Since starting our charitable efforts in 2010, we have had the honor of providing financial assistance grants to many families and individuals seeking treatment for cancer and other life threatening illnesses. Grants provide assistance with travel and lodging, medical expenses, medications and other necessities. Grants range from $500 to $2000 and, despite being a small non-profit organization in VT, we have helped families across the country.  Here is a list of some of our 2012 & 2013 recent grant recipients and the lives we touched as a result of the generosity of businesses and individuals like you.

We are continually accepting applications for so if you know of anyone that may qualify, please encourage them to download, fill out, and send the application form below to us.


Andy—an 18-month-old Milton toddler with an undiagnosed medical condition creating life threatening complications.  Andy was admitted to Boston Children’s Hospital for several weeks undergoing treatment and assessment related to his life threatening illness.  His family applied for assistance with their mortgage and travel expenses due to lost wages and inability to work while caring for Andy in Boston.


Lauren– 15 year old girl diagnosed with undifferentiated soft tissue sarcoma.  Lauren’s family sought help with travel related expenses for treatment.


Kristen—A South Burlington mother diagnosed with primary/progressive Multiple Sclerosis and chronic Lyme disease.  CPF assisted with medical and living expenses for her stem cell treatment.


Rowan—a five year old girl who was diagnosed with nephroblastoma which is a cancer of the kidneys.  Rowan’s family was in need of help with living expenses because of lost wages due to her medical care.


Erich—husband and father of two diagnosed with a glioblastoma, requiring  surgery and two years of intensive radiation treatments.  Erich was the sole income for their family and applied for a grant to cover co-pays and other medical expenses that his insurance did not cover.


Lisa—a Hinesburg wife & mother diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.  In addition, Lisa’s two-year-old daughter was diagnosed with a genetic disorder requiring additional medical treatment and costs.  Lisa is currently undergoing intensive chemotherapy treatments.  Lisa applied for help with medical deductibles, etc. due to her loss of income.


Rick—diagnosed with a rare form of appendix cancer, Pseudomyxoma Peritonei, he sought out specialized treatment in Washington D.C.  Rick applied for assistance with travel expenses related to his treatment.


Donovan—a Colchester husband & father diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis and underwent a double lung and kidney transplant.  He applied for assistance with travel expenses related to his treatment at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston.


Jason—A West Danville ER clinician, husband, and father of twins diagnosed with a rare form of appendix cancer, Pseudomyxoma Peritonei, requiring aggressive treatment in Boston.  Jason’s family applied for assistance with living and travel expenses while Jason was in recovery and unable to work.


Click HERE for our grant application for use by anyone seeking assistance. All information is kept confidential and private. Once completed, mail to the following address:

The Carrie Premsagar Foundation