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


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We Are Very Grateful!

We are grateful for the generosity of the Roembkes for making our November
matching campaign possible.

Grateful to Cari Hahn, owner of Karma Candles and Kinds, for donating
her amazing inspirational candles.

Grateful to our incredible IWIN supporters who have given this November and
allowed us to give local survivors hope.

Grateful for the strength of our survivors. 
No One Fights Alone!

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Matching Campaign

For the month of November your gift will have twice the impact!
Ray and Cathy Roembke have generously pledged to
match up to $5,000 in donations this month.

Your gift of $100 or more will not only be doubled but you will also receive a hand-poured, scented soy candle donated by Cari Hahn.  
Opt to keep the candle or give it to a breast cancer survivor!Click Here to Double Your Donation

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IWIN Celebrates 20 Years

In January, we were excited to unveil an IWIN logo for 2020 that commemorates our 20 years of service to Indiana breast cancer patients.  Throughout the year, we will be celebrating IWIN's milestones, like assisting over 5,700 individuals and distributing over $2.2 million in services. We will also be sharing the stories that have moved us over the course of two decades and providing opportunities for you to support our mission.  Stay tuned!

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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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