Make a Difference
Ways to Give
Become part of a passionate community of CSC supporters helping to ensure that no one has to face cancer alone.
At Cancer Support Community, there are many ways that you can be involved in helping yourself and others impacted by cancer.
Circle of Strength Giving Club
Cancer Support Community is excited to announce the launch of our giving club Circle of Strength! This exciting opportunity allows CSC to connect with donors at various giving levels, ranging from $250 - $5,000+ with unique benefits at each level. Become a member of our Circle of Strength Giving Club today.
Legacy & Planned Giving
Generosity comes in many forms, and it's often the best way for you to support important causes that matter the most to you in your life. When you give to the Cancer Support Community, you help us make a difference.
Did you know that your gift to the Cancer Support Community could be matched dollar for dollar by your employer? Many employers sponsor matching gift programs to encourage philanthropy among their employees and will match any charitable contributions or volunteer hours made by their employees, retirees and/or employees’ spouses.
Fundraise for CSC
Become part of a passionate community of supporters helping to ensure that our critical programs and services continue to exist and support cancer patients and their families across the country. Whatever you do—run a marathon, celebrate a birthday or fund raise with your classroom—we’ll provide you with support all along the way.
Gifts of Stock
If you own stock or a mutual fund that has appreciated in price since you purchased it, consider using that asset for your charitable giving. You will get an income tax deduction for the full market value of donated securities that you have owned more than one year and you will avoid the capital gains tax on the appreciated value.
Donate Your Car
With a quick application, donating your car through CARS (Charitable Adult Rides & Services) is a quick way to provide a donation to Cancer Support Community.
Tribute Bricks and Benches
An inscribed brick or bench on the patio of the RTI are wonderful ways to honor or celebrate someone while helping the Cancer Support Community ensure that no one faces cancer alone.