What We Do

Through multiple fundraising initiatives, Lindsay’s family has funds available that will help women with financial barriers get prompt, expert medical attention required to diagnose and treat Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC). Lindsay’s Legacy Fund was established in April 2020 and is held at the Genesis Health Services Foundation. Learn More Here
Financial assistance is available for inflammatory breast cancer expenses, such as:
  • Diagnostic imaging or other tests (ultrasound, punch biopsy, MRI or PET scans)
  • Medical consultations
  • Radiation or chemotherapy out-of-pocket costs
  • Oral treatment medication (e.g. chemotherapy, hormone therapy, etc.)
  • Travel expenses (airfare, hotel) for initial assessment, treatment or clinical trials

We don't pay directly to any individual.  Examples of costs we do not assist 
with include:

  • Household expenses or mortgage payments
  • Car payments

If you or a loved one is showing signs or symptoms of IBC, please reach out to us for more information
and support. Assistance will be limited on an individualized, case-by-case basis, dependent on
patient circumstances and funds available.

Lindsay's Legacy Fund



About Lindsay

The very last words you ever want to hear….you have cancer. Our fighter, Lindsay Marie Thul, heard those devastating words at the young age of 28 after two weeks of experiencing a sore and inflamed breast. While we all fell to pieces around her, Lindsay never lost hope. Educating herself about her disease, Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC), became her primary mission and focus. Understanding that this form of breast cancer is the rarest and most aggressive type only ignited her desire to exhaust every option available, and be “the one in a million to beat it”.
Unfortunately, on February 1, 2017, only 10 months after being diagnosed, Lindsay lost her battle, but her hope lives on. Lindsay’s Legacy Fund brings hope to those who need it most. Women experiencing IBC symptoms that need help paying for their diagnostic tests, or assistance with airfare to get to one of the country’s leading IBC medical facilities. That is what this Fund is for. Lindsay had hope for the future, and she would want other women to have the means to hope for survival.

How To Apply

If you or a loved one is experiencing signs or symptoms of Inflammatory Breast Cancer (click HERE for symptoms), and meet income guidelines (HERE), you may be eligible for financial help to pay medical bills or for travel through Lindsay’s Legacy Fund. Simply fill out the form below with the required information and we will contact you immediately.

Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Information and Resources

Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) is a rare and very aggressive disease in which cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast.  This type of breast cancer is called “inflammatory” because the breast often looks swollen and red, or “inflamed.”
IBC is highly fatal and is not typically discovered by mammogram and often occurs prior to standard breast cancer screening age recommendations.
Learn More Here:
The IBC Network Foundation

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