The American Cancer Society Laureate Society recognizes the Society’s major contributors in the fight against cancer. This nationwide program, inaugurated in Palm Beach, Florida, in 2004, honors those individuals who continue to significantly invest in the fight against cancer.
Celebrating Real Progress
Together with the support of our Laureate Society members, the American Cancer Society will continue to save lives by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. Thanks in part to the progress we’ve made, we’ve seen a 22 percent decline in US cancer death rates since the early 1990s.
Working to Finish the Fight
However, there is still much to be done. By turning what we know about cancer into what we do about it, we are working to help save more lives around the world, and finish the fight for good. We hope you’ll join the fight.
Enjoying Exclusive Benefits
As a member of the Laureate Society, you will enjoy benefits designed exclusively for you, such as access to personalized resources and services, invitations to special events, and more.
The Laureate Society is offering membership to those who can commit to an annual contribution as outlined in the donation levels chart below.
|Visionary Laureate||$10,000 - $24,999|
Your gift is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution to the fullest extent allowed by law. For a copy of the American Cancer Society’s annual Stewardship Report please visit cancer.org.
You’ll be proud to know that your contributions enable the American Cancer Society to touch people wherever they live, whenever they need it. Every second of every day, the American Cancer Society is helping someone who’s facing cancer. The Society has played a role in nearly every major cancer breakthrough in recent history. In fact, more than 45 of the scientists funded by the American Cancer Society have gone on to win the Nobel Prize. All of these accomplishments are made possible because of the generous financial commitments of our supporters.
Call 1-866-988-2862 for more information about how you can become a
member of the American Cancer Society Laureate Society and contribute
to the Society’s lifesaving work.