A national 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity that provides direct services to patients with chronic, life threatening and debilitating diseases to help access care and treatment recommended by their doctor.
Add meaning to your birthday, an event, anniversary (cancer free, wedding, etc.) or an adventure and make a bigger difference in a family's life.Create your own fundraising event and help us give hope to patients with life-threatening diseases who, because of the complexity and cost of their treatments, need help traveling to care, paying for food and housing, keeping the lights on, identifying coverage options or overcoming insurance denials to get to the care they need. Ways to Support Patient Advocate Foundation Do you have an idea to raise money to support patients and help us give hope to patients…
All of our services are provided at no cost to the patient. By donating, you will make a big difference in the lives of patients and caregivers impacted by chronic, life-threatening, or debilitating illness. Please consider contributing to PAF via a tax-deductible donation and help us continue to help Americans get access to healthcare that they need.Listen to the Ema family as they describe their experience with PAF. Ways to Support Patient Advocate Foundation Honor the memory of a loved one or honor a family member, colleague, or friend by making a donation to PAF in his or her name.…
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