The FCS Foundation strives to relieve qualified patients of financial stress so they can focus on what really matters, fighting cancer. The Foundation provides non-medical financial help with day-to-day living expenses:
The types of bills that can be paid include:
* The Foundation does not pay patient medical bills, co-payments, or credit card bills of any kind, and does not provide direct patient cash grants.
The maximum amount of grant per applicant is $2,000 per calendar year while actively receiving cancer treatment or within 90 days of final treatment.
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The maximum amount of grant per applicant is $2,000 per calendar year for non-medical living expenses incurred while actively receiving cancer treatment or within 90 days of final treatment. If you are still actively undergoing or within 90 days of final treatment, you may reapply at the beginning of the calendar year. Please check out our website’s Resources page for other types of assistance.
If you forgot your password, you could retrieve your password and have a reset sent to your email.
Please upload any requested documentation to your application’s profile. A placeholder will be opened for each type of documentation you need to submit, click on the browse and upload a pdf or word doc, pdf or screen shot from your device or computer to your application. You may also fax the documents to our office at 813-623-4703, or email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may apply anytime. Please note that if there is no activity in your profile for 45 days, your application will be closed. You may call us to reopen a closed application as appropriate. If you have any questions please call our office at 941-677-7183 or email us at email@example.com.
Log into your application and look for status levels of new, incomplete, accepted, paid or complete.
Log into your application and look under the payment section to see when payments were made for each of your bills.
Log into your application and look for grant award of $2,000 minus amount of payments made with balance remaining. You should see something like this $2,000 – $774.11 = $1,225.89