b'60+ Funds Covered a Variety of Disease AreasFunds Open During 2021In 2021, the HealthWell Foundation continued to operate more than 60 funds inAcromegalyAcute Myeloid Leukemiaa variety of disease areas, including multiple funds in oncology and our specialAdrenal Insufficiencyinitiative funds in behavioral health and pediatrics. We launched or re-openedAmyloidosisAmyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis18 funds, including new funds toANCA-Associated Vasculitis, and Granulomatosis assist Medicare patients livingwith Polyangiitis (formerly Wegeners)Asthmawith Myelodysplastic Syndromes,53% of public healthBladder and Urothelial Cancer - Medicare AccessNeurocognitive Disease withBone Metastases - Medicare AccessPsychosis, Pancreatic Cancer andworkers reportedBreast Cancer - Medicare AccessCancer-Related Behavioral HealthPulmonary Hypertension.symptoms of at leastChemotherapy Induced Neutropenia - Medicare AccessChronic Heart Failure - Medicare AccessHealthWell was proud to provideone mental healthChronic Lymphocytic Leukemiafinancial assistance to the families ofChronic Myeloid Leukemia - Medicare Accessover 1,170 children living with chroniccondition in 2021. Colorectal Carcinoma - Medicare AccessCongenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiencyor life-altering conditions throughSource: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Frontline Health Care Workers Behavioral Healthour HealthWell Pediatric AssistanceCOVID-19 Insurance Premium Payment Fund in 2021. We also assistedAssistanceCushings Diseasemore than 130 oncology patients seeking behavioral health services through ourCystic Fibrosis TreatmentsCancer-Related Behavioral Health Fund. Cystic Fibrosis Vitamins and SupplementsCytomegalovirus Disease - Prevention and Helping Frontline Health Care Workers Cope TreatmentDupuytrens DiseaseTraumatic events can have serious, long-term effects on mental wellbeing, andGiant Cell Arteritis or Temporal Arteritis - Medicare Accessaccessing mental health care was a challenge in 2021, especially for those in theGout - Medicare Accesshealth care industry. In fact, 18 percent of frontline health care workers thoughtGout Travel Fundthey needed mental health care services or medications last year but did not getHead and Neck Cancer - Medicare AccessHepatitis Cthem. For 16 percent of those who did not seek such care, it was because of cost. HomocystinuriaHypercholesterolemia - Medicare AccessHyperoxaluriaImmunosuppressive Treatment for Solid Organ Transplant Recipients-MedicareAccess We applaud the HealthWell Foundation forLambert-Eaton Myasthenic SyndromeMacular Degeneration (Wet and Dry)recognizing the paramount need for frontlineMantle Cell LymphomaMelanoma - Medicare AccessMovement Disorders - Medicare Accesshealth care workers who are going to heroicMultiple Myeloma - Medicare AccessMultiple Sclerosis - Medicare Accessmeasures to save the lives of those impactedMyelodysplastic Syndromes - Medicare AccessNeurocognitive Disease with Psychosis - by COVID-19 by providing a vital financialMedicare AccessNon-Small Cell Lung Cancer - Medicare Accessresource that will enable them to obtain criticalNontuberculous Mycobacterium - Medicare Accessbehavioral health services. Ovarian Cancer - Medicare AccessPancreatic Cancer - Medicare AccessSusan GurleyPediatric AssistancePeyronies DiseaseExecutive Director, Anxiety and Depression Association of America PorphyriasPost Menopausal Osteoporosis - Medicare AccessProstate Cancer - Medicare AccessHealthWell recognized the unmet needs of frontline health care workers andPulmonary FibrosisPulmonary Hypertension - Medicare Accesslaunched the COVID-19 Frontline Health Care Workers Behavioral Health FundRenal Cell Carcinoma - Medicare Accessto provide assistance for behavioral health treatments for those who have beenSecondary HyperparathyroidismSickle Cell Diseaseimpacted by the COVID-19 health crisis. Small Cell Lung Cancer - Medicare AccessSystemic Lupus ErythematosusTardive Dyskinesia - Medicare AccessUrea Cycle DisordersUrticariaWilms TumorHEALTHWELL FOUNDATION 2021 ANNUAL REPORT PAGE 9'