In 2020, the Heroes Foundation supported cancer patients by funding programs that help them claim their life back.
$25,000 to the CompleteLife Program at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center
$15,000 for the Oncology Patient Assistance Fund at Community Health
$2,570 to support healthcare heroes during the pandemic with Pay It Forward Friday (#PIFF) lunches
In 2019, our grants leveraged over $82,000 to help cancer patients fund food, medicine and gasoline. Watch to see why SUPPORT is so important to our mission.
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We set in motion innovative RESEARCH. In 2018, the Catherine Peachey Fund, a Heroes Foundation family member, awarded $250,000 to support the work of Dr. Hari Nakshatri.
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In 2021, the Heroes Foundation provided funding to these support programs in Central Indiana:
$30,000 total to the CompleteLife Program at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, which offers support groups, alternative therapies and activities to stimulate the mind, body and spirit. CompleteLife gifts included the following:
$15,000 to help cancer patients cover basic expenses through the Oncology Patient Assistance Fund at Community Health.
$10,000 gift to Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at Ascension St. Vincent to complete a five-year $50,000 commitment for its pediatric oncology room
In 2021, the Heroes Foundation funded research nearly $140,000 to support cancer research. The results of these groundbreaking projects could impact cancer treatment and prevention, not just in the state of Indiana – but worldwide.
$99,000 to breast cancer research
$20,000 to pediatric cancer research through Team JOEY
$20,000 to jumpstart promising research through the SJP Heroes Cancer Research Fund