Only the beginning…

Now in our 10th year, our family has grown to 9 programs in select hospitals across the country. Most hospitals raise money to supplement our grants. We are continually striving to add more programs to more hospitals while spreading awareness of the power of integrative medicine. Meet our current 9 programs.

Northridge Hospital Medical Center (Northridge, CA)

For 2017-2018, we’ve given $38,000 as a continuing grant to provide 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.

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Hartford Hospital (Hartford, CT)

Our continuing grant of $22,500 is to provide 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.

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Bon Secours St. Francis Cancer Center (Greenville, SC)

One of our newest programs to be added. Our grant for 2017-2018 is $10,000 to fund yoga and massages, along with a $2,500 match.

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UF Florida Health (Jacksonville, FL)

We’ve given a $18,000 continuing grant to provide free therapeutic massages to cancer patients, including children, undergoing oncology therapy at the hospital. In addition, UF Jacksonville has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $1,500. The UF Jacksonville Hospital primarily serves an inner-city area with very low-income, medically indigent individuals.

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Lynn Cancer Center at Boca Raton Regional Hospital (Boca Raton, FL)

We are funding an $18,000 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 $1,500.

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UMass Memorial Health Alliance-Clinton Hospital (Fitchburg, MA)

For 2017-2018, we are giving $15,500 as a continuing grant, providing free therapeutic massages, acupuncture and music therapy for outpatients. In addition, they have been offered a matching fundraiser grant of up to $2,000.

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M.D. Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX)

We have given a continuing grant of $24,000 to provide free relaxation massages for both cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and caregivers.

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Creticos Cancer Center of Advocate Masonic Health (Chicago, IL)

One of our newest partners in the fight against cancer. We have given a $6,000 grant with a $1,000 match incentive for providing massages.

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Mercy Medical Center (Baltimore, MD)

We have funded a $9,000 continuing grant to provide free therapeutic massages, acupuncture, clinical skin treatments and facials cancer patients undergoing oncology treatment at their cancer center. In addition, Mercy Medical Center has been offered a matching fundraising grant of up to $2,000.

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Grateful Patient September 2017

“After my Angie’s Spa massage treatments, it was like a weight had been lifted. You don’t realize how badly you need a massage until you get one. I wanted to take a nap; it was so relaxing. From the atmosphere of the MediSpa to the people, to the treatment itself, it’s all very relaxing and welcoming.” -J.H., patient at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, MD

Grateful Patient August 2017

“Joya, massage therapist, is wonderful. Kind, empathetic and highly qualified. What a wonderful surprise for my first day of chemotherapy.”-R.K.

Grateful Patient July 2017

“I am a cancer patient at the Leavey Cancer Center who recently went through radiation treatment. I want to express my sincere gratitude to Angie’s Spa for providing services that are so incredibly helpful for somebody going through cancer treatment. It was so nice to focus on something therapeutic and calming during a period of tremendous anxiety.”

-Karen Stein, Northridge Hospital Medical Center (Northridge, CA)

Grateful Patient June 2017

“I have had six acupuncture treatments and have found a big difference in the pain. I started with pain at 10 in my arms, legs and feet and I now am down to a 2 in arms and feet. Acupuncture has made my life so much better. Hoping to continue with the treatments for the rest of the pain. I have a much better life thanks to the Angie’s Spa grant!” – Mary F, Patient at UMASS HealthAlliance