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Together, we can lower out-of-pocket healthcare costs

Want to do more to help people with life-threatening, chronic, and rare diseases get access to the treatment they need? You can support our important work—and the people we serve. Keep reading to find out how to get involved today.

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Get the latest news on our financial assistance programs, advocacy efforts, partnership opportunities and more.

Share your story

Has PAN helped you or someone you care about? When you share your story, you give hope to others with life-threatening, chronic, or rare diseases and help us raise awareness about the healthcare affordability crisis.

Become an advocate

Deciding whether to purchase food or medicine shouldn’t be a common occurrence. Unfortunately, for many Americans, it is. Join us to advocate for healthcare that’s affordable and accessible to all.


Together, we can remove financial barriers to help patients start and stay on treatment. Stand with us to support the millions of people who struggle to pay their out-of-pocket costs and ensure they can get the critical treatment they need.

Make a gift

$15 pays for

one day of metastatic breast cancer treatment

$50 pays for

one week of asthma medication

$75 pays for

one month of treatment for heart failure

Other ways to give

You can also support PAN by donating through your employer’s matching gifts program, making a gift in your will, selecting us as your charity of choice through AmazonSmile or setting up a Facebook fundraiser.

Make a corporate donation

U.S. businesses play an important role in helping patients access essential healthcare services. We accept corporate and foundation gifts of cash and grants.

Partner with us

We work with patient advocacy groups and policy leaders to connect people to comprehensive support and to amplify our collective voice on behalf of those we serve.

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