Sponsorship

Latinas Contra Cancer (LCC) was born out of the necessity to increase cancer awareness and decrease mortality rates in the Latino community. We are dedicated to educating the underserved, low income Latino community around issues of cancer, providing patient navigation and other support services, and supporting key research around Latino health.

Your contribution is crucial to having a meaningful effect in this community. Through your financial donation, you can provide the following:

$1,000 – Covers the cost of a co-pay for 100 chemotherapy sessions
$2,500 – Provides eight scholarships for our National Latino Cancer Summit
$5,000 – Provides lymphedema sleeves for 40 cancer patients
$7,500 – Pays for one hour of individual counseling for 100 patients
$10,000 – Provides cancer education for 650 participants

Other opportunities are available!

In the past five years we have provided direct services to over 3000 people, and indirectly raised awareness among thousands of others through our Mother’s Day Walk, radio, TV, newspaper reports targeting the Spanish. Our newly designed website has reached millions around the world, and serves as a crucial resource for both English and Spanish speaking Latinos.

Additionally, with a nationwide population of 55 Million, Latinos make up one of the fastest-growing segment of consumers today. Studies have shown these brand loyal customers have millions of dollars in spending power, from blue-collar workers to professionals. In supporting LCC, you will stand in support of this dynamic and fast growing community, and will distinguish yourself as a leader in the support of Latino health.

To learn more about sponsorship, please contact us as ceo@latinascontracancer.org

About Us
Mission Statement

To create an inclusive health care system that provides services to the underserved Latino population around issues of breast and other cancers.

Latinas Contra Cancer is raising awareness about cancer in the Latino community, increasing access to quality care, working to decrease mortality and improving the quality of the health care experience.

© Latinas Contra Cancer 2017.