The U'ilani Fund (pronounced oo-ee-la-nee) is a non-profit organization that provides funding to individuals with breast cancer to use for complementary care in order to improve quality of life. We support individuals in Santa Cruz, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Hawaii.
The U'ilani Fund has distributed over 800 grants for a total of over $400,000 to men and women undergoing breast cancer treatment since the organization was founded in 2001.
The U'ilani Fund was created in memory of Marina Lee U'ilani Bermudez, a family physician who passed away from breast cancer in 2000.
The U'ilani Fund is proud and honored to have received the
Non-profit of the Year Award
from the Monterey Bay Psychological Association in an award ceremony on February 25th, 2017!
U'ilani Fund Ohana Ride for Breast Cancer
Beautiful routes and exciting luau venue!
SAVE THE DATE!
October 21st, 2017
Registration opens June 1st, 2017.
Andra Young, middle, an U'ilani Fund grant recipient, at her head shaving, with support from her husband and mother who also shaved their heads!
"I used the funds from my grant to get bodywork (therapeutic massage), which has aided in relieving intense joint pain I have been experiencing through chemo. Thank you so much for the funding -- I am so appreciative that an organization like the U'ilani Fund exists!"
-- Andra Young
To see a short video that provides a brief overview of The U'ilani Fund, click on the link below.
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