Friends of ACF and Supporters ***Christmas Donation Ideas*** Here are some great ways to use your online holiday shopping to help the American Cancer Fund. We call it donating without opening your wallet. The concept is simple. Register at one of the groups that has a donation program with all of the popular websites. Chose […]
Cupcakes for Cancer Fundraiser in Morristown, NJ on Dec. 7, 2013 Please click here for more details. A Special thank you to the businesses that supported the Cupcakes for Cancer event. We truly appreciate your support: Artist Baker in Morristown, NJ Barre3 – Morristown Chef Central in Paramus Mayo Performing Arts Center Kitchen A La […]
New Jersey Restaurant Events and Dine for a Cause During November we take time to give thanks for so many things. American Cancer Fund is continually thankful for all those who opened their hearts and wallets to support us and the great resources and programs we provide. We hope that we have helped you in some way and […]
CRUISIN’ For KIDS MOTORCYCLE RUN – FIGHTING CHILDHOOD CANCERS A BENEFIT FOR: AMERICAN CANCER FUND® 4 KIDS Sunday – Sept 22, 2013 REGISTRATION: 9:00 – 10:30am RIDE starts 11:00am Sharp. Rain or Shine $25.00 per person Start: Uneeda Appliance 405 Rt 202N, Raritan, NJ 08869 End: LANDSLIDE SALOON, 1090 RT 173, ASBURY, NJ 08802 After the run: BBQ, CHINESE AUCTION, 50/50, GREAT […]
Damon Harris, a former member of the Motown group The Temptations, has died at age 62, his family reported. His eldest daughter, Erica Harris Outlaw, told CNN her father had been battling prostate cancer for the last 14 years. “He was in great pain for the last several months,” she said. Harris died Monday, February […]
Television icon actress Bonnie Franklin died Friday 3/1/2013 at the age of 69 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. For a generation of single mothers, she embodied their struggles, with her pioneering role as a divorced mom raising two teenage daughters. Read the entire NY Times article here. Learn more about Pancreatic cancer.
According to his publicist, Van Cliburn, the legendary, classical pianist honored by a New York ticker-tape parade for winning a major Moscow competition in 1958, died Wednesday after a battle with bone cancer. To read the NY Times article, click here. Cliburn was 78 years old. To get more information on bone cancer, click here.