The Prevent Cancer Foundation is looking for dedicated, energetic volunteers to make our fundraising events successful! Whether you want to support cancer prevention and early detection or are just looking for a fun volunteer opportunity, join our team!!
There are three main ways to volunteer:
- Join our new Young Professionals group chaired by noted philanthropist Katherine Kennedy.
- Through networking, happy hours and other volunteer events, the group aims to raise funds for cancer prevention and early detection.
Annual Spring Gala
March 9, 2012
- Honoring a different country every year, this elegant event draws both foreign and local notables for a sensational evening of food, dancing and fundraising for cancer prevention and early detection.
- Volunteer opportunities include registering guests, assisting Prevent Cancer Foundation staff and participating in our “Lighting the Way” ceremony.
- Check out our 2012 Annual Spring Gala, “Modern+Majestic=Switzerland“, designed by My Fair Wedding’s David Tutera and held at the National Building Mueseum.
- Read about and see pictures from our 2011 Annual Spring Gala, “The Enchanting Principality of Monaco”.
Prevent Cancer Foundation 5K
September 30, 2012 at Nationals Stadium
- Our largest public fundraising event draws hundreds of people for a fun-filled morning that supports cancer research, education and outreach.
- Volunteer opportunities include helping at the food and goody bag table, ushering participants to the starting line, being a course marshal and assisting with award distribution.
- Check out our save the date for our 2012 FUNdraising Walk, held at Nationals Stadium.
- Learn more about our 2011 Prevent Cancer Foundation 5K!
If you are interested in volunteering for any or all of the above events please contact Dorothy Abernathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 519-2119.
If you are interested in hosting your own fundraiser for the Prevent Cancer Foundation, we can help!
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