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!

     
     
    For one night, we leave the rivalry on the court to come together in the fight against cancer! Join our co-hosts, the Coaches & wives of the @sienambb & @ualbany_mbb Programs, on October 4th for the 2021 Coaches vs Cancer Basket "Ball!" Link in bio for tickets!
    Jenna Meier of Guilderland will be accepting the 2021 Mary Ann Raymond Donnelly Fighting Spirit Award on October 4th at the Coaches vs Cancer Basket "Ball!" Tickets are on sale now to join the Meier & Raymond Family in this special celebration www.acscapitalregionevents.com/coaches-vs-cancer/
    In April 2021, our organization announced eight childhood cancer research grant awards totaling nearly $4 million. These joint-funded projects are utilizing a unique approach by leveraging existing clinical trial cohorts to gain new information that will help lead to new discoveries.

#ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth
    At this year's Red, White & Blue Party we had the privilege to honor Sean Sweeney with this year's Hero of Hope Award. 

In November of 2017 Sean was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, a life threatening form of cancer. In the last few years he has received multiple rounds of chemotherapy, countless spinal taps, bone marrow biopsies, and blood infusions. 

As of March 2020, Sean is no longer undergoing cancer treatments.
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