Give Hope This #GivingTuesday
Inspire Hope for the Colorectal Cancer Community
Join the Colorectal Cancer Alliance and support more moments of Hope. #GivingTuesday is a special day that encourages others to give back by donating or creating a Facebook fundraiser. Choose us this #GivingTuesday as we inspire Hope in everyone affected by colorectal cancer by working toward ending this disease in our lifetime.
What is Hope:
Hope is saving 100,000 lives through screening and prevention by 2029 by increasing awareness of colorectal cancer and screening options.
Hope is increasing the number of patients and families served to 750,000 annually by 2024 with personalized support, resources, and live navigation from our certified patient and family support navigators, as well as virtual support communities like Blue Hope Nation and Ally to Ally.
Hope is investing $30 million in critical research over the next five years to identify new treatments, advance diagnostics, and improve equity in screening and patient care. Each of these areas of study could lead to finding a colorectal cancer cure.
Hope is ending colorectal cancer in our lifetime.
Get Social on #GivingTuesday
Ask your friends and family to support programs to screen for, care for those affected by, and cure colorectal cancer by creating a Facebook fundraiser.
Click here to set up your Facebook fundraiser
Here's a toolkit on how to set your Facebook fundraiser up step-by-step.
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Share with your friends and family on social media
Why #GivingTuesday Matters
Moments of Hope for a person impacted by colorectal cancer can be as small as getting a phone call from a patient navigator or as big as finding a potentially lifesaving clinical trial through our finder.
We delivered nearly 12,500 screening recommendations and completed more than 4,200 screenings through Alliance initiatives last year.
Through our free Helpline and patient navigation, we connected with almost 13,000 patients, caregivers, and family members to help them through colorectal cancer in 2021.
We have invested $5 million in research since 2016, and we continue to collaborate with our partners to find the best avenues toward a cure and the end of this disease.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is #GivingTuesday?
November 29 is GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. At the Alliance, it’s one day to make a huge difference in the lives of patients, survivors, and caregivers across the country — while also funding work to prevent colorectal cancer in the first place.
How can I participate in the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s #GivingTuesday campaign?
The best ways to get involved are to make a donation or start a Facebook fundraiser. You can also do both! Use our fundraising toolkits for information and ideas to make your fundraiser a success. And don’t forget to lend your voice by sharing these #GivingTuesday messages on social media, plus tune in on Alliance social media channels on November 29 to hear patient and survivor stories.
How will my #GivingTuesday action help allies?
Over the last 14 years, the Alliance has served more than 2 million patients and caregivers impacted by this disease. We’re counting on funds raised during #GivingTuesday to continue to provide the programs colorectal cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers need now.