Collaborations improve outcomes
Nonprofit and civic partnerships are critical to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance as we help expand our reach, resources, and impact. Collaborations with other nonprofit organizations and communities enable us to share knowledge, support, and expertise, ultimately advancing our mission to end colorectal cancer and improve the lives of those affected.
How we can work together
Improve awareness of colon cancer screening among your membership or constituent base through sharing Alliance resources or inviting the Alliance to speak.
Increase awareness and help to eliminate disparities by hosting screening events in collaboration with the Alliance or through co-branded use of the screening recommendations quiz.
Collaborate on innovative projects, webinars, conferences, and research on the local, state, and national level.
Benefits of partnership
Here are a few examples of how your nonprofit or civic organization can benefit from partnering directly with the Alliance.
- Learn from and connect with other Alliance local and national partners committed to ending colon cancer.
- Quarterly Newsletter with updates from Alliance on programs and services.
- Priority consideration for research grants and engagement opportunities, including screening events.
- Discount admission to Alliance sponsored events and conferences, including our annual AllyCon conference, which brings together hundreds of patients, caregivers, and families.
- Recognition on the Alliance website.
- Listing in our Patient and Family Support Resource Guide, a comprehensive listing of national and local resources for patients, caregivers, and their families.
Contact us today to start the conversation on how you can become a Colorectal Cancer Alliance partner.
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