COVID-19 Coronavirus

We are here for you. We want to take this opportunity to reassure you all that while this unprecedented global pandemic will certainly impact our organization and many others in our communities, we remain committed to our important work that no family should have to choose between medical care and groceries. The DONNA CareLine is open and ready to serve families living with breast cancer. Our team is taking the necessary precautions to contain and prevent the spread of COVID-19, including relocation to virtual work sites. While there may be situational impacts to service such as increased wait and response times in the coming weeks, rest assured our service to patients is our highest priority. We are confident in our team’s ability to continue delivering financial assistance and support to those living with breast cancer.

Together we will, with love over fear.
Amanda Napolitano, Executive Director



Knowing that many of you are high-risk during this challenging season, we wanted to take a minute and be intentional abut practicing FACTS. For specific questions, facts, and expert advice on how to care for yourself, each of these links have excellent information. We will continue to add to this resource library as we learn more.

Mayo Clinic News Network

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

National Comprehensive Cancer Network

InfoMama (Spanish content available)

American Cancer Society

COVID-19 Emergency Food Assistance Program

Northeast Florida Resources

AT&T – COVID-19 resources and access for low-income customers

Baptist Health $25 telemedicine visit

Comcast – Free internet access for low-income customers

COVID-19 Quarantine activities for families and caregivers

ElderSource COVID-19 resources for caregivers

Free education software for virtual instruction

United Way 2-1-1 Services for COVID-19