The CAP Foundation’s See, Test & Treat® grant supports our flagship program, which offers free cervical and breast cancer screening, with same day results, to women in need. Volunteer pathologists partner with a clinical care team, provide screening and results to women. Additionally, attendees and their families receive health-focused education.

Purpose

  • Reduce barriers to cervical and breast cancer screening
  • Increase the number of women receiving these screenings and needed follow-up care
  • Further early detection and treatment of cervical and breast cancers
  • Decrease anxiety related to test results and potential next steps

Programs are expected to do the following:

Eligibility

Open to CAP members who have been invited to apply for a See, Test & Treat grant. All applicants will be considered regardless of age, race, gender, national origin.

The pathologist leader must be part of the on-site health care team providing the diagnostic services at the See, Test & Treat program. Award funding will only be made to a 501(c)3 organization.

Details

See, Test & Treat – 2018 Request for Application (RFA)

As See, Test & Treat continues to demonstrate its impact on communities across the United States, we are experiencing an overwhelming response to host programs in many communities.

With over 30 programs in our 2018 pipeline, we are instituting a vetting process to determine the See, Test & Treat programs for next year.

The 2018 See, Test & Treat RFA period will open on Thursday, June 15, 2017 and close at 5:00 pm CT on Friday, August 18, 2017. All sites wanting to host a program and apply for See, Test & Treat funding in 2018, must submit the following two documents by the August 18, 2017 deadline:

    1. Prescreening questionnaire
    2. Program/Grant application

The CAP Foundation will continue to offer grants of up to $20,000 to support See, Test & Treat program expenses that other grants and in-kind donations do not cover. As See, Test & Treat continues to expand, we look to repeat programs to become more self-sustaining and actively pursue other sources of funding in addition to securing in-kind donations in the areas of refreshments/food, supplies, promotion and publicity.