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Financial Request

Know someone who has ovarian or other gynecological cancer, and needs financial assistance, download the financial request form.

How to Help

We are an all volunteer organization if you would like to get involved email us or call 920.366.4672.

Leave Your Legacy

The Ovarian Cancer Community Outreach program can help your family pass on a legacy of compassion through your Will or Estate.
Click here to find out how.


Thank you to the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer organization for granting OCCO $7500. This year (15th Annual) the ride is Saturday, June 9th, ride departs at 11am. The annual motorcycle ride is a fundraiser for various cancer-related organization in the area. OCCO was fortunate again this year to be on the recipient end and are very thankful for the continued support. If you want to learn more about the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer ride, click here to learn more.


OCCO has received $1500 from the Green Bay Packers Foundation, 223 non-profits were recognized, out of 321 applicants. The Green Bay Packers Foundation has been giving back to Wisconsin’s communities since it was established in 1986 by Judge Robert J. Parins, then president of the Packers Corporation, “as a vehicle to assure continued contributions to charity.”  The Foundation, an entity independent of the Green Bay Packers, Inc., considers grant requests from charities possessing one or more of the following goals while raising the awareness of the Packers organization as a committed and contributing member of the various communities:

> Perpetuates a community environment that promotes families and the competitive value of athletics;
> Contributes to player and fan welfare;
> Ensures the safety and education of children; and/or
> Prevents cruelty to animals.


The Ovarian Cancer Community Outreach, Inc. (OCCO) donated more than $20,000 to the St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute since its inception. This generous support will help to offset the costs associated with activating and offering additional ovarian cancer clinical trials. In addition, it will help offset some of the costs of procedures required for individual patients on studies which are not billable to insurance or the patient, and need to be provided by the research program. New studies designed to find better ways to treat this devastating disease are being developed each year.  Dr. Jonathan Tammela, Gynecologic Oncologist, and the St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute are committed to making those leading edge treatments available to the patients of our region.  We deeply appreciate the OCCO's commitment to that goal as well. 

In 2013 we helped 36 women, $35,000 which means the gap of those we have not serviced is 44 or $66,000.
>  13.2% of Wisconsin population have income within our income restrictions
>  annual rate of ovarian/cervix cancers is 610 incidents
>  610 x 13.2% = 80.5 women in need of financial help
>  80.5 x $1500 annual help = $120,750 of annual support required