Nancy Ballard or Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo featured on Bay Area Proud
San Francisco Woman, Saddened By Drab Chemotherapy Treatment Rooms, Starts Mission To Brighten Cancer Patients' Visits Read more.
Former Giants pitcher, cancer survivor helps with St. Francis project
Former Giants pitcher Dave Dravecky -- who was diagnosed with cancer in 1989 and had his left arm amputated -- helped RTR4C put finishing touches on St. Francis Hospital's chemotherapy treatment rooms. Read more.
Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo
RTR4C is so grateful for the support of doctors, designers, musicians, politicians, volunteers, and of course the community who collectively make it possible for us to transform chemotherapy rooms into true healing environments.
Your generous and loving donation helps us continue our work to facilitate healing and comfort for those battling cancer. Will you be a champion for their cause?
Since our founding in May 2011, our transformed chemotherapy treatment facilities host over 800,000+ patient visits per year in the United States and in El Salvador.
Rooms that Rock 4 Chemo mobilizes compassionate artists, designers, and volunteers to transform chemotherapy treatment facilities into vibrant, beautiful spaces that encourage healing and hope for all who are affected by cancer. We envision a world in which all who are touched by cancer — regardless of income, geography, background, or age — have access to inspiring and hopeful chemotherapy treatment facilities that support the healing process. Read more…