Companies and organizations make a tremendous contribution to the fight against cancer and share our vision to prevent, treat and cure cancer through research. With event sponsorship, grant support, in-kind product donations, cause campaigns, employee volunteerism, fundraising teams and workplace giving, we are working together to achieve our mission. The National Foundation for Cancer Research is proud to partner in these ways with companies who are making a tremendous difference for all those individuals and families faced with this disease.
To learn more about our partnership opportunities please contact Tanyelle Gill, Director of Marketing & Special Events at TGill@nfcr.org.
The annual prize honors scientists who have made an original discovery or breakthrough in scientific understanding that has had a lasting impact on the cancer field and a direct impact of saving people’s lives. The award serves to highlight the essential role basic research plays in understanding cancer.
The Daffodils and Diamonds Luncheon was founded by Bethesda’s Alice-Anne Birch in honor of her mother and sister, both of whom succumbed to the disease. The luncheon is held to raise funds for National Foundation for Cancer Research, specifically for breast and ovarian cancers.
Play4TheCure is a fundraising platform for the National Foundation for Cancer Research which provides funding worldwide to the best scientists to enable cutting edge research that other large cancer organizations can’t and won’t fund. Play4TheCure inspires young athletes and their teams to leverage their passion for sports to “Play4” loved ones affected by cancer and encourages them to actively participate in working to fund cancer research to make a difference.
Arts4TheCure is the official fine arts and performing arts fundraising platform of the National Foundation for Cancer Research, It’s not just about one color ribbon, we’re for ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS, ALL ARTS.
NFCR’s largest public awareness and charity event of the year is the annual golf tournament raising funds in support of cancer research.