Who are we?
We aid local families and residents

The primary focus of The Dubois County Leukemia Association is to come to the aid of local families and residents who are experiencing the devastating effects of being diagnosed with leukemia and lymphoma, assisting nearly 500 families in the area.

Included in this support effort is to comfort, inform, educate and help offset the expenses normally not covered by insurance. Download our informative pamphlet.

Our History

Who are we?
Our History

The Dubois County Leukemia Association had its meager beginning in the mid 1980s in a waiting room at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis, Indiana when the parents of two leukemia children from Dubois County met by chance and formed a commonbond and support team for each other. From this coincidence grew an outreach and support team for other parents and relatives from the county experiencing the common fears, difficulties and challenges of leukemia.

Unfortunately state statistics show Dubois County has one of the highest rate per capita of children’s leukemia in the state. As the number of cases has grown, so has the Dubois County Leukemia Association—being incorporated in the spring of 2000 with a tax exempt status as a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization.

The Dubois County Leukemia Association officers and board of directors is made up of individuals all having a common thread of being related to past and/or present leukemia patients.

Our Mission

Why Donate?
How You Can Help

Donations stay local. Through the generosity of local businesses, individuals and fundraisers, the Dubois County Leukemia Association allocates its funding into three major areas:

Local Patient Aid

Helps offset cost that insurance companies do not cover. For example gas, hotels, travel, etc.

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Be the Match

Be the match registry is the connection between patients searching for a cure and life-saving bone marrow donors. If you are between ages 18 and 44 then patients need you.

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This includes the “Sarah Gobert Scholarship” (local scholarship) and the Memorial Hospital Pediatric Ward Endowment.

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