Treatmint Box offers gifts for cancer patients and survivors. It is the first-ever subscription service dedicated to cancer patients, survivors and caregivers.

Our mission is simply to provide a rock solid way for friends and family to show their support and stay connected when it’s hard to relate.

Kimberly Fink

Founder, CEO

TREATMiNT founder Kimberly Fink was knee-deep in prop styling when she was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2011 at age 32. After battling her way through surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, she entered remission resolved to improve the experience for future patients.

Utilizing her former colleagues and contacts in the design industry, Kimberly created TREATMiNT to provide gifts for cancer patients that are beautifully crafted, with curated products specific to the needs of cancer survivors. It’s a way for patients to feel the support of their loved ones throughout their journeys.

Today, Kimberly lives in Philadelphia with her husband and son. She advises newly diagnosed cancer patients to avoid the internet. “Stop googling your cancer type and focusing on survival rates. Focus instead on what you can do today to stay positive. Take things one day at a time.”

Ty Burrowbridge

Founding Member
Chief Product Officer & Growth Architect

Ty and Kimberly go way back. Ty was one of the first people Kimberly met when she moved to Philadelphia. Ty had just founded a digital agency and was doing amazing work for people like Urban Outfitters, Universal Records, and KRAFT.

More recently, Ty was founder and CEO of the startup SuperMighty™ a social impact company that developed the first retail “pop-up shop” inside of mobile games that connected in-game purchases to charitable impact. How amazing is that! It was even picked up by Forbes and was described as “the evolution of Tom’s Shoes”.

He’s a dreamer, maker and proven entrepreneur with a ton of startup and technology experience. He is committed to providing a way for friends and family to show their ongoing support and stay connected when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer.