Incyte Corporation and Cancer Support Community Delaware today announced a new fund that will provide emergency financial assistance to cancer patients and their families. Incyte will put up $100,000 into the fund each year.
“We are very pleased to announce the creation of the Incyte Cancer Care Assistance Fund for Delaware with Cancer Support Community Delaware, an organization which, like Incyte, is dedicated to supporting patients with cancer and the local community,” said Paula Swain, executive vice president of human resources and chair of The Incyte Charitable Giving Foundation. “
Cancer Support Community Delaware will administer the funds.
“Through the establishment of this fund, we aim to address the emergent needs that patients with cancer in Delaware face as they navigate their disease and its impact across all aspects of their lives,” said Nicole Topkis Pickles, executive director of Cancer Support Community Delaware.