San Fernando Valley
Cancer Foundation

The San Fernando Cancer Foundation is a non-profit (501 C3) that previously operated under the name of The Valley Breast Cancer Foundation. The board members have recently voted to expand the foundation’s mission to offer financial support to underserved cancer patients with other cancer diagnoses. This required the name change to reflect the expanded mission of the foundation. However, donations may be directed for the use of the particular desires and interests of the donor as well as to the general fund.


Much of the services that our center provides are subsidized through the State of California Every Woman Counts program (EWC).

This life-saving program provides yearly screening mammograms, breast ultrasounds, and biopsies to low-income women. If a patient is diagnosed with breast cancer through the EWC program, they are then eligible for enrollment in the State of California Breast Cancer Treatment Fund (BCTF) which provides full scope breast cancer treatment and services including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Unfortunately, there are many other needs of this demographic that go unmet including breast reconstruction procedures, help with housing during treatment, medical services not related to their breast cancer diagnosis, and other social support services.

The San Fernando Valley Cancer Foundation plays a vital role in the provision of these services.

We ask you to join us in this important mission

and to offer your prayers for all of those suffering from a cancer diagnosis. 

To make a donation or to find out more about us please click on the links below or contact us at or (310) 600-3282.