Scholarship Resources

College Scholarships

Cancer for College is a competitive scholarship and unfortunately with over a thousand applicants every year, we are unable to offer a scholarship to every applicant. That said, there are other resources at your disposal if we are unable to help you or if you need additional help beyond what cancer for college can provide. A great resource is College Scholarships.

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Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels

Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels sends care packs with an adaptive apparel shirt called a Comfycozy’s to kids with a port to help make port access easier!

Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels is a nonprofit, support and educational organization designated by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible, tax-exempt organization, founded in 2012 in celebration of Amanda Hope’s life.

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Bovard Scholars

USC established Bovard Scholars to empower outstanding high school students with financial need to dream big. We help you reach higher. We prepare you for success in college — including gaining admission and scholarships to the best schools that are the ideal fit for you — and in your career. That includes thorough exploration of the wide range of options for your future.

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The Best Schools

An incredible online resource to help you identify the best college fit for you no matter what degree you want to pursue. Start your quest for personal happiness and career success. Find your school today.

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Doran & Murphy Scholarship

Cancer is a disease that can have a devastating impact on an individual’s life as well as their friends and family. This is why the attorneys at Doran & Murphy are excited to offer the Canceling Cancer Scholarship. For more information please visit

Thrive Through Cancer

Thrive Through Cancer aims to bring young adults together, provide them with age-appropriate resources and give them a place to share their story. Thrive Through Cancer also has a comprehensive resources page with several resources for the Seattle and Pacific Northwest area.

Stupid Cancer

Stupid Cancer scoured the web to put together this list of resources whose collective missions are to reduce the financial burden that a diagnosis of cancer can bring.

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Navigating Cancer

Provides resources to cancer patients and health care providers, to help improve the quality and efficiency of cancer treatment

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Cancer Horizons College Scholarship

Cancer Horizons strives to empower cancer patients by helping them realize their dream of a college education by providing financial assistance. Cancer Horizons College Scholarship offers a $1,000 scholarship and is intended to support one hard working, high achieving college student who lives with cancer.

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Cancer Lifeline

Provides emotional support, resources, educational classes and exercise programs designed to support people in all stages of the cancer process.

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Cancer Support Community

The Cancer Support Community is an international non-profit dedicated to providing support, education and hope to people affected by cancer. To ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.

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Cuck Fancer

Cuck Fancer. is an organization dedicated to raising awareness for young adult cancer by helping survivors get their feet back on the ground. At Cuck Fancer. we believe young adult survivors need a certain type of support. It’s our intention to do whatever it takes to help get these unique individuals back to their lives.

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American Childhood Cancer Organization

ACCO is one of the largest grassroots, national organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with cancer and their families.

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vs. Cancer Foundation

The Vs. Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving kids’ lives by empowering athletes and communities to fund lifesaving childhood cancer efforts.

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Gilda’s Club Seattle

Gilda’s Club Seattle offers a broad, community-based program of social, emotional, and educational support for cancer survivors, their loved ones and friends that provides sustained support, education and resources on-site in the Seattle Clubhouse and off-site with collaborating partners.

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The Good Times Project

T​he Goodtimes Project exists to offer Western Washington and Alaska families affected by childhood cancer a cost-free week of summer camp.

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Candelighters Foundation

Since 1977 we have been dedicated to providing direct support to families. Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation uses all proceeds raised to provide programs and educational materials, funeral assistance funds, Care Bags and family fun events.

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Miracles for Kids Foundation

Miracles for Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit serving children with life-threatening illnesses and the families that care for them. By operating programs that provide financial aid, basic needs, and wellness to patients and their families, Miracles for Kids creates stability when families are crumbling from the financial and emotional devastation of fighting for their child’s life.

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University of Notre Dame
Survivor/Desmoid Tumors

of Cancer Survivors Lose their Life Savings
Young people aged 15-19 will be diagnosed with cancer this year.

Help Make A Difference

Donate to the Cause.

Sure, we love great big donations.
But we love small, thoughtful ones, too.
Every dollar puts deserving cancer survivors closer to realizing their dreams.

Apply for a Scholarship.

A fast and easy process.
Because you’ve been through enough challenges. Share your story, make your case and we’ll do our best to help.

Volunteer Your Time.

It takes more than money.
So we’re always looking for enthusiastic, caring volunteers to help out with events, planning and behind the scenes work.