Circle of Care for Families With Cancer, Incorporated
Rating: 5 stars 15 reviews
Issues: Health, Human Services, Cancer
Location: PO Box 32 Wilton CT 06897 USA
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I first learned of Circle of Care for Families of Children with Cancer when asked to volunteer on a fundraiser about 4 years ago. I have been volunteering ever since because I know my efforts can make a big difference!
What is immediately appealing about Circle of Care's services is the thoughtful and immediate help they provide to families; their care begins from the day of diagnosis and endures throughout the end of treatment, comforting patients as well as their families.
Circle of Care fulfills the emotional as well as the practical needs. Everyday essentials fill the Bags of Love and accompany patients on admittance; laptop computers are available for patient and parent use to ease communication and research, a resource directory and respite support from well-trained, loving volunteers, as well as financial aid are among our programs. The difference Circle of Care makes is palpable.
Circle of Care is a community of love and support to families who need it most and deserves top-rating status!
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I have met families for whom Circle of Care has helped. Each has commented on how Circle of Care has helped them get through their tough medical burden.
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I would increase the number of Board members in order to increase expertise and visibility to the organization.
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I began as a fundraiser and am now trained as a hospital volunteer and currently serve on the board. I have introduced several new volunteers and helped to community exposure.
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My volunteer efforts are very satisfactory as I genuinely feel that I am making a difference for children and families.
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