At Cuck Fancer we strive to provide the resources necessary to win not only the physical fight against cancer, but the mental and financial one as well. Below you will find a list of organizations that Cuck Fancer has communicated and worked with that we consider to be “Friends of Cuck Fancer” because of the great work that they do in the young adult cancer community.


Enhancing the lives of young adult cancer patients, ages 18-40, with any type of cancer at any stage.

Focuses on renewing, rebuilding, and restarting lives after cancer through outdoor adventure.

Empowers and educates people with cancer to thrive in their workplace by providing expert advice, interactive tools and educational events.

Offers professionally-led support groups, networking groups, educational workshops, nutrition and gentle exercise programs, and stress-reduction classes utilizing the Patient Active Concept to empower and educate individuals affected by cancer.

Bringing dignity and comfort into the harsh world of cancer.

Offers resources that adolescents and young adults with cancer need to survive and thrive.

Offers young adult cancer fighters and survivors a free outdoor adventure experience designed to empower them to climb, paddle and surf beyond their diagnosis, defy their cancer, reclaim their lives and connect with others doing the same.

GiveForward provides personalized fundraising web pages so friends and family can send support to a loved one in need.

Provides personalized connections that enable 1-on-1 support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers.

A forum for siblings of young adults with cancer who have lost a sibling, a friend or someone who felt like a sibling.

Provides financial assistance to defray the costs associated with patient participation in FDA clinical trials.

Provides support and motivation to all newly-diagnosed patients, family, and friends affected by tumors or cancer.

A unique crowd funding platform specifically created to ease the financial stresses of cancer. It’s a place to connect, gather support and stay updated.

Empowering young adults affected by cancer through innovative and award-winning programs and services.

Helping young adults diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 16 – 30 connect with each other through peer support groups and cancer camps.

Dedicated to raising awareness of colorectal cancer in out-of-the-box ways.

Illustrates the realities of a cancer diagnosis, the good and the bad, through commercially viable mass media projects such as films, documentaries, books, and music.

Provides modest financial assistance to young adults (18-30) afflicted with cancer.

The SAMFund supports young adult cancer survivors in the United States as they recover from the financial impact of cancer treatment through direct financial assistance, in-person and online support.

Dedicated to helping survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals navigate cancer survivorship issues by connecting them to experts, information, and resources.

Enhancing lives by supporting, educating, and connecting young adults and their loved ones affected by cancer.

A program offering support and education to women diagnosed with breast cancer at age 45 or younger.