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Sponsorship 

As a sponsor, you will have to the opportunity to:

  • Support the American Cancer Society’s mission, which is to improve the lives of people with cancer and their families through advocacy, research, and patient support, to ensure everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer.

  • Elevate your company’s visibility and showcase your brand in a high-impact and meaningful way by aligning with the American Cancer Society and its provision of life-saving services.

  • Team up and tee off with compassionate coaches who understand that while cancer is a disease that affects everyone, it doesn’t affect everyone equally, and who proactively support the American Cancer Society’s goal of ensuring that no one should be denied access to the opportunities to prevent, discover, treat, and survive cancer.

To discuss customizing any package, please contact virginia.keller@cancer.org

Hope on the Green

Coaches vs. Cancer will highlight those who have been impacted by cancer with the opportunity to dedicate a sail banner - a powerful way to honor a loved one at the event. All sail banners will be prominently displayed during the Coaches vs. Cancer National Golf Classic at Oak Hill Country Club.


Whether in honor or in memory, the Hope on the Green will celebrate the lives of those we love.

 

100% of the proceeds will support the B. Thomas Golisano Hope Lodge in Rochester, NY.

 

All orders must be received by Friday, May 10, 2024.

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Auction
Donations

As an auction donor, you can feel proud knowing your gift will support the mission of the American Cancer Society which is to improve the lives of people with cancer and their families to ensure everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survivor cancer.

We’re making progress

By taking what we’ve learned through research and translating it into action, we’ve contributed to a 32% decrease in the overall US cancer death rate since 1991. That means that we helped avoid nearly 3.5 million cancer deaths during that time.

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