In Events, Survivors

MOCA is proud to partner with several nonprofit organizations to help provide valuable information and resources to our survivors and their loved ones. In this month’s Teal Talk, MOCA Community Support Program Manager Stefanie Gliniany shares information about organizations that MOCA exhibited with at the 10th Annual Hope in Motion event earlier this month.

Survival 2 Strength is a nonprofit organization offering free strength training to cancer survivors.

Open Arms of Minnesota is a nonprofit that prepares and delivers nutritious meals to Minnesota residents with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

The Indy Foundation is a nonprofit organization “dedicated to giving support to real-life warriors in the midst of their cancer battle.” One of their programs called GVL Thrive, partners with Grand View Lodge in Nisswa, Minnesota to allow survivors and their families to rest, relax and rejuvenate at the lodge. From October-May, the Indy Foundation will select one survivor a month for a free three-night stay.  To nominate a survivor, visit here and apply by mid-July.

If you are looking for more resources and information to help you navigate your ovarian cancer journey or survivorship, please visit MOCA’s newly updated Survivor Assistance webpage, here.

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