Welcome to The Singletons
Meeting the Needs of Today…Providing Hope for Tomorrow
Life doesn’t stop with a cancer diagnosis. The bills still need to be paid, dinners still need to be made, the house still needs essential supplies, and children still deserve a childhood. Imagine your close friend, neighbor or family member is a struggling single parent undergoing cancer treatment OR a single parent anxiously nurturing a child through a cancer diagnosis. Either scenario can create overwhelming hardships for everyone in the home.
What would you do to help?
The Singletons (formerly known as Singleton Moms) is a home grown, Arizona-based non-profit with a mighty vision. We are a community dedicated to providing hope and support to single parent families with by cancer.
What Makes Singleton Unique?
- Our Volunteers – The Singleton community thrives on diversity. Each person who walks through our doors has the opportunity to find their purpose and know that the role they play truly makes a significant difference in the lives of our Singleton Families. The generosity and love of our volunteers is second to none.
- Our Support Services – Over the years, our Singleton leadership has been thoughtful about creating a wide variety of comprehensive practical programs focused on the day-to-day needs of the entire Singleton Family being affected by cancer.
- Our Singleton Families – The strength and positivity that our Singleton Families radiate is truly touching and has served as inspiration for the continuation of our mission year after year. We are bringing light to a population that has not only been underserved but also under recognized.
Our resources are based solely upon community support. The single most impactful way you can make a difference in the lives of these families is through monetary support. Donor support allows us, through our essential programs, to reach more families in need throughout the Greater Phoenix area.
The support The Singletons provides keeps these families afloat. Most importantly, helps these brave single parents and their young children feel they are not alone.