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Organizations We Support

 Rock the Treatment believes cancer patients and their families need a wide range of support. That’s why we give a portion of the proceeds of each basket sold to various cancer organizations who we believe are working hard to meet the needs of the cancer community and make a difference.

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Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. – Birmingham, AL

Every year, approximately 40k veterans receive a cancer diagnosis in the United States. Unfortunately, the annual number of cancer cases among veterans is increasing fast. The primary mission of The Environmental Law Group is to help veterans whose health was affected by toxic exposure that occurred in the military recover the financial compensation they deserve for their physical and emotional distress. They are dedicated to doing everything they can to help to people who are struggling with cancer by encouraging everyone, regardless of their background, to get involved in their kindness program. The mission of their Kindness Campaign is to enhance the quality of life of cancer patients by sending them gift baskets that can help with their discomfort and bring a smile to their faces. 

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Ride Janie Ride Foundation – Chicago, IL

For over a decade, the Ride Janie Ride Foundation has been bringing the community together for one common goal; to pay it forward. What started as a way to alleviate the financial burden of cancer treatments for our dear friend Janie Bawel, grew into an experience much larger than any of us could have imagined. The annual event takes place on the first Sunday in May when thousands of participants come together to raise funds for nominated recipients.

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Hair loss is a life changing experience. At Hair We Share, our goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of those suffering hair loss due to medical conditions. Hair We Share relies solely on donations, in the form of real-hair ponytails and monetary contributions. With these donations we provide quality hair solutions at no cost to many men, women and children throughout the USA. Hair We Share is committed to changing lives.

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Sunrise Day Camp- is the world’s first full-summer day camp for children with cancer and their siblings, provided completely free of charge. The fun, friendship and smiles continue year round through various camp-like programs and in-hospital services.

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The Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition (BBCC) was founded in 1993 when three friends, Debbie Basile, Betti Ann Innes and Pat Smith of Babylon, Suffolk County, New York; two of them diagnosed with breast cancer, found they could no longer ignore the statistics. Determined to fight the disease by raising awareness and educating women about breast cancer, the BBCC, with its staff of dedicated volunteers, undertook the task of completing a demographic survey to ascertain the incidence of breast cancer in Babylon.

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Cure Mommy’s Breast Cancer is a non-profit charitable organization, formed in 2000 shortly after our founder; Carmela Short was diagnosed with the disease. Our sole purpose is to provide financial assistance, moral support, and educational information to any man, woman or child in need of assistance while suffering the burdens of this disease as well as other forms of cancer. Since the forming of Cure Mommy’s Breast Cancer, we have raised over $500,000. Since we are strictly run by volunteers, approximately 98¢ of every dollar we raise directly helps someone in need. Some examples of how we have helped:

  • Paid Medical Insurance Premiums
  • Paid rent & utility bills of a patient unable to work during her treatment
  • Paid for a special bed for patient with cancer of the spine
  • Paid for home cleaning services for a cancer patient
  • Paid for transportation costs to special school for sick child