and assistance to those
who need it most
“When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the average family spends over 40 hours per week caring for a loved one in active treatment. Parents must sacrifice paid hours, and sometimes their job to care for their child.” – Richard L. Plotkin
The Max Cure Foundation’s Roar Beyond Barriers program provides financial support to low-income, first responder, and military families who have a child battling cancer to help ease some of the financial burdens on the family while dealing with the child’s diagnosis. Roar Beyond Barriers provides assistance in the form of financial aid paid to families on a quarterly basis as a systemic form of support. We hope this steady source of extra income can help alleviate some of the financial crunch a sick child can create in a family’s budget.
Our first financial disbursement will be in March of this year, 2020. Applications will be considered up until disbursement of checks in mid-March.
The Max Cure Foundation assists qualified families with financial support through quarterly disbursements by check of funds to families who are enrolled in the Roar Beyond Barriers Program.
- Families can receive funds for two consecutive years, and we will always consider families in the program who experience relapses.
- Aid is provided to families quarterly, on the last month of each quarter.
- Families we cannot consider for Emergency Grants will be considered for systemic support.
- We appreciate families and social workers efforts to thoroughly describe their situation in submitted forms.
- Families that do not have access to banking should still consider applying; we can help.
- Amount of aid is determined based on income and household size as compared to the Federal Poverty Level – please report accurately.