Some examples of how your money was used in 2017:

We provided information and general support to over 3,500 individuals.

We reserved 452 rides to and from NYC through Cornell’s Campus to Campus bus.

We provided financial advocacy and assistance to 194 individuals.

We facilitated nine support groups that met 141 times.

Volunteers and staff provided roughly 2,800 hours of support to cancer patients at Cayuga Medical Center.

We matched 17 clients with a peer to receive support.

We had nine volunteers corresponding with 56 clients across nine counties as “friendly correspondents.”

We provided wigs, hats, and other products from our boutique to 159 individuals.

 

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