New Grants Available Throught the Cancer Center

Please call Kamala Upadhyaya at 626-5326 for assistance with your application.

Application Receipt Date: April 1, 2005

The American Cancer Society ( is proud to
announce the availability of a limited number of college/continuing
education scholarships for students under the age of 21. They must be a
legal resident of Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, or Wisconsin for at
least one year and have plans to attend a 2 or 4-year program in the
Fall of 2005. Awards will be $1,000 per individual. This program is
being offered to young people who are cancer survivors.

Please feel free to contact Roxanne Honeyman at 1-800-947-0487 ext. 5536 with any questions or for additional information.

Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF)
Letters of Intent Receipt Date: February 15, 2005, 12:01 a.m. CST

The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) will soon begin accepting applications for funding in Spring 2005 through the Community Program. The LAF is pleased to offer financial support and practical advice to community non-profit organizations serving the needs of cancer survivors as identified by the National Action Plan for Cancer Survivorship. The Foundation seeks to help develop innovative projects that encourage survivors to live strong through the physical, emotional and practical challenges of their survivorship.

The LAF will offer two types of grants in Spring 2005 in support of cancer survivorship initiatives that impact people in their communities. A request for proposals (RFP) and additional guidelines and procedures are now available on our website ( in the Public Health section. The online application system will open on January 3, 2005, and will be accessible through a link on the LAF website. The deadline for Letter of Intent submissions accepted only through the online system is 12:01 a.m. CST on February 15, 2005.

To view all grants available through the Cancer Center, visit

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