The SCOA Cares Foundation provides financial assistance to patients in need for CT scans and PET scans, vouchers for vital cancer and symptom medications, assistance with insurance premiums, and transportation awards to get patients to their treatment when they have no alternative transportation options.Donate Now
The SCOA Cares Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit providing financial assistance to help uninsured and under-insured cancer patients. The foundation also supports cancer research and community cancer education classes & workshops.
The Story of the Bell
Your life is changed forever when you are told that you have a life threatening cancer. At South Carolina Oncology Associates, "ringing the bell" signifies the end of cancer treatment and SCOA Cares is here to provide assistance to help get you to the bell.
How Can You Help?
SCOA Cares raises funds through memorial donations, fundraising events and grants. Donations are tax deductible and 100% of funds raised support our assistance programs.
Testimonials from Patients & Caregivers
My mother, Rebekah Abao, bravely fought stage 4 breast cancer with Dr. Butler for many years. In late 2015 we realized she was unable to work anymore and I would need to pay for her medical bills. The cost of her insurance premiums were going to be very difficult for me to cover, as I have three children and had already quit my job to take care of my mother and also my grandmother who still currently sees Dr. Butler. Thankfully SCOA Cares stepped in and paid for all of her insurance premiums up until her passing on October 9, 2016. I will forever be grateful for the care my mother received at SCOA and for the SCOA Cares Foundation for helping us when I was so worried we wouldn’t be able to continue my mother’s treatments. My only regret is she never was able to ring her bell to signify the completion of her cancer treatment. Thank you SCOA Cares for everything you do! Because of generous donations from supporters of SCOA Cares, people like my mother are able to get the treatment they need.