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Are you passionate? Driven? Energetic?

Do you want to end colorectal cancer in our lifetime? Do you wonder how you, just one person, can make an impact on this awful disease?

Become a DIYnamo with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance and turn your passion, hobby, or favorite pastime into a memorable do-it-yourself fundraising experience. We have the tools and resources to help you make it a huge success.

Whether it’s a bowling tournament, Zumbathon, bake sale, Facebook fundraiser, or something we’ve never even heard of before, we’re fired up to help passionate allies across the country create, plan, and pull off creative fundraising events as a way to give back and support the mission of the Alliance. Our DIYnamos are turning their favorite activities (hiking, cookies, singing, shopping, dancing) into powerful catalysts for fundraising.

With our support, you can develop an event that taps into your talent and your personal network—be as creative as you’d like! It’s easy to set up your DIY event on our new online platform, and we’ll provide you with the support, tools, and swag to make it successful.

Let’s get to work. If you already know what you want to do, jump right in and set up your page and invite your friends and family. If you need help, just reply to this email and we’ll be happy to talk you through the process and help you get your creative juices flowing.

We all want to end this disease in our lifetime and becoming a DIYnamo is a simple, yet fun, way to make a difference. Every dollar raised by DIYnamos supports the Alliance’s efforts to provide genuine support for patients and families, raise awareness of preventative screening, and continually fund critical research.

Sign on today—because tomorrow can’t wait. Fundraise your way to end colorectal cancer

Seeking inspiration?

Read more about Britt Taylor and her annual Cornhole for Colons tournament in memory of a loved one, 12-year-old Marleigh Cummins who sold her baked goods to raise money for the Alliance’s mission, and survivor Casey Thornhill who used his passion for baseball to fundraise and raise awareness for colorectal cancer.


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