National Foundation for Cancer Research Now Accepts Crypto Donations


National Foundation for Cancer Research Now Accepts Crypto Donations

NFCR Accepts CryptoCurrency Donations

The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) is proud to now accept gifts of cryptocurrency via a dedicated donation page. We believe that our organization, like the research we fund, needs to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology to truly make an impact for those affected by cancer. Excitingly, you can now contribute to cancer research with 30 different types of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more.

How Crypto Gifts Work

Visit our unique donation page here and select your cryptocurrency of choice to make a gift! Crypto donations are converted into U.S. dollars and sent to NFCR as cash so we can put your gift to work immediately. Donating crypto can help you save on taxes and allow you to make a more significant impact.

Why Crypto?

It’s Great for Donors

Donating crypto is a safe and secure transaction for users. Also, when gifting cryptocurrency, donors benefit by avoiding capital gains tax on their gifts.

It’s Great for Cancer Research

Since the IRS classifies cryptocurrency as property, NFCR receives the total dollar value of the gift. Read more here. This classification means we can put the entire donation towards our vital cancer research projects, which support ground-breaking research to find a cure. 

Also, accepting cryptocurrency donations is consistent with NFCR’s long-term commitment to innovation and collaboration, which is vital to accelerate treatments and a cure for those impacted by cancer.

NFCR welcomes this new community of supporters and stands with our existing community who now have even more ways to give, to face one of our society’s biggest challenges. One in two women and one in three men will face cancer in their lifetime. It is essential that, as a community, we attack this disease from all angles. 

To make a gift of cryptocurrency today, get started here.

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