Do you or someone you know need emergency financial assistance? The cost of medical treatment is among the many concerns you may have if your child, a friend, or family member is diagnosed with cancer. Because bills and debt can add up quickly, people may want to seek financial help soon after being diagnosed with cancer.

Some of the people who can help or provide referrals to services that can help include oncology social workers, case managers, and your doctor or oncology nurse. Although coping with daily financial responsibilities can sometimes seem overwhelming, it is important not to let bills pile up and go unpaid.

The good news, is that we are here to help. The Brooke Mulford Foundation considers these requests at our monthly meetings. Please note the following criteria:

  • Applications with missing information will not be considered.
  • Emergency funding is only available to families who are residents of the Delmarva Peninsula who have a child under the age of 18 currently dealing with a childhood cancer.
  • No decision is based upon race, creed, religion or national origin.
  • The amounts allotted are at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
  • All decisions are final.

Use the button below to contact us and apply now. Please include a statement from your Doctor regarding the status of the patient’s condition.


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About the Foundation
About the Foundation
We are a registered 501C that helps raise awareness and money to fight and fund research for pediatric cancer and help families on the Delmarva Peninsula
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About Brooke
Brooke has always been such a happy and a tender-hearted little girl, full of energy and a love for life.
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