Become a Sponsor.

The American Cancer Society is doing the most today to find answers for tomorrow. None of what we are able to do would be possible without the support from our community. It is the individuals and businesses who sponsor our events that make it possible for us to raise these funds, inspire new volunteers and create more hope for every survivor. Making the decision to partner with the American Cancer Society means you will be making the decision to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

For more information on sponsoring each event, please download the PDFs by clicking the buttons below. You can also fill out the form on this page and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Thank you for considering partnering with us in the fight against cancer!

    Significant advances in research & treatment, the accelerating decline of cancer mortality, major progress in the fight against lung cancer, the alarming impact of cancer disparities and more  can be found in our 2022 Facts & Figures Report. 📈 Click the link in bio to read the full report
    Most cervical cancers are preventable through HPV vaccination. Cervical screening can detect changes before cancer develops. Talk to a doctor and visit

"Sharing your cancer story doesn't have to be long. What you could share is when you had your cervical cancer screening. That's a very short story."
    We're excited to share scenes from our 2021 Gala of Hope! 🎉We can't thank this community enough for the support that we saw for our honoree C.J. DeCrescente and for the cancer community. The Capital Region is making our mark on the fight against cancer thanks to you!

Thank you to @ironglassny for capturing it all!🎥
    Lace up your sneakers (or snow boots!) and take your Relay For Life First Lap! Whether you walk around your block, your yard, or your living room, make sure you snap a pic and post to social using #RelayFirstLap – we want to see the start of Relay 2021! #RFL518
    Tomorrow, January 8th, we will kick off Relay 2022 with #RelayFirstLap! Grab a friend, family member, or pet and take a lap wherever you are. Snap a picture or video and use #RelayFirstLap.
    It’s unconscionable that going to your cancer treatment could mean losing your job or not being able to afford food for your family. And many caregivers face the same dilemma when caring for a loved one who desperately needs their help. A newly released ACS CAN study of recent cancer patients and survivors shows that 74% had to miss work to receive their cancer care or treatment. That’s why we need you to join us in asking your U.S. Senators to not cut the paid family and medical leave program from the House version of the Build Back Better Act. Take action now.