There’s wisdom in the medicine of both worlds
We need to utilize every tool available in the fight against cancer, which include integrative medical treatments such as acupuncture, massage therapy and yoga. There is mounting clinical evidence showing the effectiveness of these methods in reducing the pain, stress & anxiety cancer patients go through during treatment.
100% of your donation goes directly to providing relief to cancer patients
We’re showing cancer how we take care of people while they struggle against it. Coming together because we share a common goal—to help treat cancer patients, we will not stop until we’ve helped as many patients as possible.
Why? Because we understand the profound joy of helping others. And these treatments, though generally accepted as important adjuncts for most medical illnesses, are not covered by insurance companies.
Angie’s Spa was named in memory of Angie Levy, who tragically lost her life to metastatic breast cancer in November of 2007 at the young age of 36. Diagnosed at age 27, Angie spent the next 9 years trying to live a normal life while waging the long battle for remission and a cure. During that time, in spite of her illness, she was able to graduate from Wharton School of Business, further her career at the banking firm JP Morgan and participate in a number of meaningful charities. It was Angie’s upbeat attitude and love for life’s small indulgences that inspired the idea of Angie’s Spa. We know Angie would have loved the idea of doing something so beneficial for a patient undergoing cancer treatment.
Meet our grateful patients
We receive messages all the time from patients whose lives are changed by people like you, people who support the mission of Angie’s Spa Cancer Foundation.
100% of the over $1,000,000 we’ve raised has gone directly to provide relief
It feels good to say that. We’ve succeeded in providing all of the donations we’ve received from caring individuals like yourself directly to the hospital programs we fund. Our goal is to double our donations by 2019 so we can provide more relief for our patients.