catastrophic head or spinal injuries.

Angel Flight East

Provide free air transportation to qualified patients and their families by arranging flights to distant medical facilities, delivering supplies to disaster areas, and reuniting families during desperate times. Provides transportation in the Northeastern region of the United States for distances up to 1,000 miles. The minimum distance AFE travels is 100 miles.

Ashley Lauren Foundation

Mission is to provide hope and help to children in NJ with cancer through financial, material, and emotional support. Its programs include Birthday Brigade, Making Dreams Come True, and hospital parties, among others.

Bringing Hope Home

Pay household bills to ensure our families are able to stay in their homes, with a roof over their heads, utilities on, phones working, and food on the table while they are dealing with cancer. Families must be living in Northern NJ, being treated at Hackensack Medical Center.

Casey Cares Foundation

Provides uplifting programs with a special touch for critically ill children and their families in eight states and D.C. Helps children being treated for cancer, brain tumors, blood disorders, lymphoma , sarcoma, and cystic fibrosis.

Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund

Financial assistance program for New Jersey Families whose children have an illness or condition otherwise uncovered by insurance, State or Federal programs, or other source, such as fundraising.

Embrace Kids Foundation

Embrace Kids Foundation exists to lighten the burden and improve the quality of life for children with cancer, sickle cell and other serious disorders in the New Jersey/New York City metropolitan area.

Friends of Karen

Friends of Karen serves families with a child from birth to 21 years of age who is diagnosed with cancer or any life-threatening illness, who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, and who lives in the New York metropolitan area, including Northern New Jersey counties: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union.

Happiness is Camping

A free camp for children with cancer and their siblings, ages 6-16 located in Hardwick, New Jersey.

Helpful Hands Special Needs Fund

The Northeast Regional Early Intervention Collaborative provides assistance to families of infants and toddlers with disabilities under age 3 impacted by the high costs of supports/services not covered through Part C, medical insurance, MEDICAID and/or other private or public funding sources.The Carolyn Scaglione Special Needs Fund assists families in Bergen, Hudson or Passaic Counties.

Jason's Dreams for Kids

Jason's Dreams for Kids is devoted to granting wishes to children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses in New Jersey only.

Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund

The Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund helps families caring for children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and injuries. We provide financial assistance for needs not covered by insurance, respite programs, and non-cash items to families in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware; we advocate for and provide education and information to families nationwide.

Marty Lyons Foundation

The Marty Lyons Foundation, Inc. (MLF) is a not for profit organization providing “special wishes” for children with life-threatening or terminal illnesses. Applications will be accepted only for children chronologically aged three (3) through seventeen (17) years. Children must also reside or receiving medical treatment within the Foundation’s designated geographic locations: Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.

Michael's Feat

Working with liaisons at Monmouth Medical Center, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, CentraState Medical Center, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Michael’s Feat connects families caring for ill infants with with the services or items they need in their time of duress.

The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund

The target population is children and young adults, ages 0-22 years old, currently undergoing treatment or up to 6 months following treatment.The child must be a permanent resident of one of the following:Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic, or Union County.

Tomorrows Children's Fund

Believes the last thing a family should worry about when a child is diagnosed with cancer or a serious blood disorder is money.

Traumatic Brain Injury Fund

Provides New Jersey residents of any age, who have survived a traumatic brain injury, the opportunity to access the brain injury related services and supports they need to live in the community.

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