NONPROFIT MEMBER: Infinite Strength

Infinite Strength is a Connecticut-based nonprofit which provides Recurring Monthly Basic Needs Financial Grants to underserved single mothers living with MBC. They are the only nonprofit in the country with this specific mission. To qualify for these grants, women must reside on the eastern seaboard:Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, West Virginia and Virginia.

In addition, Infinite Strength offers women and their children the emotional support so necessary to a better quality of life by offering  in-person retreats for those families residing in Connecticut and quarterly panel discussions (held in person and virtually) where oncologists, researchers, therapists, social workers and advocates come together from around the country to take a deep dive into the challenges those living with this disease must face.

Infinite Strength helps women with this disease find the courage to keep going even when they feel like giving up. And they give their children comfort by knowing there is a community of support.

Infinite Strength PROGRAMS & RESOURCES

Financial Resources

Basic Human Needs

Monthly recurring financial assistance to underserved single mothers with MBC for expenses like rent/mortgage, utilities, groceries, etc.

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Support & CounselingIn-Person Support

The HOPE Retreat

A monthly, one-day retreat in Connecticut where single mothers living with MBC and their children are provided breakfast and lunch. During breakout sessions the mom's take part in a support group and the children take part in art therapy activities. Each family goes home with a grocery card and the art projects they created that day.

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Education & AwarenessIn-Person SupportOnline Support

Life Support Panel Discussions

We assemble a team of leading oncologists, researchers, national advocates, therapists and social workers quarterly to discuss the challenges those living with this disease must face. These discussions are held in person but a virtual option is also available.

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