Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance

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Apply for an RMCA Grant

Since our creation in 2000, by a group of Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers physicians, RMCA has provided almost $3.8 million in financial assistance to more than 6,800 cancer patients receiving treatment in Colorado. Assistance from RMCA is for a patient's basic needs, and can include rent or mortgage, utilities, car payments and car insurance, health insurance and COBRA, and help with other day-to-day expenses.  Our focus is on providing assistance to our local community by serving low-income Colorado cancer patients across the state.

In 2017, we expect the need for our program to continue to grow.  We receive more applications each month as patients struggle to meet their monthly financial needs while remaining in treatment.  We are proud that since our inception, 100% of qualified applicants have received funding through RMCA's Financial Assistance program.  We work every day to fulfill our mission to provide temporary financial support to cancer patients undergoing treatment and we hope you will continue to support us in 2017 and beyond.

Boulder Facial Hair Club Event

Boulder Beard and Moustache Competition No. 5

November 18th, 2017 - Dickens Opera House - Longmont, CO

It's that time of year again! When the Colorado and national beards, moustaches and whiskerinas gather to compete to determine who has the best around. The Boulder Facial Hair Club raises money for charity and has a hell of a good time in the process.

This year we are returning to the wonderful and historic Dickens Opera House in Longmont, CO. Be sure to get your tickets early as last time it sold out.

Tickets are available at


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Panera Pink Ribbon Bagel Campaign

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Pink Ribbon Bagel Fundraiser Returns to Panera Breads 38 Colorado Bakery-Cafes to

Raise Money for Breast Cancer Patients in Colorado

Denver, CO, September 25, 2017 – In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Panera Bread is rolling out their Pink Ribbon Bagels and Colorado bakery-cafes will donate 25 cents from each sale to Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance October 1-31, 2017. Shaped in the form of the iconic pink ribbon and freshly baked daily in each Colorado bakery-cafe, Panera’s Pink Ribbon Bagels are loaded with cherry chips, dried cherries and cranberries, vanilla, honey and brown sugar.

“Panera Bread is proud to support Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance and the work they do to help Coloradans battling breast cancer,” said Craig Flom, President, Breads of the World, LLC, franchisee of Panera Bread in Colorado. “Customers who visit a Colorado Panera Bread and purchase a Pink Ribbon Bagel in October will be supporting breast cancer patients and their families right here in Colorado.”

For more than a decade, Panera Bread has donated more than $100,000 to Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance, an organization that helps patients pay for immediate needs such as food, housing, utilities, transportation expenses and health insurance premiums so they can continue treatment. Each year, an estimated 3,420 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in Colorado, a disease that impacts 1 in 7 women in their lifetime.


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