About Thomas

Thomas Matthew Miloscia was very blessed to be born into the love filled home of Christine and Joe Miloscia on October 21, 1996. His two year old brother, Stephen, was waiting to meet him and 19 months later Thomas’ younger brother and best friend, Matthew, was born. Then came the three sisters; Noelle, Christiana and Arabella.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide financial and emotional assistance to adolescent and young adult cancer patients. Additionally, we seek to memorialize Thomas by funding a scholarship in his name at his alma mater.

Cancer Support

Our foundation provides grants directly to cancer patients between the ages of 13 – 39 to help ease the financial burden cancer places on a family. We also provide Gift in Kind items to local hospitals to make the patients stay in the hospital a little more bearable. Additionally, we sponsor programs that help families such as summer camp and our “be a bright spot” gift bags are intended to bring a ray of sunshine to cancer patients.

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Chaminade Scholarship

Chaminade High School in Mineola, NY is a catholic school for young men in grades 9 – 12. Not only was Chaminade a source of strength and compassion during Thomas’ illness, Thomas embodied the character, faith and fortitude that should be the model for every Chaminade student. For this reason, a significant goal of the Thomas Matthew Miloscia Foundation is to fund a scholarship in Thomas’ name.

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Our Board

Agata Gajewski-Sathi

President

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Christine Miloscia

Communicating Secretary

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Audra Berroyer

Treasurer

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The Thomas Matthew Miloscia Foundation relies on the generous donations from our supporters, and we’re committed to offering total financial transparency. We make our yearly financial records available to the public so that our donors can feel fully confident in the work that we do.

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Testimonials

Bro. Thomas Cleary

Chaminade is truly indebted to the Thomas Miloscia Foundation, not only for the scholarship assistance they provide to our students, but more importantly for keeping Thomas’ memory and smile alive! The impact that Thomas had when he was among us continues to grow and shine light in our world!

Linda Bily

MA, CSA, OPN-CG

Director, Cancer Patient Advocacy & Community Outreach Stony Brook University Cancer Center

I had the pleasure of meeting with Michelle Milano from the foundation this winter. The Miloscia Foundation graciously donated gift cards to our oncology patients to purchase food, necessities or holiday gifts. This type of donation helps alleviate a bit of the financial burden of cancer. Michelle and her team couldn’t have been more gracious.

Cindy Rodriguez 

MSEd, CCLS

Director, child Life and Creative Arts Program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center

Thank you for your generous donation of fifteen Xbox One consoles, hats, and tote bags to the Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center, in honor of Thomas Matthew Mioscia. Our goal is to minimize stress for children, infants through adolescents, who are coping with hospitalization and illness. You have helped us to meet this goal by offering our patients a variety of enjoyable activities.

Thanks to your had work and generosity, patients on our Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Unit will have an Xbox One to enjoy. As you know, a hospital stay can seem long and tedious, with much of the time spent waiting for medical treatment. The Xbox One games will bring much fun and relaxation to our patients during their stay. Your gifts help to normalize the hospital environment for our children.

The Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy program is able to improve the lives of hospitalized children because of your generous support. We are truly grateful for the time and effort you have given to collect these items four our patients to enjoy. Thank you.

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    Additional Support

    In our effort to provide as much support as possible to young adult cancer patients and their families, the TMMF has compiled a list of institutions and organizations that offer support and services related to our mission. If the Thomas Miloscia foundation can’t offer you direct support, we hope that we can connect you with the resources you need most.

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