IWIN Foundation supports individuals statewide receiving treatment for breast cancer by relieving emotional, physical, and financial burdens.


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100 Women in 100 Days

We are Kicking Off Our 3rd Annual 100 Women in 100 Days Matching Campaign on Monday, June 26th.

Follow along on IWIN's Facebook and Instagram as we highlight 100 resilient survivors and raise funds to support 100 more!

Click here to get more information or to donate!

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Vote for IWIN

IWIN was nominated for the Peterman Brothers Charity Showdown. Since it's March and Hoosier Hysteria is a real thing, weekly bracket-style voting will help narrow the field. The final 4 charities selected will share $5 from every service call made.  Please help us win this showdown by voting for IWIN. Scroll down to Division 2 and click the red "Vote Now" button.  Vote for one of the teams in each game but especially IWIN! You can vote daily!  Click Here to Vote

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IWIN Exceeded 2022 Patient Assistance Goal

We are thrilled to share the good news that we assisted 603 individuals in 2022.  We served 599 women and 4 men.  It was our biggest year to date!  We are hoping 2023 will be even better!  We appreciate all the support and generosity that helped us exceed this goal! 

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Breast Cancer Demographics

5,400 Hoosiers will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year
56% of IWIN recipients are single
Patients served by IWIN range from 20 to 93
75% of IWIN recipients earn a household income under 50K per year

IWIN's Contribution

IWIN has served over 6,200 Indiana breast cancer patients
IWIN has distributed $2.3 million in services

Financial Effects

76% of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck
73% of patients consider altering or skipping medication or treatment to save money
130% increase in financial difficulties for patients in active breast cancer treatment
20-30% of breast cancer patients will lose their jobs during treatment
46% of women will pay for treatment by reducing spending on household essentials like food
Financial strain of breast cancer contributes to higher stress, lower treatment compliance and worse outcomes
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