Housing and Travel Assistance
Through this collaboration, the Airbnb community will provide free housing for cancer patients and caregivers, provided they meet certain geographic and income criteria.
A nonprofit public service organization supporting the work of volunteer-based charitable organizations whose members fly to help others.
A charitable organization that provides access for people in need who are seeking free air transportation to specialized health care facilities or distant destinations due to family, community, or national crisis.
Rochester, Minnesota provides a home away from home for clinic visitors and their families seeking medical care with the support they need.
The only charitable organization in the United States whose sole mission is to help cancer patients access the best possible treatment for their specific type of cancer by arranging free travel to treatment across the country using empty seats on corporate jets.
A housing resource for cancer patients and their families who must travel away from home for medical treatment.
Their mission is to provide people in medical and financial distress with access to free air transportation on small (4-6 seat), private aircraft for distant health care and other compelling human needs.
Provider of information about all forms of charitable, long-distance medically-related transportation and provides referrals to all appropriate sources of help available in the national charitable medical transportation network.
The American Cancer Society, in a cooperative effort with hotels across the country, provides overnight accommodations to cancer patients who must travel for outpatient treatment and need assistance with lodging.
Free air transportation based on need using a network of volunteer
These programs provide assistance for treatment-related transportation and lodging expenses. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant.
This program provides assistance for treatment-related transportation and lodging expenses for patients who are being evaluated to receive CAR T-cell therapy as either standard treatment or a clinical trial. Eligible patients receive a $2,500 grant.