The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation is a foundation whose mission is assisting those who suffer with pancreatic cancer, and their families across the nation. We strive to provide personal attention to all those who contact us. We understand how difficult pancreatic cancer is because the National Director’s family member passed away in January 2010, after a 5 year battle.
Whether you are in need of patient advocacy, educational awareness, and direct financial resources or would like to help by holding your own event to fund our programs we are here to support in these endeavors. The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation is currently funded solely by individual donors who allow us to provide unwavering support to those in need of support in many ways.
What we do has given us great reward to be able to offer assistance to those in need. Pancreatic cancer is a silent killer and many do not survive much past diagnosis. Our goal is to ensure that we are able make this easier for the patient and the family.
We encourage you to contact us and let us know your needs as a patient or caretaker so that we can grow and be able to provide the best possible support.
Thank you for visiting our site. We hope that we can provide to you the necessary support to help you through this difficult time. Please contact us at 800-859-6723 or email info@NPCF.us.
NPCF was founded on May 29, 2009 and is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible.
The information and services provided by the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation are for informational purposes only. The information and services are not intended to be substitutes for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation does not recommend nor endorse any specific physicians, products or treatments even though they may be mentioned on this site.