Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation

Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation

Phone: 1-671-472-6854
Fax: 1-671-472-6853
Email: emccancerfoundation@gmail.com
Website: http://www.guamisgood.org/
Types of Services Offered: Counseling Services, Information & Referral, Legal Advocacy & Resources, Medical & Health Services, Education & Training, Support Services, Public Assistance Services
Category: Non-Profit

The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation

After being diagnosed with cancer, Edward M. Calvo longed to return to Guam to be in the company of the rest of his family and friends. This disease robbed him of this opportunity. During his battle, he bore pain so excruciating that doctors marveled at how he could suffer silently for so long. His unwavering faith, the comfort of family members, and competent and compassionate care providers in adequate care facilities helped him through his most difficult days.

During treatment, cancer patients deserve to be surrounded by friends and family with the comforts our beautiful island of Guam – our home. The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation will strive to provide this opportunity.
Mission Statement

The Foundation’s mission is to provide financial grants to those battling cancer in our local community. Since its inception in 2004, The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation has given over $1,000,000 in grants to local residents battling cancer. This support has only been possible through the generosity of our community.

Why Guam is Good?

Edward M. Calvo's parting words to his mother who sat by his bedside during his final moments were, "I love you Mom. Guam is good." Though simple, this phrase spoke volumes about Eddie's love for his home and his desire to return there. They are words that have echoed in the memories of those close to him after his passing. It is because of his profound love for his home that we are continuing his legacy through the Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation. He realized the importance of keeping Guam close to your heart and we hope through the efforts of the foundation, we reach out to those in our local community battling this disease. Guam is Good!

Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.

How Can The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation Help?

The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation provides an annual grant of $500.00 to anyone in our Guam community receiving treatment for cancer. These grants may be used for medical supplies, medical expenses, travel expenses, medication or treatment.

To apply for a grant, please complete the Patient Services Application Form and return the application, along with a copy of a photo identification and physician's diagnosis to the EMCCF Office located at 138 Martyr Street in Hagatna. You may also fax the application and documents to our office at 472.6854. If you are unable to access the Application Form from our website, you may pick up a form at our office in Hagatna.


 “Guam is Good” wristbands are available at the Two Lovers' Point gift shop, DNA and DNA Evolution (both located in the Plaza shopping center in Tumon). Wristbands may be purchased online soon.

Marissa Gubat


138 Martyr Street, Hagatna, GUAM, GUAM

138 Martyr Street, Hagatna, GUAM, GUAM



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The Cancer Information Services
The Cancer Information Services is a Program of the National Cancer Institute and is the nation's leading source of cancer information and education for patients, their families, health professionals, and the general public.
People from Guam and CNMI can also call by phone toll free, Tuesdays through Saturdays, from 5:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., to the CIS to speak with a Cancer Information Specialist.  The toll free phone number is: "1-800-4-CANCER" or 1-800-422-6237.
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    The Cancer Information Services
    UOG Cancer Research Center,
    Dean's Circle, House #7, Mangilao
Website: www.cancer.gov

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