How We Help

Community Cancer Fund is determined to devote more resources to cancer screening, prevention, research, treatment and care in the Inland Northwest. Through our regional partnerships, we work collaboratively to identify and fund gaps in services and local programs that benefit cancer patients and their families. Keeping the funds local at the following organizations gives cancer patients in our region a fighting chance.

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Spokane is the most collaborative city I've ever lived in.

Steve TammaroPresident/CEO, YMCA of the Inland Northwest

Eight Years of Giving Back

CCF Camp Endowment Fund

$3,000,000
Established an endowment to fund in perpetuity a medically supervised summer camp offered free of charge to children affected by cancer

Cancer Care Northwest

$60,000
$10,000
Cancer Patient Support Fund - Medications, gas cards, hotel stays, etc.
$50,000
Research Programs
Lodging Program
Patients access our Davenport Lodging Program

Kootenai Health

$5,117,500
$5,000,000
Construct and complete the Hospitality Center - a 20-unit pediatric and adult lodging facility on the campus of Kootenai Health in Coeur d’Alene that is operated and managed by Ronald McDonald House Charities.
$92,500
Cancer Patient Support Fund - Medications, gas cards, hotel stays, etc.
$25,000
Walden House - Financial assistance to those in need of lodging and are unable to pay.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest

$3,096,500
$3,000,000
Pledge made towards the completion of RMHC’s Spokane campus - providing temporary lodging, comfort and support for families with children accessing medical services in Spokane.
$25,000
Shriner’s Hospital campus for joint use by both organizations.
$9,000
"Adopt a Room" Program
$2,500
"Share a Night" Program
$55,000
Various Hospitality Center operating expenses.
$5,000
Meals during the COVID-19 crisis

Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

$619,037
$130,000
"Jensen Fund" - Special needs fund for families and children.
$387,437
Operating expenses
$1,600
Family support dinners
$100,000
Andrew Rypien School Program
Lodging Program
Patients access our Davenport Lodging Program

YMCA of the Inland Northwest

$572,500
$535,000
Camp Goodtimes operating expenses
$37,500
"Livestrong at the Y" program

Inland Imaging

$15,000
$15,000
Lung Cancer Screening Initiative

Other Charitable Contributions

$122,879
$122,879
Various needs

Rypien Foundation

$30,187
$25,000
Andrew Rypien School at Sacred Heart Children's Hospital
$5,187
General Donation

MultiCare Health System

$30,000
$30,000
Helping Hands Program
Lodging Program
Patients access our Davenport Lodging Program

Davenport Lodging Program

$295,000
$295,000
Complimentary lodging used by patients of Cancer Care Northwest, Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, and MultiCare Health System

ACCOIN

$165,000
$165,000
Pediatric cancer support services

Camp Goodtimes

at YMCA Camp Reed
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Hospitality Center

at Kootenai Health
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