FREE Wigs for Breast Cancer Patients in Arizona

FREE Wigs for Breast Cancer Patients in Arizona

FREE Wigs for Breast Cancer Patients in Arizona

The Live and Give Foundation, Inc. aka ‘Don’t be a Chump! Check for a Lump!’ offers free wigs to breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy who live in Arizona through their “Wig Out Program”.  Whether you have insurance coverage for wigs or not, the Live & Give Foundation’s Wig Out Program will pay up to $250 for any one wig of your choosing.

 

Here’s the dealio (as my daughter always says) on free wigs for breast cancer

  • To apply for a FREE wig, fill out an application (click HERE).  All applications must be submitted with either a prescription or pathology report confirming a diagnosis of breast cancer.
  • You will be notified via email or by phone if your application has been approved.
  • Choose any one wig from one of Wig Out‘s “recommended shops.” The wig shop will then bill the Foundation directly for the cost of the wig up to $250.  (Any costs over $250 will be the responsibility of the patient.)

 

p.s.  To raise awareness of self-check breast exams and get the word out about their FREE Wig Out Program,  The Live & Give Foundation hosts an annual Flash Mob.  Check out this youtube video from last year’s flash mob.  Rehearsals are taking place now for their 3rd annual Flash Mob, which will be held somewhere in Arizona (exact location is a surprise) on September 30.



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4 thoughts on “FREE Wigs for Breast Cancer Patients in Arizona

  1. Cancer Resource Mama

    Thank you so much for all the great information!

    I am a breast cancer survivor who found many resources on my own while I was going through treatment. Google was my best friend!

    I have recently created a site to help other cancer patients negotiate the resource maze more easily.

    I wanted to check with you first to find out if it is ok that I have listed your resource on my site and a link to your blog on my blogroll?

    Here’s the link: http://www.cancerresourcemama.com/the-daily-necessitie/hats-scarves-wigs/

    Reply
    1. Robyn Post author

      Thanks so much for connecting with me. LOVE your site… the more information we can provide anyone touched by cancer, the better… I’d be honored if you included CancerHawk on your blogroll. Thank you! Looking forward to doing some good together.

      Reply
      1. Cancer Resource Mama

        Thank you so much for the feedback! I am still quite new to the blogging/web site concept as my site so I am always learning and looking to learn. Please feel free to share any CRM resources on cancerhawk.com!

        It would be great to share your fantastic resources! I am 100% in agreement. Knowledge is power!

        Looking forward to working together to help cancer patients become more informed and empowered!

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