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2024 Community Partner Grant – California

Tower Cancer Research Foundation





October 3, 2023




Award Floor:



Match Required?




Entity Types:

County governments, Nonprofits




Source Type:


Through Community Partner Grants, Tower Cancer Research Foundation (TCRF) is able to extend the reach of its patient support programs.
Donor Name: Tower Cancer Research Foundation
State: California
County: Selected Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Deadline: 10/03/2023
Size of the Grant: $2,500 – $50,000
Grant Duration: 1 year
The focus is on funding organizations that provide cancer support services to the Southern California community. In recognizing the inequities that exist within the field of care and research, they encourage organizations to apply that demonstrate equity in its practices and services and serve under resourced communities and individuals. They value innovative and novel approaches to meeting unmet or unidentified needs.
Funding Information
Grants typically range from $2,500 – $50,000 to eligible nonprofit organizations providing cancer support services to the Southern California community.
Grant Period
Grant awards cover a period of January 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024.
Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must be from a 501 (c)(3) organization providing cancer related services in the following priority areas:

financial assistance – organizations providing direct financial assistance to cancer patients and survivors to support basic needs such as food and nutrition, gas, rent, and hospital stays
patient advocacy and navigation – organizations working to support patients and caregivers in navigating the health system
cancer advocacy – organizations actively advocating for systemic change and raising public awareness
survivorship programming – organizations working with under resourced populations to provide survivorship programming to improve health outcomes for cancer patients and survivors
capacity building – one-time grants to build organization capacity, such as website security, equity trainings, leadership development

Applicants must be Southern California based and providing cancer support services to the Southern California community.
Applicants must submit all requested attachments in addition to the application.
Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in their organizational practices.

For more information, visit TCRF.

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