Raise money for Jaime Wyatt Miller Cancer Compassion Fund: Kearny Breast Center
Jaime Wyatt Miller was a lifetime Southwest Washington resident who died of cancer in 2018. The Jaime Wyatt Miller Cancer Compassion Fund has been created in her memory. It will support our most vulnerable cancer patients and their families by helping them cover basic expenses outside the cost of treatments, such as transportation to their medical appointments, clothing, and food.
Recent examples of how Jaime's Fund has helped cancer patients in southwest Washington.
-A patient was diagnosed with mouth cancer and had not had dental work for many years. In order to receive radiation treatment as quickly as possible, Jaime's Fund was used to pay for his dental work and prepare him for radiation treatment.
-A patient was unable to work and the loss of income prevented her from paying her utility bills. Jaime's Fund kept her lights on.
-A patient needed food for her family and Jaime's Fund provided gift cards for Fred Meyer so they could eat.
By supporting Jaime’s Fund you will give strength to low-income cancer patients by lessening their burdens so they can focus on beating cancer.
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|Mar 27||Betty Bond||$11.50|
|Mar 10||Lisa Brown||$22.15|
|Jan 29||Chris Jamison||$27.48|
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