Kevin Dwares recently completed
                                   a book that was started by his 
                                   son Max, who lost his battle with
                                   Leukemia. The book, "Living to
                                   the Max" may be purchased at
                                   Amazon  or at
                                   $18. Proceeds from the book will
                                   benefit The Tomorrow Fund at
                                   Hasbro Children's Hospital and
                                   the National Foundation for

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Our volunteers donate countless hours of time and talent to help The Tomorrow Fund. Find out the ways you can help!
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Are you a Tomorrow Fund Family interested in sharing your experience with others? Did you participate or sponsor an event?
We would like to hear from you!


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Dr. Edwin Forman, Founder

Since 1985
The Tomorrow Fund is a non-profit organization located in Rhode Island that provides daily financial and emotional support to children with cancer and their families who are treated in The Tomorrow Fund Clinic located in the Edwin Forman Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Center at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, RI.  Kids can come from anywhere in the world; but they must be treated in our pediatric oncology program at Hasbro to receive our services. To date, more than 1,500 children and their families have received financial and emotional support from The Tomorrow Fund. 

In addition to supporting The Tomorrow Fund Clinic at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, The Tomorrow Fund is there providing daily monetary stipends for in-patient families; hospital parking passes for the duration of treatment; financial aid for home expenses such as heat, utilities, and rent; bone marrow transplant expenses, etc. We also fund programs that help lift the burden of parenting a child with cancer including coping, teen and bereavement support groups, parent consultants, and community education.