The Singletons announced the expansion of its organization by serving a new community. Along with the additional support, the nonprofit has revamped its name and moved to a new building.

The organization opened in 2006 to serve single parents, both moms and dads, battling cancer and offering them assistance for their day-to-day needs. This year the program extended its services to single parents with children battling cancer through a new program called Singleton Peds. Growing the Singleton family has prompted the organization to create a more inclusive name.

“I wanted to create a name that truly reflected the entire population we serve while still honoring my dear friend Michelle Singleton,” said Jody Farley founder of The Singletons.

Farley founded Singleton Moms after her friend who was a single mother was diagnosed with cancer and realized there were limited resources for her during that difficult time. 

“With the expansion of the program our goal was to provide support to entire families. Not just moms but dads and children as well,” said Farley. 

In addition to working with single parents, Singleton Peds offers support to children 21 and younger with cancer who live with a single parent. They are eligible to receive assistance including financial assistance, toiletries and household items.

The new Singleton facility is located at 2501 W. Behrend Drive in Phoenix. The ever expanding organization needed more space in order to service more families.

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