Please contact corporate@cancercare.org for more information on opportunities for cause-related marketing partnerships, sponsorships, or corporate foundation support.

The following offers highlights of some of our partnerships:

The Avon Foundation for Women

The Avon Foundation for Women has generously supported CancerCare’s financial assistance services to patients with breast cancer through the AvonCares program since 2000, in addition to a host of educational programs and publications for women with breast cancer. The Foundation’s funding has helped breast cancer patients from all 50 states obtain crucial financial help for treatment-related expenses such as transportation, childcare and home care.

Mary Kay Foundation Touching Hearts Program

Since 2000, the Touching Hearts Program, generously supported by The Mary Kay Foundation, has made it possible for CancerCare to provide financial assistance to women with all cancers, including lung, colon and a host of other cancers.

Caribou Coffee

Caribou Coffee is a proud national supporter of CancerCare’s programs for people affected by breast cancer. Since 2012, CancerCare has received proceeds through the “Amy’s Blend” collection, which honors a Caribou Coffee employee who died of breast cancer, raising $250,000 for CancerCare annually.

AWE: Alive We’re Empowered

AWE is a proud supporter of CancerCare and its national programs that directly impact individuals affected by cancer. As an inaugural partner charity, AWE donates 20% of gifts purchased on AWEinspired.com towards forwarding this cause. AWE is a new fine jewelry brand designed for those who have triumphed over a life-altering adversity. Founded by 3-time cancer survivor Jill Johnson, AWE’s mission is to empower, unite and celebrate survivors through meaningful gifts and community. AWE gifts give back.

eSalon

E-Salon has been a partner of CancerCare since 2013, through its support for the organization’s programs and services for breast cancer patients in connection with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Tutu Project™ for the Carey Foundation

Bob Carey is the photographer and subject of “The Tutu Project.” This series of stunning self-portraits of Bob in a tutu was originally launched to cheer up his wife, Linda, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and later went viral. It inspired Bob and Linda to self-publish a book, with the mission to use the power of humor to help cancer survivors. Proceeds from the sale of The Tutu Project related products are donated to their non-profit for families with breast cancer, the Carey Foundation.

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