Become a “Fund the Mission” donor:
Help the American Cancer Society “Fund the Mission” by directly allocating funds to transportation assistance in Louisiana or cancer research.
While you may choose to remain anonymous, we will spotlight all “Fund the Mission” donors in the area during our August 22 White Out Cancer: A United Night of Hope LIVE Broadcast . Any donor who pledges a minimum of $2,500 toward the “Fund the Mission” initiative by July 15 will be offered the opportunity for a 30 second feature in the event night "Fund the Mission" video.
Local Transportation Grant Initiative:
Access to care, specifically transportation, continues to be a burden on many local patients facing treatment. Through our “Fund the Mission” initiative, donors have the opportunity to allocate contributions 100% to funding local transportation grants. All dollars pledged through this initiative will be available via application for cancer centers in our local communities, such as Shreveport.
Cancer Research (General) Initiative:
Next to the Federal Government, the Society is the largest funder of cancer research. In fact, we are currently funding over $410 million in research grants. You can help grow those efforts by pledging a donation that will be allocated 100% to cancer research.
Pediatric Cancer Research Initiative:
The American Cancer Society funds scientists and medical professionals who research cancer or train at medical schools, universities, research institutes, and hospitals throughout the United States. We use a rigorous and independent peer review process to select the most innovative research projects and training proposals to fund.
For more than 100 years, The American Cancer Society has been leading the fight to end cancer. With your support, we have helped usher in an era where more people survive cancer than ever before. By translating our research findings into action, we've seen a 20% decline in US cancer death rates since the early 1990s.
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