cancer relief fund

A helping hand when you need it most

Cancer Assistance in Caswell County

Are you or someone you know affected by cancer in any form? Do you find it difficult to get through the day-to-day struggle of simple things like getting to your next appointment because of transportation issues? Maybe you can’t afford the gas it takes to get to a specialist. These are just a few of the frustrations some may go through after being diagnosed with cancer.

Because of this, Caswell County now has a “Cancer Resource Fund” awarded by the Community Foundation of the Dan River Region.

Caswell Family Medical Center, in partnership with several organizations within the county, including the Caswell County Health Department, Caswell Senior Services, Caswell County Department of Social Services, Caswell EMS, Hospice & Palliative Care Center of Alamance-Caswell, and North Village Pharmacy received funding from the CFDRR in order to establish this amazing resource in efforts to provide relief to residents of Caswell County who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Right now, there are a few support efforts in place, including an annual 5k run for those affected by breast cancer, as well as civic organizations across Caswell County who do periodic fundraisers to help those in need. Currently, there are no other services or support available to Caswell County residents other than those provided by foundations and organizations who have a national focus that puts emphasis on information and referral.

The Caswell Cancer Resource Fund is not intended to replace any of the work that is currently being done, but rather to provide community access to additional support when all other options have been exhausted.

You can download the application for assistance here, or contact Lou Ann Reaves at

Will You Help Us?

Be Amazing Today!

Are you ready to help support the Caswell Cancer Resource Fund? Whatever you’re able to donate will go towards those affected by cancer in our area. Whether it’s $1 or $100, every cent counts in making someone’s life a little easier as they battle this horrible disease.