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Ways to Give


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Why Give to C101?

A cancer diagnosis is often an overwhelmingly frustrating experience. Patients and caregivers are immediately confronted with a deluge of new information, confusing terminology, paperwork, financial concerns and forced to make life changing decisions about treatment options. C101meets the cancer patient on the front line and turns a chaotic experience into a calm and organized plan of attack with resources and support to navigate the journey. With your continued support, we are able to reach more patients and expand our programs and services to the cancer community.

Make a difference in the life of a cancer patient today!


WAYS TO GIVE

Online Giving


It’s easy to make a paperless and secure donation to CANCER101 online. You can make a one-time donation or set up monthly donations to provide steady support to our programs. You can also make your donation in honor of or in memory of a loved one.


By Mail or Phone


We are happy to accept donations over the phone during business hours or anytime via mail.


Legacy Giving


Make a difference in the lives of patients by including CANCER101 in your estate planning.


Employer Matching Gifts


Maximize the impact of your donation on improving the patient experience by taking advantage of employer matching gift programs.


Retail Therapy: Give as you shop!


Every online purchase you make can support CANCER101 without you spending an additional dime.


Personal & Group Fundraising


You can help support C101’s programs and services by raising funds for our organization. Whether establishing a special fund, organizing a bake sale or car wash, or throwing a themed event, you can develop creative ways to motivate family and friends while educating them about a cause close to your heart.


Foundation Support


Further your foundation’s mission and vision by contributing to CANCER101. Your donation will bring about meaningful results and solidify your foundation’s dedication to supporting cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers.