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Here are just a few of the places that can use your donations, no matter what type:

  • The American Cancer Society offers many ways to give back to the community. You can make a cash donation, donate a car to be sold, or build a website in honor of someone who lost a battle with cancer.
  • The Jimmy Fund benefits cancer research and treatment programs at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Donation options include cash gifts, a monthly gift plan, events, and items available for purchase.
  • The Children's Cancer Research Fund is dedicated to finding a cure for childhood cancer. Donations are given to the University of Minnesota for cancer research.
  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center conducts world class research in the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer and related diseases. Individuals may create webTribute pages to honor family and friends, create a fundraising event, or make a monthly or one-time donation.

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billbarry44 Bill Barry spent his life helping others. Now with cancer, he needs th 0 Aug 17 2010, 7:35 PM EDT by billbarry44
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We are trying to raise funds for Bill Barry's cancer care. Bill Barry has been disabled since 1994, and in that time, he has given so much of his heart and his time to helping others. He's a proud man who's never asked anyone for anything he couldn't repay immediately. The bills will be more than his wife can afford on her limited income. Medicaid will only pay 80%, and nothing of his prescription cost. In his hometown of East Bloomfield NY, he is an unsung hero where everyone knows his name, but the donation cans in this farming town cannot raise enough to cover his care.

He has no choice but allow us to try and provide the assistance he needs to cover the costs of his medical care. His needs surely only add up to a fraction of the time and energy and things he's given to others, never asking for a thing in return

To help him go to http://billbarryfightscancer.weebly.com
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imakimm1 Help donate money to lung cancer 0 Oct 30 2009, 6:57 PM EDT by imakimm1
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I recently accepted the challenge to raise money and help the fight against lung cancer through the National Lung Cancer Partnership and Free to Breathe.

My mother had lung cancer for 4 years and she passed away May 30, 2009. I am doing this in memory of her. Please support me in this incredibly important effort by making a donation today or signing up for our team-Cowgirl Up. Your contribution will help empower patients, save lives and make lung cancer a priority!

It's faster and easier than ever to support this great cause. Make your tax-deductible donation online by visiting my personal page. If you prefer, you may send your contribution by mail to the address listed below using this downloadable donation form:

National Lung Cancer Partnership
22 N. Midvale Blvd., Suite 6
Madison, WI 53705

My teams website is http://participate.freetobreathe.org/site/TR?team_id=6130&pg=team&fr_id=1137
Your gift will make a difference in the lives of many and any amount, great or small, helps in the fight. I greatly appreciate your support.


Lung cancer kills approximately 160,000 people in the United States each year—more people than breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined. It is responsible for over a quarter of all cancer-related deaths in the U.S. each year. Lung cancer is a very common disease – approximately 219,000 people each year in the United States will be diagnosed with it. It is also a very lethal disease – roughly 85% of people who are diagnosed with lung cancer will die of it within five years of their initial diagnosis

For information about the National Lung Cancer Partnership and its programs, visit www.NationalLungCancerPartnership.org or www.FreetoBreathe.org.
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harishshenoy DONATE FOR CANCER PATIENT 0 Oct 27 2009, 12:20 AM EDT by harishshenoy
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I have a little sister of 7yrs old. suffering from ewing's sarcoma ( HIGH GRADE CANCER) Looking for Help. People who are interested can help her. She is undergoing treatment at INDO AMERICAN CANCER INSTITUTE --- HYDERABAD, INDIA. people who have queries can mail me at
harish.shenoy@fhpl.net
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