Cancer Care

Join the Fight

Ensure the best cancer care is available for everyone

People battling cancer can beat the odds, with your help

Donations ensure Greenville has world-class cancer treatment and cancer care experts that save lives

Cancer is a battle that is waged on all fronts: physical, emotional, spiritual. By donating, you join the fight to beat cancer and help people get life-saving treatments. You can direct your gift to support the entire Bon Secours cancer program available here in the Greenville area or designate your donation to a specific cancer-related program.

Pearlie Harris Center for Breast Health

Women can find everything they need for their breast health under one roof on the campus of St. Francis Eastside. From annual mammograms using the latest 3D technology to experienced specialists for more complex breast issues, donations are vital for providing the Upstate with the most cutting edge and compassionate care available.

Save Lives

Support early detection and treatments that help women prevent and beat breast cancer

St. Francis Cancer Center

Bon Secours depends on donations to ensure Greenville is a destination for the best life-saving cancer care with St. Francis's special touch of faith and compassion. The Millennium campus is home to the freestanding outpatient Cancer Center with its full complement of cancer services and experts, allowing patients to stay close to their home and loved ones. The Cancer Center treats many types of cancer including solid tumors, blood cancers and blood disorders. Donations ensure the Cancer Center has the most advanced equipment, facilities and spiritual support to help people throughout their cancer journey.

Cancer Center services include:

  • Chemotherapy and infusion
  • Radiation treatment
  • Clinical trials
  • Labs
  • Physician offices
  • Boutique
  • Retail pharmacy
  • Education and meeting rooms

Give for Cancer Care

Support compassionate cancer services that save lives

Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Program

Cancer care for people ages 14 to 39 can be especially challenging. Most programs are designed for children or adults. Thanks to ongoing support from St. Francis Foundation donors, these young people get specialized cancer treatment and support for the unique needs they and their family members may have, especially if they lack financial resources. 

The Hawkins Center for Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Care is also a place where patients and families can socialize and support each other. And donations ensure AYA patients are directed to resources for tuition, utilities, food, transportation, copays, medical bills and other basic life needs.

Lend Your Support

Donate to help teens and young adults through their cancer journey

Mobile Mammography

Donations keep our two Mobile Mammography coaches on the road. The coaches provide the latest 3D digital mammograms to thousands of Upstate women across Greenville, Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties, mirroring the screenings, patient-centered care and education found at the Pearlie Harris Center.

Limited access to diagnostic services in South Carolina is a main reason that breast cancer is too often found in the later stages. When you give, you ensure more women get regular screening exams that detect breast cancer in its earliest and most treatable stages, helping to lower their risk of dying from cancer.

Support Early Detection

Mobile mammography gives more people a fighting chance against breast cancer

Louis P. Batson, Jr. Oncology Patient Support

People taking treatments for cancer or recovering from bone marrow transplant often face financial challenges because they're unable to work. The St. Francis Foundation depends on donations to this fund so all financially qualifying cancer patients can get resources to help with expenses like:

  • Prescriptions
  • Utilities and household expenses
  • Transportation to treatments and medical appointments
  • Lodging near the hospital after bone marrow transplant

The oncology patient support fund is named in honor of passionate long-time St. Francis board member Louis P. Batson, Jr. Over six decades, Batson was involved in many fundraising campaigns to enhance St. Francis services and meet the needs of patients.

Lend a Hand

Help people overcome the financial burdens of having cancer

Breast Health Screening Fund

Donations ensure no woman is turned away from life-saving breast screenings simply because she doesn't have medical insurance or the ability to pay. Whether a woman schedules an exam at the Pearlie Harris Center for Breast Health or a Mobile Mammography coach in her community, the Breast Health Screening Fund will help her get the testing she needs to detect any signs of breast cancer when it is most treatable.

Give Good Help

Ensure women get the annual exams they need for their health

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