FundFinder helps you quickly find financial assistance from charitable foundations.
- What is FundFinder?
- Who created FundFinder?
- Who can use FundFinder?
- Is FundFinder free?
- How can I access FundFinder?
- What can I do with FundFinder?
- How can I create a shortcut to FundFinder on my smartphone or device?
- How do I create an account with FundFinder?
- Is my personal information kept confidential?
- How do I follow a disease fund on FundFinder?
- Does signing up for FundFinder or a notification guarantee me a grant or financial assistance?
- When does FundFinder send notifications?
- Does FundFunder track, collect or use any personal or sensitive health information?
- Who can I contact with questions?
We often hear from patients and providers that it’s difficult to track whether a patient assistance program is available. Developed by the PAN Foundation, FundFinder is a free resource that provides this information in one place and notifies you when a disease fund opens at any of the charitable patient assistance foundations.
The PAN Foundation created FundFinder by pulling in information about each disease program’s status from the websites of charitable foundations. In addition to the PAN Foundation, FundFinder tracks information from the following organization’s websites:
- » The Assistance Fund
- » CancerCare
- » Good Days
- » HealthWell
- » Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- » National Organization for Rare Disorders
- » Patient Advocate Foundation
- » Patient Services, Inc.
Anyone interested in learning about the status of disease funds can use FundFinder.
Visit fundfinder.panfoundation.org on any internet-enabled device to use FundFinder. The app is not currently available in the App or Google Play Stores.
With FundFinder, you can subscribe to email or text message notifications for specific disease funds openings, or simply check the status of disease funds.
Refer to our step-by-step instructions for creating an account with FundFinder.
Your personal information is kept confidential and will not be disclosed to other sources.
Refer to our step-by-step instructions for following a disease fund on FundFinder.
No. FundFinder notifications are purely informational and do not guarantee assistance. All assistance is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and subject to each foundation’s criteria.
When you follow a disease fund, you will receive notifications each time a foundation program transitions from a closed to open status.
For example, if an assistance program is closed at all charitable foundations, subscribers will receive a notification when that program opens at one of the foundations. Subscribers will also receive notifications for each additional foundation program opening.
No personal health information is required to search for patient assistance with FundFinder. Additionally, FundFinder does not request or record any personal health information from users at any point throughout the app.