Provide a service to the breast cancer community.
Support women enduring the trials of breast cancer.
Aid the families of women enduring the trials of breast cancer.
Aid the families of those that have lost a mother to breast cancer.
Support causes that promote the fight for a cure to breast cancer.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR ASSISTANCE?
Any patient or family who has been impacted by breast cancer and is in financial need. Funding is currently limited to Northeast Ohio.
WHAT DO WE FUND?
Our Foundation can help with, but is not limited to, assisting you with the following needs: Housing Assistance, Medical Expenses, Utilities, Transportation and Child Care. You can explain your unique needs on the “Needs Assessment “page in the application.
HOW DO I APPLY?
If you wish to receive aid from the Woo Who Foundation, you must complete the Application for Assistance. If you are unable to down load the PDF, contact us and we will send or email you a copy.
GRANTS WILL BE AWARDED SEMI ANNUALLY.
APPLICATION DEADLINES ARE ON THE 15TH
OF MARCH AND SEPTEMBER EVERY YEAR.
The application must be accompanied by a signed letter from the applicant’s treating physician on that physician’s letterhead stating the applicant full name, date of birth, date of diagnosis and date of last treatment provided.
All sections of the application must be completed and all accompanying documents must be submitted in order for our Foundation to review the request. We cannot process incomplete applications. All signatures (applicant, witness and physician) must be original and, therefore, stamps, photocopies or initials will not be accepted.
NEXT APPLICATION DEADLINE:
SEPT 15, 2018
After you complete the application, please send it, a current photo, and the required documents (including copies of utility & rent/mortgage statements) to:
Woo Who Foundation
32406 Brandon Place
Avon Lake, Ohio 44012
THE WOMAN BEHIND THE "WOO WHO"
Patricia Kelly Riley, wife of WHO WHO FOUNDATION founder, Jim Riley, lost her battle with breast cancer on July 6, 2008. In the 3 years Tricia battled her disease, she continued to provide a family life for her children that was unaffected by her cancer. She also kept up her charity work, maintained relationships with family and friends, and never let her cancer define or get the best of her. Tricia's cheery disposition was an inpiration. Her favorite thing to say to people was, you guessed it, 'WOO WHO!'
We realize that there are so many women out there that are exactly like Tricia. Living with a disease like Breast Cancer while keeping up with the daily demands of work and family life is an unbelievable accomplishment. To borrow a phrase from Tricia, each of these women deserves a WOO WHO!!
We're always in the business of cheering on these brave women and we are overjoyed to be able to provide some financial relief to a few of them as well. As a Foundation, we raise money all year long to be able to grant money to deserving families. Please take the time to fill out an Application for Assistance, or notify a family in need of our program.