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3 reasons why you should choose the Prevent Cancer Foundation on Giving Tuesday

November 21, 2018

Every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, people around the world make donations to charities to kick off the giving season. This year, Giving Tuesday is on November 27.

While there are many worthy organizations that participate in Giving Tuesday, we wanted to share 3 reasons why you should choose the Prevent Cancer Foundation® for your gift.

1. We have top ratings from all of the charity watchdog groups, so you can feel good about where you give. We work hard to be transparent about where your contributions go. As a result, we’ve received:

  • A highest rating from Charity Navigator
  • Accreditation from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance
  • Guidestar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency
  • The top rating from Charity Watch

2. We’re the only nonprofit in the U.S. focused solely on cancer prevention and early detection, so together, we can Stop Cancer Before It Starts!® More than 1.7 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer this year alone—but up to 50 percent of these cases are preventable.

We focus on helping people prevent cancer or find it early, when successful treatment is more likely. By focusing our work on four areas—research, education, outreach and advocacy—we are taking steps to put an end to cancer once and for all.

3. Every dollar counts in the fight against cancer. We can’t do this without you, plain and simple. Without our donors, we wouldn’t be able to carry out our mission of saving lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection—and we think that’s a pretty big deal.

If you’d like to make a donation this Giving Tuesday, visit https://preventcancer.org/donate/givingtuesday/.

To learn more about what we do, watch CEO and Founder Bo Aldigé talking with the BBB Wise Giving Alliance about the Prevent Cancer Foundation®.

 

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