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ZERO360 is a free, comprehensive patient support service to help patients and their families navigate insurance and financial obstacles to cover treatment and other critical needs associated with cancer.

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Give the Gift of Hope this Giving Tuesday

When you support ZERO on Giving Tuesday, you give hope to patients, survivors, caregivers, and families. Hope is a treatment breakthrough. Hope is not having to worry about bills. Hope is knowing someone is in your corner. Hope is access to the same healthcare as your neighbor. Hope is knowing there are options. For those living in despair, GIVE HOPE.

Support ZERO on Giving Tuesday and your gift will be triple-matched!

Giving Tuesday is a worldwide celebration of philanthropy where YOU can support the causes that mean the most to you. On November 29, we ask that you support ZERO. We are counting on committed community members like you to help us make this Giving Tuesday the most impactful yet.

Now is your chance to give BIG and TRIPLE your giving. A special Giving Tuesday fund is triple matching every dollar to help give hope to more patients in need. Hear what hope means to prostate cancer patients in the video below.

When you give generously this Giving Tuesday, your gift will be TRIPLED to:

  • Provide patients access to prostate cancer educational materials, webinars, and up-to-date disease information. 
  • Connect patients in need with personalized solutions to help secure financial and emotional support, resolve insurance appeals, or cross-check insurance benefits. 
  • Give patients hope for a better tomorrow through efforts to increase federal funding for prostate cancer research, bringing breakthrough treatment advances, new therapies, and medications.
  • Remove barriers and provide critical support for those at the highest risk for the disease who suffered inequities for too long.