Let's Stop Cancer Foundation

"Helping Cancer Patients with Everyday Challenges"

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A SUCCESSFUL 119TH BOSTON MARATHON!!! 
 Mark Porter, Sean Campbell, Sinead Mc Glynn, and Pete Binkewicz all successfully completed the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20th!  Congratulations to these runners!!!!
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Yale Appliance of Boston Massachusetts and Let's Stop Cancer Foundation Establish a Strategic Corporate Partnership

Left to Right - Steve Sheinkopf - Chief Executive Officer - Yale Electric, Mark Porter - Let's Stop Cancer Foundation Co-Founder, Pete Binkewicz - Let's Stop Cancer Foundation Co-Founder, and Paul Groux - Yale Electric 

The 119th Boston Marathon is Monday, April 20th, 2015 and Let's Stop Cancer Foundation has 4 runners participating in this years event!!!  Mark Porter, Sean Campbell, Sinead Mc Glynn, and Pete Binkewicz will be representing LSC to raise money for current cancer patients and their families by providing non-medical financial assistance.  Last year, over $40,000 was raised, with financial assistance provided to 31 cancer patients!!!!  We could not have accomplished this without the generous donations from so many wonderful and giving people!!


This year, our goal is to raise $100,000 to assist as many cancer patients as possible, so please give as much as you can.  Together, we are making a difference in the lives of these cancer patients and their families.


To support a runner, please click on the Make a Donation tab at the top of this page.  THANK YOU!!!

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Let’s Stop Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization that was established in July of 2013 to assist everyday people, who are battling cancer, cope with the challenges facing them on a daily basis.  These needs range from the need for a ride to a treatment session, transportation for a hair appointment, to financial support for a basic need, assistance with purchasing items on a grocery list, or a “to do” list of small, however important, tasks that need to be completed around the house. It is the little things that mean so much to someone who is being treated for cancer.  That is where you assist us in providing the support to fulfill these "little things."  Let’s Stop Cancer has been incorporated in the State of Massachusetts and is incorporated as a non-profit 501(c) (3) with the Internal Revenue Service.


So please help us help each other and support Let's Stop Cancer (LSC) Foundation.  Our mission is to assist cancer patients and their families with everyday challenges while they fight the battle of their lives.

 

Why we support the daily needs of individuals

 

For cancer patients and their families, the basic needs, those simple everyday tasks, can seem overwhelming to those who are facing one of the biggest challenges of their life.  The founder of Let’s Stop Cancer has seen this first hand with very close relatives and even his own mother.  We provide the financial resources to achieve these simple, but important activities.  With rising medical costs, many cancer patients simply do not have the resources available for these activities, and this is where we act and make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families.

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LSC Foundation raises over $4,200 for 2 fallen firefighters in Boston, where a devastating fire ripped through a Boston building just 2 weeks prior to the Boston Marathon, and presents a check to the Boston Fire Department.

Present during the check presentation: left to right - Kevin Doherty, Peter O'Malley, Mark Porter, LSC Co-Founder, Richie Paris, head of the Boston fire department, Joseph Finn, new Boston Fire Chief, and Sean Campbell.

 LSC Mission: To assist and support cancer patients with everyday challenges