Ways to Help
Gifts In Memory
Made in any amount, a memorial donation to CancerForward is a meaningful way to remember someone special.
Gifts In Honor
Donating to CancerForward is a unique way to honor the courage of someone fighting cancer or celebrate their survivorship.
We Can Go Forward Luncheon Presenting Ted Kennedy Jr.
Thanks to the more than 300 supporters of the November 2013 luncheon presenting cancer survivor and cancer caregiver Ted Kennedy Jr. Since losing a leg to bone cancer 40 years to the date of the event, this son of U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy has devoted his life working for the civil rights of people with disabilities. The luncheon honored The Cora Sue and Harry Mach Family, recipients of The H. Rudy Teichman Anchor of Strength Award given for compassionate cancer caregiving
The New Summer Standard 2013
Celebrating National Cancer Surviviors Day 2013, this elegant dinner dance honored cancer survivor and cancer caregiver Denise Monteleone for her philanthropy to cancer research, prevention and survivorship causes. The evening also toasted Saks Fifth Avenue and its Vice President Terry Zmyslo in gratitude for their uncommon corporate support of CancerForward and its programs.
“Patients, survivors, family members and friends need a source that provides good, accurate and helpful information and support. I think we have all exhausted the “misery loves company” outlet that the Internet provides. We now need a source that takes us forward to the positive side. Thank you for realizing this tremendous need.”
Cora Sue Mach, Two-Time Cancer Survivor, Community Volunteer & Philanthropist