Your Gift Fuels Research
Founded by researchers and passionate about impact, The Hope Foundation is one of the most effective giving options to advance cancer care today. 90 cents of every dollar we receive is spent making progress in treatment and prevention, 1 cent is spent on our fundraising efforts, and 9 cents support our operations. Over 30 years, we’ve supported a generation of oncology professionals and their innovative research, contributing to changes in the standards of how cancer is treated.
We need your Help
From now to October, we’re asking individuals like you to support the next generation of the brightest and best cancer researchers. Together we’ll raise $300,000 for the Next Generation Fund, the driving force behind our most innovative research efforts.
share our impact
Share our story – and ask 3 friends or loved ones to support our mission with a gift of $30. You have the power to engage others who care about and want to advance cancer research.
The messages below have been created to help you share our message via email and social media.
Use these to spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn; or, get creative and write your own – and link to thehopefoundation.org/donate30
- For a generation, The Hope Foundation has been advancing cancer care through support for clinical trials and the oncology professionals who lead them.
- This generation of cancer researchers has changed how cancer is treated dozens of times. The next generation needs your support to continue the momentum.
- When physician researchers generate good ideas, The Hope Foundation invests in them. Hope has helped early stage investigators launch more than 50 impactful cancer studies.
When oncology professionals generate good ideas, The Hope Foundation invests in them. Give to improve and lengthen lives by donating today: thehopefoundation.org/donate30
For a generation, The Hope Foundation has supported those who advance care and improve lives. The Hope Foundation funds promising physician-researchers, nurses, and scientists on the cusp of something great. I’m making a special donation to The Hope Foundation for its 30th anniversary to support the next generation of dedicated, cancer innovators.
Will you join me?
The Hope Foundation has a $300,000 goal, and I believe your generosity, alongside other friends and supporters, will make a transformative impact and lead to real results. Visit thehopefoundation.org/donate30 to give today.
For a generation, The Hope Foundation has believed in people, fueling careers and answers to cancers. Founded in 1993, The Hope Foundation funds oncology professionals and patient advocates who are members of the NCI’s SWOG Cancer Research Network.
The Hope Foundation’s support has made a profound scientific impact on cancer research and patient care – its grantees have launched trials, published in scientific journals, presented at scientific conferences, and changed the standards of care for patients.
I’m giving a gift to support The Hope Foundation’s efforts, and I invite you to join me today.
Together, we can continue the momentum for the next generation of oncologists. Visit Hope’s website to learn more about their generation of impact and give a gift today.
Email requesting support:
Because you’re someone who’s interested in the future of cancer prevention and treatment, I want to share some information with you about The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research.
- The Hope Foundation is a public charity with the mission of raising and contributing funds for the treatment and prevention of cancer.
- The Hope Foundation funds SWOG Cancer Research Network, an international group of oncology professionals who have enrolled more than 232,000 people in clinical trials.
- The Hope Foundation has a score of 94 out of 100 on Charity Navigator – demonstrating its commitment to mission and transparency.
When oncology professionals generate good ideas, The Hope Foundation invests in them. The Hope Foundation has supported thousands of oncology professionals whose work has led to new standards of care in multiple cancer types.
I invite you to join me by giving a gift of $30 to The Hope Foundation to support the next generation of cancer researchers. The Hope Foundation has a $300,000 goal, and together we can make a real difference for all who are impacted by cancer.
Please visit thehopefoundation.org/donate30 to give a gift today.
The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research is a public charity with the mission of raising and contributing funds for the treatment and prevention of cancer. The Hope Foundation directs support to SWOG members, a network of leading oncology professionals who have enrolled more than 232,000 people in clinical trials. SWOG spans 47 states and 7 countries, providing new options to cancer patients at more than 1,100 academic medical centers and community clinics.