Celebrating A Year of Impact, Progress, and Community
Confetti will soon be flying and toasts will be made as we prepare to ring in the new year. But it wouldn’t be the Family Reach way if we didn’t reflect back on 2019 and share our gratitude with everyone who made these successes possible.
The topic of financial toxicity and cancer patients is finally in the spotlight – but it’s up to all of us to enlighten those discussions and keep pushing solutions forward, just as the Family Reach community has been doing for more than 22 years.
It’s through our partnerships, collaborative advancements, impactful events, and ongoing awareness efforts that we will continue to shed light on the financial barriers of cancer that families across the nation face daily. Thank you for believing in our mission and paving the way for progress.
Take a look at some of our favorite, most poignant moments from 2019 below and know you played a part in making change happen. Cheers to an incredible year!
From Reach Athlete events to #JKBday, we filled our months with memorable and inspired moments! (scroll to view)
New York Times Feature
Boston Marathon Finishers
The Final Oldies Night
Partners with Hilton Hotels
Cooking Live Boston with Celebrity Chefs
Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon
Young Professionals Cornhole Tournament
Night of Wonder
John Krasinski’s Birthday Campaign
Record-Breaking Giving Tuesday
Innovating on Financial Toxicity: Imagine Session
Making a lasting impact
new staff members
individuals supported by our Financial Treatment Program
cancer patients paired with financial planners through our Financial Planning for Cancer program
Reach Athletes participated in events for us...
and they raised more than $318k!
Words from families
Kudos to Hospital Social Workers: How Our Collaboration Connects Cancer Patients to Financial Support
Especially during times of uncertainty, hospital social workers and Family Reach work together to be a financial lifeline for families facing cancer.
Here’s a look at some of latest coronavirus stories and resources that will help the cancer community gain some clarity during these uncertain times.
To better understand what the COVID-19 crisis means for cancer patients and their families, we reached out to the experts themselves.