Since 2006, The Singletons has provided hope, help, and practical day-to-day support to more than 300 single parents undergoing active cancer treatment, and their 1000+ children. Not only are we meeting their needs today, but we are also providing hope for tomorrow.

Depending on their situation, families may receive our support services for just a month or two, up to a year or for many years to come. The unique assistance we provide is given at varying levels.

We provide financial assistance on a first come first serve basis as funds are available each month while our Kitchen, Bare Necessities, Kids programs and other support services provide for 70+ families a month.

Your support is needed so that we may continue having a positive impact on the families we serve and to help us maintain the level of care The Singletons has become known for!

  • To qualify, participants must:

    Be recovering from a cancer-related surgery (not including reconstructive); or actively receiving chemotherapy, radiation or related cancer treatment that affects the ability to work or adequately maintain the household

  • Provide treatment information including a signed document from the consulting doctor

  • Be living a single lifestyle with no significant other living in the home

  • Have child(ren) under 18 years old and in custody of parent living in the same home as participant at least 50% of the time

  • Pediatrics must have been under 18 at time of diagnosis.

  • Pediatrics must be under 21 years old and in the custody of a parent living in the same home.

Parents On Service

Parents Spotlights

Mom Amber and Sister

Parent Spotlight ~ Mom Amber

Meet Amber, a single mom of a high school boy who is dealing with her second diagnosis of breast cancer.  We met Amber in 2012 after she was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer.   She came back to us last year with the news that her cancer…
Mom Tiffany & Daughter

Parent Spotlight ~ Mom Tiffany

Tiffany Montgomery is a Singleton Mom who first joined us in 2011 after her beginning her second battle with cancer. In 2004, Tiffany was initially diagnosed with stage one breast cancer while she was pregnant with her beautiful daughter. Because…
Mom Amelia

Parent Spotlight ~ Mom Amelia

When Amelia’s son was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in late 2012, Amelia threw herself into his treatment and care. Little did she know that a few months down the road, she would be diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer. At age 27, she…
Mom Consuelo with Keeley

Parent Spotlight ~ Mom Consuelo

Consuelo was diagnosed with Endometrial Cancer a few years ago. After several reoccurrences, she has been told that her type of cancer is incurable, she will live with it for the rest of her life. That diagnosis has given her the energy she…