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Dragonfly Foundation

Last Update:10/20/2017
Address:9275 Governors Way
Cincinnati, OH 45249
County:Out of state
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The Dragonfly Foundation helps young cancer and bone marrow transplant patients find strength, courage, and joy.

The Dragonfly Foundation provides distractions from the emotional, physical, and financial toll of cancer and bone marrow transplants. We also work to establish connections and community at a time when patients, siblings, and caregivers need it most.
Program Description
Eligibility:  Cancer and bone marrow transplant (BMT) patients of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Dayton Children's Hospital, or other partner hospitals in the Chicago area. Patients must be between birth to age 30.

Services fall into three main areas:
  1. Gifts for the Hospital, Patients and Families/Caregivers - Distractions (toys, electronics, video games and more) and gifts provided directly to the hospital and to patients, both in and outpatient. Care Bags [bags include personal care items, office (file folder, pens, dry erase board, etc.) and laundry supplies, a hospital in-room meal card and our tips book.]
  2. Psycho-social Events and Entertainment - on average 5 Patient/Family Events per week. Events using donated tickets and suites at various venues (suites are especially important to our kids with compromised immune systems).  Dragonfly-sponsored annual events, such as our Picnic, Kings Island Day, Fall Fest, and more!
  3. Emotional Health, Awareness and Support Programs - The Landing: A 6,000 sq. ft. clubhouse for patients and families (“Every Dragonfly Needs A Place To Land”). It is a great place for our families to connect with one another.
Bone Marrow Diseases/Transplant
Family Support
Counties Serviced
Out of state
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail:

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