NEWS

We recently completed the application for the Amazon Smile program, and are happy to announce that if you have an Amazon addiction (who doesn't, right?) that you can now make the Foundation your charity of choice.

 

What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization, in this case, US!

 

To sign up, smile.amazon.com, look for the "Or pick your own charitable organization" option and use the search bar for "Magnolia Foundation Nashville, TN" - and click select!

Apply for Assistance Here

What exactly does support mean?  For us it is simple.  If you have a financial need (we will need you to prove that by providing some basic financial information) - we are here to cut you a check, period. And quickly. You will hear from us within 14 business days for any additional questions, and no more than one week for a yes or a no on assistance.

You can use the money for ANYTHING related to your families fight against cancer.  Travel, bills, food, education, whatever.  What we ask for in return is simple.  The ability to tell your story to our donors on this website and in our annual reporting.

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THE MAGNOLIA FOUNDATION IS A 501C3 DEDICATED TO THE SUPPORT OF PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES BATTLING BELOW THE BELT CANCERS.

 

The Magnolia Foundation was created by Joanna and Mark Montgomery to support patients and their families battling below the belt cancers.

Named after their daughter, Magnolia Grace Montgomery, who arrived three weeks early via emergency c-section, perfectly healthy. During the delivery, a mass was discovered on Joanna’s Fallopian tube. A few tests later, it was confirmed that Joanna had stage 3C cancer, and it had spread aggressively. As Joanna wrote on the first post of a new blog she began to chronicle a new journey:

“If it weren’t for her, they may not have found the cancer inside me until it had progressed much further. It may just turn out that she saved my life.”

And she did, for far too short a time.  Joanna passed in July of 2015, nearly 4 years after being diagnosed.  Another victim of cancer…

The fight continues.

The Foundation is here to extend the impact she had on an untold number of people globally, to support families, and to do it utilizing a variety of funding sources including earned income.