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As of September 20, 2016, Angie’s Spa is funding EIGHT hospital programs.  The majority of these programs are community-based, thus providing beneficial, therapeutic services to cancer patients in need. Feedback from massage therapists, acupuncturists, physicians, hospital administrators and testimonials from the patients have been incredibly positive and have pushed us even more to raise funds for additional hospitals across the county.

Current Program Descriptions: Angie’s Spa is pleased to be distributing $169,770.00 in grant funding all thanks to our donors. The breakdown for the 2016-2017 grant awards is as follows:

1. Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Northridge, CA – $36, 000, a continuing grant to provide FREE therapeutic massages for men and women with any type of cancer, inpatients and outpatients. In addition Northridge has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $2000.

2. Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT – $22,500, a continuing grant to provide FREE therapeutic massages, acupuncture, reflexology and yoga for all as well as manicures and haircuts for inpatients. In addition, Hartford has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $2,500.

3. Lynn Cancer Center at Boca Raton Regional Hospital – $19,125.00 a continuing grant to provide FREE therapeutic massage for men and women with any type of cancer. In addition, Lynn Cancer Center has been offered a matching fundraiser grant of up to $2,000.

4. HealthAlliance Hospital of UMass Memorial Medical Center, Fitchburg MA – $10,000.00- a continuing grant providing FREE therapeutic massages, acupuncture and therapeutic yoga for outpatients.

5. MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston TX – $24,000 for a continuing grant to provide FREE massage therapy and Acupuncture services for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Services also offered to caregivers of patients.

6. University of Florida Medical Center at Jacksonville, Jacksonville,FL – $19,000 for a continuing grant to provide free therapeutic massages to cancer patients undergoing oncology therapy at the hospital. In addition, UF Jacksonville has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $2,000. The UF Jacksonville Hospital primarily serves an inner-city area with very low-income, medically indigent individuals.

7. Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, MD – $8,550 for a new grant to provide FREE therapeutic massage to men and women with any type of cancer. In addition, Mercy Hospital has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $2,000.

8. Simms Mann Cancer Center at UCLA-$10,000 for a new grant to provide FREE therapeutic massage to men and women with any type of cancer.