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National Spotlight

Financial Resources —Did you know that there are many financial resources that can help people living with breast cancer? Find out more

Current Grant Recipients

These projects have been selected by our independent Grant Review Panel as those that will have the greatest impact in serving uninsured or underinsured women in our service area. Please note that Susan G. Komen is not a direct service provider.

Florida Hospital Foundation
“Komen Breast Care Program at Florida Hospital”
Orange, Osceola - Screening
This program promotes early detection of breast cancer among uninsured and low-income women,
primarily ages 40-49. It provides access to screenings and diagnostic mammograms with a large 
emphasis on black women, as well as breast MRI’s and biopsies for women who have abnormal 
results from their screenings. There is also an education component for the women this program 
will serve. 
Contact: Olga Bonnin (407) 303-1488


Osceola Council on Aging
“Osceola Women’s Breast Health Initiative”
Osceola – Screening
This program will further address the need for breast health services for women either uninsured,
or low-income among a highly diverse population in Osceola County. Program services will include 
breast health education, clinical breast exams,
and screenings for women between the ages of
40-49. 
Contact: Kelly Bender (407) 846-8532 x218

Ribbon Riders, Inc.
“The Ribbon Riders Breast Cancer Assistance Project”
Central Florida – Financial Assistance
This program helps breast cancer patients with immediate needs and the crushing financial costs 
of fighting breast cancer. It offers direct financial assistance with rent, utilities, gasoline, medical, 
travel expenses, co-pays, groceries and other immediate needs so that patients can focus on 
recovery.
Contact:  Maria Ford (407) 796-PINK (7465)

Langley Health Services
“Mammography Initiative”
Volusia/Flagler, Brevard and Lake – Screening and Diagnosis
This program provides state of the art mammography services to a rual, economically
disadvantaged population of diverse ethnicities, offering screening and diagnostic services
to uninsured and underinsured women whose healthcare needs would otherwise, in all
likelihood, be unmet. If indicated, follow up care will be provided by a network of specialists
Contact: Paul Quinn, 352-568-1966

Health Care Center for the Homeless, Inc.
“Femmes de Coeur Mammography Program for Health
Care Center for the Homeless”
Orange, Osceola, and Seminole– Screening and Diagnosis
This program seeks to break down barriers faced by low income and/or uninsured female
patients in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties by providing breast health services which
assure earlier detection of issues, needed care up to and including surgery and assistance in
navigating the health system. The targeted population of this program is those residents with
incomes below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Contact: Cheryl Moore, RN, 407-428-5751 ext.310

Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation
“CSI: Cancer Screening Initiative”
Focusing on Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia and Lake Counties– Education,
Screening and Diagnosis
The purpose of this program is to break down barriers and provide comprehensive breast
health services to Central Florida by offering free screening and diagnostic mammograms
and follow-up services to uninsured and underinsured women who reside in Orange,
Seminole, Osceola, Volusia and Lake Counties. Particular emphises is placed upon
minority women who have historically been underserved. Contact: Robin Maynard,
407-898-1991

South Lake Hospital, Inc.
“South Lake Hospital Breast Cancer Health Program”
Lake County
This program's purpose is to increase awareness of the importance of early detection of breat
cancer, provide free screening and diagnostic mammograms and comprehensive education and
support services to women in Lake County, primarily South Lake County. The targeted population
is those 40-49 years of age who are underseved and uninsured, with incomes at or below 200%
of Federal Government Poverty Guidelines and the inability to pay for breast health services.
Contact: Sunita Kowlasar, 352-536-8778