Good Days exists to improve the health and quality of life of patients with chronic diseases, including cancer and other life-altering conditions. The cost of medications to treat chronic disease can be staggering, adding to the despair and suffering of these patients. At Good Days our mission is to ensure no one has to choose between getting the medication they need and affording the necessities of everyday living.
We help patients suffering from chronic medical conditions who have limited financial means get access to the medications they need. Our program helps qualified patients pay their insurance co-pays so they can get immediate access to prescription medications that will give them relief from pain and suffering.
Our Attributes for Success
Good Days from CDF strives to maintain complete transparency for both our donors and partners. For further information, feel free to view and download our 990 Financial Statements (available in PDF format) and review our Funding and Corporate Disclosure information below.
- 2013 Annual Report
- 2013 990
- 2012 990
- 2011 Annual Report
- 2011 Audited Financials
- 2011 990
- 2010 Annual Report
- 2010 990
- OIG Opinion
Donations to Good Days from CDF are made through a number of sources in and outside of the healthcare industry, including corporate and individual contributors. As a leading patient assistance organization, we operate within a complex regulatory framework. The regulations governing the healthcare industry, as well as favorable Advisory Options that the Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued to Good Days from CDF, set specific standards that must be meet in order to stay fully compliant with applicable laws. In accordance with OIG opinion, Good Days from CDF does not disclose the identity of its donors.
Good Days from CDF is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is not controlled or influenced by any of its donors. The patient assistance Good Days provides is based on objective criteria that is applied consistently and in accordance with applicable laws.