Current Community Grants

Susan G. Komen Nevada is proud to fund a variety of community-based breast cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment projects for the medically underserved. These projects have been selected by our independent Grant Review Panel as those that will have the greatest impact in serving uninsured and underinsured women in our service area.

Please note that Susan G. Komen® is not a direct service provider.


St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation
Engelstad Foundation R.E.D Rose Program
Phone: 702.492.8557 or visit
The program’s goal is to provide clinical breast health screenings to women age 40 and younger who are uninsured or under-insured to enable the early identification and treatment of breast cancer in order to reduce late-stage breast cancer diagnosis and breast cancer mortality. Additionally, the program provides treatment to those diagnosed with breast cancer, ensuring a continuum of quality care.

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation
R.E.D. Rose Program Financial Assistance
Phone: 702.492.8557 or visit
The program’s goal is to ensure quality of care by providing financial support to those women who are diagnosed with breast cancer and who demonstrate a financial need.

Nevada Health Foundation – The Mammovan
Mammograms for Low Income, Uninsured, Underinsured, and/or Geographically Isolated Underserved Women
Phone: 877.581.6266 or visit
The Mammovan program will reduce barriers to quality breast cancer care for uninsured and underinsured Navada women

Access to Healthcare Network
Breast Cancer Treatment/Post Treatment Services for Uninsured/Underinsured Women in Nevada
Phone: 775-284-8989 or visit

Northern Nevada HOPES
HOPES Breast Health Program
Each year, about 300 HOPES clients are unable to receive financial assistance for breast cancer screenings and/or diagnostic testing. These women are at risk of being diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer. The target population is uninsured/underinsured women ineligible for other assistance programs. The program’s goal is to increase breast cancer screening rates in our community. To do this, HOPES will identify clients in need of screenings and give them reminder calls/postcards. When a patient needing a screening has a clinic appointment, staff will provide them with a screening referral, and conduct care coordination to ensure referral completion. This includes appointment scheduling, reminder calls, transportation, and resource linkage. Some of the ways HOPES will measure success is obtaining a 75% referral completion rate, linking 100% of those with a breast cancer diagnosis to financial treatment options, and providing care coordination to 100% of participants.
Phone: 775.786.4673 or visit

Community Health Alliance
Hispanic Breast Health Program
The purpose of CHA’s Hispanic Breast Health Program is to improve access and provide outreach, one-on-one education, breast cancer screening, diagnostic services and treatment support in Washoe County to 300 unduplicated, low-income, uninsured or underinsured patients, the majority of whom are Hispanic. CHA will select patients for services who have no other source of care. The 2017 Uniform Data System report for CHA shows that 59% of our patients are of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity. By removing cost barriers through the use of a navigator, CHA expects to see fewer cases of later-stage diagnoses of breast cancer. Therefore, we expect to support the goal of fewer deaths due to breast cancer. CHA will provide breast cancer education, screening and diagnostic services, and patient navigation to 300 patients, 60% of whom will be Hispanic. We will track later-stage breast cancer rates using public data.
Phone: 775.329.6300 or visit


Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation
ORION Cancer Foundation Grant Program
Phone: 702.735.8431 or visit
The goal is to provide financial support for basic needs and no-cost screenings/mammograms to 60 people.

Renown Health Foundation
Reduce Breast Cancer Mortality Through Community Education, Access to Care for Underserved
Phone: 775.982.5545 or visit