Faces of Courage Foundation
Rating: 4.95 stars 21 21 reviews
TransWorld Building 4115 West Spruce Street Tampa FL 33607 USA
Mission Statement Faces of Courage Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit cancer patient support organization, dedicated to providing, free of charge, programs emphasizing practical education; life coping strategies; and improved self esteem; through non-threatening, engaging, and recreational outings and overnight camps, including culturally relevant programs for minorities, which encourage a sense of “community” rather than isolation, with a primary goal of helping the cancer patient navigate their way through the treatment process and to thrive as a survivor.
We currently have over 3,000 camper families enrolled and served with programs over 1,500 campers last year.
Faces of Courage provides, at no cost, day outings and overnight camps for women, children and families touched by cancer and blood disorders.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Over 1,500 campers diagnosed with cancer and their immediate family members.
Geographic areas served:
Florida and beyond
Free programs for women and children to pormote the spirit and well being while undergoing tratment of cancer and other blood disordrs
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13 people found this review helpful
The Faces of Courage Foundation has shown true dedication to helping make a difference in the lives of children coping with cancer and other blood disorders like sickle cell anemia. I appreciate the earnest efforts and community networking they have extended to the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Upper Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando Counties, Inc. On many occasions their commitment has brought joy to our clients. Thank you for all you do Faces of Courage. Sincerely, Naomi L. Mathews
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action reaching out to other organizations in order to benefit children coping with sickle cell anemia.
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the true commitment of caring.
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I had taken the time to volunteer for an event where I could help the youth via counseling or motivating.
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