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UCF's mission is to changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults and their loves ones, as they fight cancer and embrace survivorship.
1. To provide young adults and their families with a unique and comprehensive system of support.
2. To provide support programs, education and resources, free of charge, to benefit young adults, their families and friends, who are affected by cancer.
3. To promote awareness and prevention of cancer.
Recognized as one of The 2011 & 2012 Baltimore Business Journal’s Best Places to Work
Recognized as one of the Best of Business 2013 by the Small Business Community Association
Received a Top Rated award by Great Nonprofits in 2013
“NO WAY, IT CAN’T BE” a guidebook for young adults facing cancer. Doug Ulman and his mother Diana wrote this guidebook as a resource for individuals dealing with cancer from the initial diagnosis through long-term survivorship. The guidebook, originally written in a short, pamphlet form, has been posted on The Fund’s website since 1997. Over the past 5 years the guidebook has been expanded to its current length of 58 pages. It provides its readers with a plethora of information pertaining to how young adults, their family and friends, affected by cancer can face the challenges that lie ahead.
A generous grant from the Lance Armstrong Foundation has given the UCF the ability to provide the guidebook free of charge.
You can download a free copy of the guidebook by posting this address into your web browser: http://www.ulmanfund.org/Get-Informed/UCF-Resource-Publications/Young-Adult-Guidebook-NO-WAY-It-Cant-Be.aspx