Published on September 7, 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Alexandria, Va. – The Prevent Cancer Foundation today announced the first class of members in the newly launched Corporate Membership Program. A one-of-a-kind partnership, the Foundation’s Corporate Membership Program is aimed at accelerating mutual goals and reaffirming a commitment from corporate partners to advancing cancer prevention and early detection.
Program members will have access to Foundation resources and exclusive events, creating opportunities to collaborate and exchange ideas throughout the year. Member support will fund the Foundation’s essential work in four key areas: research, education, outreach and advocacy. Members will also play a critical role in embracing bold strategies and advancing the Foundation’s mission of empowering people to stay ahead of cancer through prevention and early detection.
“We are thrilled to officially launch the Corporate Membership Program, solidifying the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s valued partnerships with experts across the industry,” said Jody Hoyos, CEO of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. “Our members’ commitment to cancer prevention and early detection is essential to our work and enables us to guide people of screening age toward better outcomes for their health.”
The 2023 class of corporate members, as of the date of this publication, include:
Corporate Champions Circle
Corporate Innovators Circle
The Corporate Membership Program is open to companies who support the Foundation’s vision of a world where cancer is preventable, detectable and beatable for all. Those interested in learning more about the program or how to join our corporate community can contact Jennifer Niyangoda, Vice President of Development and Marketing, at email@example.com.
About the Prevent Cancer Foundation®
The Prevent Cancer Foundation® is the only U.S.-based nonprofit organization solely dedicated to cancer prevention and early detection. Through research, education, outreach and advocacy, we have helped countless people avoid a cancer diagnosis or detect their cancer early enough to be successfully treated. We are driven by a vision of a world where cancer is preventable, detectable and beatable for all.
The Foundation is rising to meet the challenge of reducing cancer deaths by 40% by 2035. To achieve this, we are committed to investing $20 million for innovative technologies to detect cancer early and advance multi-cancer screening, $10 million to expand cancer screening and vaccination access to medically underserved communities, and $10 million to educate the public about screening and vaccination options.
For more information, please visit www.preventcancer.org.