Free Stuff for Cancer Patients 2022

Free Stuff for Cancer Patients 2022
This page was originally published January 4, 2022 and updated September 19, 2022.

Happy New Year! We hope that 2022 brings you all peace, love, and happiness. If you or someone you know is currently going through cancer treatment right now, we want to let you know that there are some great resources out there to help make life a little bit easier. This blog post will provide an overview of some of the free stuff available for cancer patients, as well as links for even more programs. We hope that this information will be helpful to you! For more free programs, visit our national directory here. We wish you all the best in 2022.

Free Hats for Chemo Patients

Yes, hats are a great way to look stylish and put-together. But for cancer patients, hats do much more than that. They provide needed warmth, comfort, and support. Here are three free hat programs for cancer patients below. More free hat, wig and wraps are listed here.

The Battle Cap Project

Battlecap free hats for cancer patients

The Battle Cap Project provides free hats for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. This is a great resource for cancer patients who are struggling with the cost of purchasing hats to protect their hair during treatment. You can visit their website to learn more about this program.

The Verma Foundation

verma foundation free hats for cancer patients

The Verma Foundation offers free hats for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. This is a great resource for cancer patients who are struggling with the cost of purchasing hats to protect their hair during treatment. You can visit their website or give them a call at (512) 582-0171 to learn more about this program.

Heavenly Hats

heavenly free hats for cancer patients

Looking for a free hat to help protect your hair during chemotherapy? Look no further than the Heavenly Hats program! This program provides free hats to cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. Hair loss can be a difficult side effect to deal with, especially for women. A hat can help to make you feel more confident during treatment. If you’re in need of a free hat for chemotherapy, be sure to check out the Heavenly Hats program! You can visit their website to learn more and request your free hat.

Free Grants for Cancer Patients

There are many generous programs out there that offer free money for cancer patients. This section will provide an overview of some of the best programs available, as well as contact information for specific programs. We hope that this information will be helpful to you! For all of the current grant programs available to cancer patients and families in the USA, please visit our directory.

The National Cancer Assistance Foundation

natcaf free grant for cancer patients

The National Cancer Assistance Foundation offers grants to cancer patients who are struggling financially as a result of their diagnosis. These grants can be used to cover expenses such as rent, utilities, groceries, and more. To learn more about the grant offered by the NCAF, you can visit their website or give them a call at (866) 413-5789.

The Headstrong Foundation

headstrong free grant for cancer patients

The Headstrong Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides grants to cancer patients who are struggling financially as a result of their diagnosis. These grants can be used to cover expenses such as rent, utilities, groceries, and more. To learn more about the grants offered by the Headstrong Foundation, you can visit their website or give them a call at 888-HEADSTRONG.

Modest Needs Grant Program

modest need grants for cancer patients

Modest Needs provides provide short-term financial assistance to individuals and families in temporary crisis. The amount awarded varies based on applicant circumstance but according to their website averages between $750.00 and $1,250. For eligibility and more visit https://www.modestneeds.org/about-us/grants-types-self-sufficiency.asp. For online application see https://www.modestneeds.org/for-applicants/.

For More Help

We hope that this blog post has been helpful in providing you with information on some of the free stuff available for cancer patients. There are so many more programs that can help, all at zero cost to cancer patients and families. For hundreds of more freebies, check out the Cancer Care News online directory of free products, programs and services for cancer patients in the USA. All updated for 2022!

If you have any questions or want to tell us about a program we may have missed, please contact us. Thank you for reading. Please share to help spread the word about these wonderful free programs for cancer patients!

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8 Comments

  1. Does anyone know of a place that offers free wigs for women who have already lost their hair? My mother has gone through treatment and her hair is very slow to grow. I just want to find her something to help. If I could afford to buy her a nice wig, I would!

  2. These are amazing! I had no idea there were so many programs and foundations that offered free items like these for cancer patients. I have a friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer so I will be passing these on to her. I know a few of these freebies will brighten her day a bit!

    • Thank you for your kind words. We are thrilled to hear you will be sharing with a friend in need!

  3. I just wanted to let you know I have been compiling a list of free resources and items for our cancer patients and this article (and all of your website info!) has been a huge help.

    • Sara Anne, thank you for letting us know and for sharing the resources with your patients. We appreciate you!

  4. This is such a blessing to have stumbled on. I have been in remission for several years but I am part of a Facebook group for women who support each other during and after cancer treatments. I am going to share a link to this page on there right now.

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