The American Cancer Society’s many health and wellness programs available through our Workplace Solutions program aren’t the only way you and your employees can fight cancer and improve your bottom line. You also can make a difference every day by supporting the Society’s lifesaving efforts through workplace giving and matching gifts programs, as well as participating in the Society’s well-known community events – Relay For Life® and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®.
By collaborating with the American Cancer Society, you can help change the course of cancer in your own community and across the country. The funds raised through employee giving and company-wide events for Relay and Making Strides enable the Society to save lives by helping people live well and reduce their cancer risk; helping people stay well by overcoming obstacles in their personal cancer fight; funding groundbreaking research leading to cancer’s causes and cures; and fighting back by supporting laws and policies that fight cancer and keep people healthy.
With your support – and that of your employees, we can continue saving lives and making progress in the fight against cancer. Learn more about some of the ways you can get involved by clicking on the programs below.
The Relay For Life National Corporate Team Program gives companies an opportunity to engage in the Society’s mission by joining the world’s largest movement to end cancer.
This inspiring nationwide walk offers everyone an opportunity celebrate breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about early detection and prevention, and give back to end the disease.
Give your employees the power to choose causes they believe in by including the American Cancer Society in your company's payroll deduction charitable giving program.
Make your employees’ contributions to the fight against cancer go even further to help save lives by doubling their donations.
Your company's support and involvement - and that of your employees, can help further the Society's mission to save lives and make progress in the fight against cancer.