There’s still time to register as a SWOG member or industry partner
(We’ll be on site in Chicago with new hoodies to support SWOG!)
Advanced Practice Provider Clinical Research Workshop
Wednesday, October 19
Plenary I (Translational Medicine)
Thursday, October 20
featuring Coltman Fellow
Kim Blenman, PhD, MS
Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD GU Symposium: Organ Preservation in Bladder Cancer
Friday, October 21
Hope Invests In Members’ Professional Growth
We’re pleased to support SWOG members and collaborators through enhancements to meeting sessions. This fall, seventeen committees are utilizing our meeting support program for working group gatherings both on- and off-site, and dozens of travelers will be supported through Hope funding, including the SWOG Board of Governors and CRA/nurse travel support programs.
These and all of our programs are made possible with generous donor contributions – we’re grateful for this support and ask that you consider giving today.
Foundation Funding Opportunities
Deadlines Approaching Now and in the New Year
SEED Fund Program: Applications due December 1
These awards may assist investigators with projects that support the following types of studies: pre-clinical data, secondary data analysis from clinical trials, pilot and feasibility studies, small self-contained research projects, or development of research methodology/technology.
Impact Award Program: Letters of Intent due January 15
This program aims to advance SWOG research by funding the early and conceptual stages of these projects. The work proposed should use resources from completed SWOG studies or be directly translatable to future clinical trials in SWOG and the National Clinical Trials Network.
Dr. Charles A. Coltman Jr. Fellowship: Applications due March 1
2-year fellowships of $50,000 per year are provided as salary support ensuring that early career investigators’ time is protected for research in the clinic or laboratory. Includes mentorship component.
SWOG Career Engagement Award: Applications due March 1
2-year grants of $50,000 per year are provided as salary support ensuring that mid-career investigators’ time is protected for research in the clinic or laboratory.
Support Research, Fellowships, Professional Development & More
Do you have a donor-advised fund (DAF)?
Please consider making a grant recommendation supporting The Hope Foundation
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PO Box 483
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Donor advised funds (DAFs) offer a flexible, convenient and cost-effective way to align your giving with your values and priorities. A DAF is a giving account established at a public charity or charitable sponsor. To establish a DAF simply give a gift of cash, stock, real estate or other financial vehicle to the charitable sponsor of your choice. Charitable sponsors include public charities, community foundations, and charitable funds that are associated with an investment firm.
When you make a charitable gift to your DAF, you receive an immediate tax deduction. You can then recommend donations, referred to as ‘grants,’ from your DAF to your favorite charitable organizations on your own timetable. The DAF charitable sponsor handles all the paperwork.
To learn more about how you can support The Hope Foundation through your DAF, contact your tax advisor or reach out to us through [email protected]
You Can Provide Critical, Year-Round Support
Two-thirds of 2021 SWOG press releases featured work which had received funding from The Hope Foundation. While SWOG’s work is primarily funded by the NCI, Hope grants often provide key support to further these efforts.
Help sustain SWOG’s critical year-round work with a recurring donation! Initiate your monthly gift today. Gifts of every size are meaningful and make a difference!