Kathi Koll brings a unique perspective to the universal experience of caregiving, and offers valuable lessons on how caregivers can improve the quality of their lives and by doing so, improve the quality of care they give others.
Donna Benton | PhD, director, USC Family Caregiver Support Center
Kathi’s passion and her tremendous empathy for caregivers is not only a source of inspiration, but provides valuable education and first‐hand insight into how families can cope with a life changing event.
Michael Brant-Zawadzki, MD, FACR, Executive Medical Director, Hoag Neurosciences Institute

Kathi's Caregivers Program & Application

Through the Kathi’s Caregivers Program, the foundation offers short-term financial subsidies for caregivers in need.

To be considered for the Kathi’s Caregivers Program, the caregiver must be a full or part-time family caregiver and be able to demonstrate financial hardship.

To apply for a grant, please download and fill out the application as well as the HIPPA Compliance Waiver Form. All applications are reviewed and considered in a timely manner.

For additional assistance please review these suggested tips and resources:

TIP: Protecting your loved ones from cybercrime and internet scams is important but sometimes your loved ones’ mailbox can also be an invitation for scams! You can reduce fraud risk by getting rid of junk mail. Stopping the junk mail being sent to your older adult’s house is crucial for reducing their fraud risk. It also reduces the risk that someone with early dementia would repeatedly donate to multiple charities, sign up for many credit cards, or spend an excessive amount through catalog purchases. Read this helpful article from DailyCaring.com to find out how to stop the junk mail.

TIP: Always be prepared for whatever life brings your way! Remember to keep your medical information handy on an emergency information card that stays with you at all times. Include your insurance company (phone, group, and ID numbers), medications, doctor’s name and number, and the phone numbers and email addresses of important contacts (children, spouse, friends, etc.). Remember to update it when the information changes. This card could save your life by providing vital information a doctor might need in an emergency. This sample Emergency Information Sheet may be downloaded for use by any caregiver.