Whether you have time on your hands, spare change in your pocket, visions of leaving a lasting legacy, or simply a desire in your heart to empower our community against a disease that hits every one in eight women… Susan G. Komen Philadelphia has wonderful and varied ways for you to fulfill your personal breast cancer mission, while also empowering the cures worldwide.
WHY GET INVOLVED?
Take a minute now to see just HOW much Komen Philadelphia has been empowered to do – in this community and beyond – because of support from people like you. Take a look at this colorful “Where the Money Goes” guide outlining our in the past year, as well as our achievements in the past quarter-century.
Special Opportunity – Recurring Donations. A convenient way to support the fight on an ongoing basis, you can schedule future donations by clicking here to make a recurring gift now.
It only takes about $125 to fund a life-saving mammogram for a woman in need through our Community Grants Program. All donations – from a few spare dollars dropped in a Dietz & Watson Pretty In Pig bank, to a $50,000 estate contribution and everything in between – are greatly appreciated and vital to our mission. And, remember a simple inquiry to the H.R. department could double your impact if your employer has a matching gift program! Also in this section: In Memory / In Honor cards, a special tribute to the loved one inspiring your donation.
You can generate donations to our cause just by shopping for what you need, want & enjoy. You don’t give an extra penny, but you do give hope! Check out these three ongoing, easy ways to make an impact:
- Pink Ribbon Banking Presented by Bank of America: When you open a new eligible Pink Ribbon Banking account*, Bank of America contributes to Susan G. Komen. This money will help save lives, ensure quality of care for all and energize science and research in the fight to end breast cancer. *Check order fees may apply.
- AT App, downloads for dollars: Get the app that tells you Where You At & support Komen Philadelphia.
- Smile.Amazon.Com: shop Amazon, empower our cause!
Fundraising can be as simple as putting out a Friday “goodie jar” in your office break room and asking for donations, or as organized as hosting a bowling tournament for your faith community. And, if fundraising isn’t exactly your cup of tea, there are many more ways that you can empower the cures simply by attending fundraising events or purchasing goods/services that ‘give back’ to Komen.
2016 Pink Tie Ball opportunities are now available. Sponsorships and partnerships offer a special way for businesses and organizations to get involved through Komen Philadelphia events and other special opportunities. As a member our sponsor family, you gain instant respect and friendship from one of the most loyal groups around: Komen Philadelphia volunteers and fellow supporters who appreciate your devotion to ending breast cancer, and who demonstrate their thanks by giving back to those who support the cause.
From sitting on committees or spending a few hours in the office, to helping host a Race for the Cure event for more than 120,000 people, we have a place for you! The Komen Philadelphia volunteer family is a very special group, filled with life-enriching opportunities for all generations… and life-long friendships that simply cannot be formed anywhere else.
We are now accepting applications for the fall 2016 semester – which includes National Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities.
Read valuable insights on her experience from our winter/spring 2015 intern, Elizabeth de Armas.
SPECIAL INTERESTS & COMMUNITIES
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I Am Komen® is the mission engagement program of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series that motivates people to take action steps that may reduce their risk of breast cancer. It speaks to the importance of early detection and healthy living while encouraging everyone to make a personal commitment to their breast health. I Am Komen® is a “Declaration” to join the Komen community as an ambassador in the fight against breast cancer. Learn more.