SisterHermana, understands the journey on the road to recovery from cancer is extensive and expensive. Once a diagnosis is received a person immediately must add copayments into the budget and side effects from treatment to the everyday life to do list of working, caring for the family and maintaining the home.
From our experience we know this is a difficult and stressful time. Therefore, to better serve, in addition to providing basic living necessities such as food, utility assistance and gas cards, we empower those we serve to identify the individual needs of their family. With the assistance of survivors, supporters, donors and volunteers whom we refer to as the Village Keepers, deliver a system of care specifically tailored to meet their request. Allowing us the opportunity be more impactful with the financial and day to day needs of the family.
The Horace N. Glover, Sr. Memomorial Schalorship was established in 2014 to cover the cost of senior fees for 12th grade students with a parent in cancer treatment or who has lost a parent during their senior year to cancer by purchasing the yearbook, prom tickets, prom attire, and grad night ticket.