We offer two types of donor funding…
One: Medical Center Partner Program
Are you interested in offering scalp cooling in your facility? We’d like you to join us in the movement to help cancer patients keep their hair while undergoing chemotherapy. As the only national nonprofit dedicated to helping cancer patients afford scalp cooling, HairToStay understands the value and the challenges this presents your patients; that’s why we’ve created our medical center partner program.
Offering scalp cooling as a service in your medical center is the first step in our unified effort to help cancer patients keep their hair while undergoing chemotherapy, but the costs associated with the treatment and the slow uptake of insurance providers presents a new challenge for medical centers. Many facilities have considered addressing this challenge by soliciting donations to create a patient fund; however, managing the vetting of patient eligibility and the distribution of subsidy funds to patients is an added cost in both time and labor.
Two: Geography-Specific Funds
A number of donors and foundations have shown interest in funding patients within particular geographic regions. Similar to our medical center stewardship programs, we charge a modest administration fee to create and manage specific funds for geographies. These can be entire states, cities or even specific zip codes.
HairToStay has created a partnership program with medical centers, individuals and foundations in which we will manage your patient fund. HairToStay will:
How it Works
The steps to setting this up are easy, and include:
HairToStay charges a 10% management fee for your fund, which covers most of our cost of processing applications and the labor involved in distribution and reporting of funds, i.e. if you fund your account for $25,000, then $22,500 will go directly to patient subsidies and $2,500, will go to HairToStay as an Admin fee. If you replenish your fund with an additional $50,000, HairToStay would charge $5,000 for management and $45,000 would go to patient subsidies.