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PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY ATC

We believe that everyone deserves access to the resources and support they need when facing a cancer diagnosis. Answer to Cancer is committed to funding local projects that have a direct impact on the well-being of cancer patients and their families at the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. 

Art Supply

MJ was introduced to Art Cart by one of our volunteers. As a former art teacher this intrigued her. Instead of making a card in her infusion chair she asked if she could bring this home and paint at home so she would have "something to look forward to".

Integrated Medicine

The programs and resources provided by Answer to Cancer are completely funded by donations from people who are passionate about supporting cancer patients. We are proud to be able to provide much-needed patient-related, programs. services, and equipment that support patients and their families. Our goal is to help each patient through their journey as comfortably and positively as possible, and we are committed to doing everything we can to achieve that goal.

Grand Harbor Resident

“As soon as I heard about Answer to Cancer
I wanted to support it then I found out how much they do for local Vero Beach cancer patients and I'm all in! "

Grand Harbor Resident

"It was extremely difficult for my husband to eat during cancer treatment. That's why when we heard ATC was raising money for a nutrition cart for patients at the Scully-Welch Cancer Center we wanted to help."

Grand Harbor Resident

"The fundraising events for ATC are lots of fun and I feel good knowing all of funds are raised for a good cause."

Get to Know Us

Answer to Cancer (ATC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity which began more than 15 years ago by a group of Grand Harbor members to raise funds for the Scully-Welch Cancer Center at the Cleveland Clinic Hospital.  ATC is a Grand Harbor Community and member charity that holds its annual signature event in March each year. 

Answer to Cancer has grown to be one of the largest donors to the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center at the Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital with more than $1,100,000 to date. ATC raised more than $100,000 in 2023 allowing the purchase of a much needed nutrition cart for patients receiving infusion therapy, two handheld ultrasound devices resulting in faster diagnosis, and continued support for the Integrative Medicine Program. 

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