A Named Fund is a wonderful way for a donor to create a deep, meaningful impact. Named Funds can celebrate someone’s cancer victory, honor a loved one currently in treatment, remember someone who passed, or create a family legacy at the Alliance.
To honor her legacy and tireless commitment to helping others, the Michelle Benaim Memorial Fund provides screenings for symptomatic patients, supports large-scale awareness-building campaigns, and invests in research to investigate the rise of young-onset colorectal cancer.
To mirror his love of life, the Bill Swanson Memorial Fund helps others live a longer life by increasing education about and access to screenings.
The Cure for Carrie Fund seeks to help others by increasing screenings to catch this preventable disease in its earliest stages and by designating funding for cutting-edge research so we can stop colorectal cancer in its tracks.
The Elika Anne Hemphill Memorial Fund supports programs and initiatives to reverse the rise of young-onset colorectal cancer.
The Michael & Erica Paul Memorial Fund seeks to strengthen support for caregivers, with an emphasis on those in the Washington, D.C., area.
Create a Named Fund
A Named Fund allows the Alliance’s most generous donors to create a unique fund with a specific purpose in support of the Alliance’s Screen, Care, or Cure pillars or to provide unrestricted revenue to support the organization’s mission as a whole.
If you are interested in learning more or would like to create a Named Fund at the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, please contact Regan Huneycutt, Chief Development Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 207-0254.