The American Cancer Society believes diversity, equity, and inclusion are vital to our life-saving mission. When you're in the business of saving lives, it is essential to understand and respect differences, and to leverage the similarities that unite us in the fight against cancer.
To advance our Mission and drive economic inclusion, the American Cancer Society is committed to creating an equitable and competitive business environment, which strengthens the diverse business community and those we serve. Relationships with diverse-owned businesses assist ACS in achieving its goals by driving relevance, impact, and growth in every community touched by cancer.
ACS & ACS CAN seek to use qualified, diverse businesses from historically underrepresented groups including companies that are 51%+ owned and operated African Americans and Black people, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Hispanic Americans and Latinos, Native Americans and Indigenous people, Women, military veterans, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
We are committed to providing diverse-owned businesses opportunities to participate in our competitive procurement processes.