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Providing hope to cancer patients and their families.

Let's disrupt cancer, together.

Our Mission

Our mission is to help cancer patients and families pay for the incidental cost of cancer treatments.


Check out the events we have throughout the year. These events help fund our mission of helping local cancer patients with unexpected costs. 


Select the link below to find our grant application for anyone who is seeking financial assistance from the Avery Foundation. Do not hestiate to reach out to our email if you have any questions!

Now We Disrupt Cancer

Giving Tuesday: a global generosity movement celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, designed to encourage charitable giving and volunteering. It harnesses the power of social media and collaboration to inspire people worldwide to support causes they care about and make a positive impact in their communities. Giving Tuesday is November 28th, 2023.

Cancer patients and their families shouldn’t have to scrape by. As an organization that helps cancer patients financially, the Avery Foundation alleviates the stress by providing grants to pay for unexpected expenses created by the cost of treatments.

See how you can provide a ray of sunshine for cancer patients and their families.

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Fundraiser at Potosa Spa

Book a Teal Service this December to Help Support Ovarian Cancer Awareness!

Potosa Spa is giving guests a gift bag filled with goodies, a $15 gift certificate to the spa, and a Jack Frost teal cocktail when booking a teal service. For each teal service booked, $10 will be donated to local non-profits Wreaths For A Cure and The Avery Foundation.

Please contact Potosa Spa at 563.588.5570 to book your service or for more information! 

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The Impact

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"The Avery Foundation was there for that financial help. The Avery family knows cancer and the hardships that come with the diagnosis, and I am so appreciative of the help of The Avery Foundation during my treatment and recovery"

Heidi Huisman

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