Here are the most frequently asked questions that we get about the Rocky Mountain Childhood Cancer Foundation. If you don’t see the answer here to your question, please email us and we will be more than happy to answer your questions.

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How did the Rocky Mountain Childhood Cancer Foundation get started and how old is it?

The RMCCF was originally started by a group of doctors and hospital administrators from Presbyterian/St Luke’s Hospital Denver, over 12 years ago. For more information click here.

Where does the money go?

The money is used to help families pay every day bills that insurance doesn’t cover. Like utility bills, rent and/or mortgage payment, car payment, gas and so on.

What percent of my donation goes to help the families?

The foundation is run by all volunteers, so 100% of your donation goes to the families. There are no administrative fees or salaries.

Can you help a family in a different state?

Not at this time. Right now the foundation is focused on helping children and families here in Colorado.

Can you use other donations besides money?

Yes we can. You can donate cars, boats and motorcycles to the foundation. The foundation can use many different items through out the year. If you have something to donate please contact us and you will be notified about your donation.

 How does someone apply to the RMCCF for financial assistance?

You may contact us by email if you have any specific questions and we will get back to you as quick as possible. If you want to apply right now you can down load the RMCCF Financial Assistance Application and after filling it out you may scan it and email it back to us or fax it to us.

How can I help support the RMCCF?

There are many ways to help support this worthy cause. You can volunteer to help out at different events through out the year. You can join the board of directors. You can donate money. Please feel free to contact us and see how you can help out today.


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