How to fundraise and become a DIYnamo
We'll work with you to transform your passion or hobby into a fundraiser to help end colorectal cancer in our lifetime. Join us!
Turn your passion into a powerful fundraiser. Think of an event idea or experience in your community.
Create your fundraiser with our toolkits and online platform. We have lots of messaging to help you tell your story.
Start with a self-donation to your fundraiser, then ask your family and friends to join your cause.
Turn fitness into fundraising. Running, spinning, working out - any fitness activity you love can make an impact and raise awareness of colorectal cancer.
See the golf events that are making big swings in their efforts to raise funds and awareness for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. Join a tournament near you!
Ask for donations in lieu of gifts and any event can become a memorable fundraiser. Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or graduations to advance the Alliance’s mission.
Honor, memorialize, or celebrate a friend or loved one by creating a Blue Star Tribute page.
Creating a Facebook Fundraiser is an easy way to tap into the power of your social network. Get started with just one click.
This year, more than 150,000 Americans will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer—a preventable disease that is fatal for more than 50,000 people every year. This fact drives us to unite as allies in efforts to support patients and families, increase funding for research, and save as many lives as possible. During the next few years, we’ve set key goals to ensure we take considerable strides in these efforts. We need your help to achieve them—because tomorrow can’t wait.™
Save 100,00 lives through screening by 2029.
Reach 750,000 patients and caregivers annually by 2024.
Provide $30 million in CRC research by 2026.
Get to know Colorectal Cancer Alliance volunteer Nancy Pope and consider being a service to the community yourself.
In this Q&A, get to know Jill Loftus, a passionate and dedicated Colorectal Cancer Alliance volunteer from Denver.
In this Q&A, get to know Ashley Bowman, a passionate and dedicated Colorectal Cancer Alliance volunteer from Chicago, and consider becoming one yourself.