Finding Loved Ones in Haiti

Resources For locating Loved Ones in Haiti: I’m alive: CNN crews in Haiti relay messages from loved ones. See who has been found and reconnected with family. Post tributes to victims of the earthquake. Americans with family in Haiti should contact the U.S. State Department Operations Center at 1-888-407-4747. The Red Cross has established a […]

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Text YELE to 501501 only $5

Yéle Launches Haiti Earthquake Alliance Friday, January 15, 2010 at 10:05AM Yéle Haiti has pulled together a group of like minded organizations and first responders in order to help coordinate the delivery of emergency services and materials needed by victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Each or the organizations will undertake their own fundraising and on-the-ground […]

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Presidents Obama,Clinton,Bush Help Haitians

On January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake struck the nation of Haiti, causing catastrophic damage inside and around the capital city of Port-au-Prince. President Obama has promised the people of Haiti that “you will not be forsaken; you will not be forgotten.” The United States Government has mobilized resources and manpower to aid in the […]

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Great Oncologist at Englewood Hospital

Looking for a great oncologist?  One that is compassionate and sensitive you your personal situation. Then Dr. Michael Schleider and his staff are the best. Englewood Hospital 350 Englewood Street Englewood NJ 07631 COMPASSIONATE,CARING AND COMMITTED TO KEEPING YOU CANCER FREE AND ALIVE. GIVE THEM A TRY. CHECK THEM OUT. WHAT CAN IT HURT. LIFE […]

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Big Shout out to Professor John McPhee

Professor John McPhee is a great person. He is compassionate and caring and on this Sunday I the Cancer Fairy Godmother would like to give him a shout out. He is an exceptional person and fair. He will work with you and acknowledge your thoughts, goals and aspirations. St. Peter’s College and Marist College thanks […]

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Ask Crickett for Help

How Crickett’s Answer for Cancer Can Help   Are you, or do you know, a woman who has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is in need of one or more of the following? Wigs or Other Head Covers (many need several due to frequent cleanings) Salon service on wig(s) Learning ways to wear and care for […]

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14 Tips To Find Free Resources for Care at Home

1. Benefits CheckUp. Millions of older adults are eligible for federal and state benefits but are not receiving them, including assistance to pay Part B and Part D premiums for Medicare benefits. This is unfortunate because these programs can help with housing, meals, transportation, health care, prescription drug costs, legal services and utility bills, just […]

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National Scholarships for Cancer Survivors

Patient Advocate Foundation “Scholarships for Survivors” Program www.patientadvocate.org 1-800-532-5274 Eligibility requirements Scholarships are available to students who are survivors of a life-threatening, chronic, or debilitating disease. Recipients must pursue a course of study that renders them immediately employable after receiving a two-year degree, four-year degree or advanced studies degree. Financial award $5,000 per year until […]

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Scholarships for Cancer Survivors

American Cancer Society (39 states, including DC) Some divisions of the American Cancer Society offer college scholarships for pediatric cancer survivors. The Young Cancer Survivor Scholarships are restricted to students within the states served by the division, and details vary from division to division. Several hundred scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 are awarded each […]

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Some Affordable Healthcare Plans

In 2005, consumers spent $250 billion out-of-pocket on healthcare, a sum that could grow to $420 billion by 2015.  But there is no reason anyone should be paying out-of-pocket — what many don’t realize is that there ARE affordable options. You can continue paying out-of-pocket and break your bank OR sign up for an individual health […]

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Free Grant Money From The Government

The Cancer Fairy Godmother has provided a list of  websites to help you apply and qualify for free grant money from the government. Below are some of the site just click on the link. Federal Money Programs www.Grants.gov www.grants.gov/assets/GDG_AppUserGuide_0207.pdf www.sba.gov – Small Business Administration www.fsa.usda.gov – $200K to run a ranch or farm www.dla.cmil.db – […]

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Home Based Opportunities

Hi everyone Here are a few companies that seem as legitimate as possible as far as home-based work opportunities. They all generally require you to have a land line phone, land line computer with Internet (not wireless), quiet office space, and previous customer service experience. Here are a few leads to check into…. Alpine Access […]

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Rides to Treatment

Mary-Helen Mautner Project for Lesbians with Cancer Provides transportation to and from treatment, legal assistance, support groups, bereavement counseling, education and a smoking cessation program. 1707 L St. NW, Ste. 230 Washington, DC 20036 Web site: www.mautnerproject.org Telephone: 1-866-628-8637 or 202-332-5536 Fax: 202-332-0662

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A Book to Save your life

Here’s a club everyone wants to be a member of. It’s probably human nature to wonder if you have what it takes to survive in a crisis. This thought-provoking book not only profiles dozens and dozens of people who have done just that, it also gives you a way to grade yourself on your likely […]

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