Join the Fight
Ensure the best cancer care is available for everyone
World-class cancer care here in Springfield, with your help
People with cancer depend on our donors for life-saving treatments, clinical trials and wellness services throughout their cancer journey
When you give to Mercy Health's cancer services, you're investing in the medical advancements, state-of-the-art technology, cancer experts and compassionate care for every person diagnosed with cancer. Wellness programs and supportive services give patients the support they need to fully focus on healing. And donations to Mercy Health Foundation Clark & Champaign Counties can assist with emergency needs for qualifying patients facing financial challenges.
Mercy Health Springfield Cancer Center
We depend on ongoing support from donors to ensure our Cancer Center, affiliated with The James Cancer Network, continues to provide the most advanced life-saving cancer services and specialists under one roof. Donations help maintain the facility, purchase cutting-edge medical technology and support cancer patients in ways beyond their treatment plan.
With generosity from donors like you, patients can get counseling, wigs, turbans, scarves, oncology rehabilitation and other supportive services that help improve their quality of life and self-esteem. Your gift to the Cancer Center saves and improves lives!
Support the Cancer Center
Your gift will help people get life-saving cancer care here in Springfield
Women are busy. Finding the time, or even lack of insurance or transportation can prevent them from getting an annual mammogram. Donations to the Foundation keep Mercy Health's mobile mammography coach on the road and in neighborhoods across the area, where people can conveniently walk in or make an appointment.
The latest 3D mammogram technology helps detect cancer in its earliest stages, when most treatable. And patients can receive results quickly. When you give, you ensure funds are available to:
- Cover the cost of life-saving screenings for women with no or inadequate health insurance
- Provide ongoing maintenance for the mammography coach
- Support mobile mammography community events
Support Early Detection
Mobile mammography gives people a fighting chance against breast cancer
Sisters United for Prevention
Join this group of African American women who promote cancer awareness and raise funds to support ongoing improvements at the Springfield Cancer Center. Recently, donations to the group's efforts have purchased new oncology infusion chairs for the Cancer Center, supported emergency needs for diverse patients and funded the costs of a minority health fair.
Improve awareness and access to quality cancer care, especially for minorities