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The Corporate Angel Network, Inc. (CAN), established in 1981, enables cancer patients to obtain optimum treatment at approved medical facilities often far from their homes. There is no cost to the patients because they use the empty seats on corporate aircraft operating on business flights.

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Patient Qualifications:

  • Must be able to walk up the aircraft stairs unassisted.
  • Must not require special services en route such as oxygen or IV's.
  • Must provide a recent doctor's name, address and telephone number.
  • May be the bone marrow or blood platelet donor.
  • Should make backup transportation plans.
  • May bring along an adult companion, and both parents may accompany a child if space permits.
  • Does not need to meet any financial need criteria.

CAN allows patients to travel in comfort and dignity, spared the stresses of commercial air travel. CAN has already flown nearly 10,000 patients through the cooperation and generosity of 550 participating corporations.
Corporate Angel Network
Westchester County Airport, One Loop Road
White Plains, NY 10604
CALL 914-328-1313
For more information visit:

E-mail to: Corporate Angel Network


Hope Air

Assists Canadians from every province, from all walks of life, from all age groups and representing a wide variety of illnesses.
More than 35,000 flights arranged since founded in 1986.
Flights arranged using empty and/or donated seats on commercial and corporate aircraft and through Hope Air's innovative Volunteer Pilot Program.

Provides 24-hour back up for the Province of Ontario's organ retrieval program.

In 2000/01, arranged 4,571 flights, valued at more than $2,200,000 (based on average fares provided by the airlines and donated volunteer flights).

Hope Air is dedicated to arranging free air transportation for Canadians who are sick and in financial need, requiring non-emergency medical care outside of their home communities.
To ensure that no Canadian is denied appropriate medical care for lack of access to air transportation.

Visit the Hope Air website

By mail:
Procter & Gamble Building,
4711 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario
M2N 6K8
Phone: 416-222-6335
Fax: 416-222-6930


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