Hope starts here.
In this year alone, nearly 1.7 million Americans, including almost 33,000 Arizonans, will hear the dreaded words, “You have cancer.”
Since opening in fall 2011, Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center has offered new hope to cancer patients and their families throughout Arizona and the Southwest. Banner MD Anderson leverages the collective strengths of Arizona’s leading health-care provider and the nation’s top-ranked cancer center to wage war against cancer.
In southern Arizona, that fight is taken up by Tucson's UA Cancer Center at Banner – University Medicine North where cancer patients receive personalized and compassionate treatment using state-of-the-art techniques. There is more to know about the Banner Health Foundation in Tucson.
Hope starts here
Charitable gifts help extend the expert care provided by our physicians and make possible many special programs and services for patients. Philanthropic investment also funds critical research that leads to the discovery of more effective treatments and could one day lead to the elimination of cancer altogether.
Opportunities to support the patients, programs and services of Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center include:
- Research. Help find a cure for many types of cancer by supporting our slate of clinical trials, giving patients access to the latest breakthroughs and supporting the discovery of new treatments.
- Medical or Lodging Patient Assistance. Help low-income patients cover the cost of treatment OR nearby lodging for those requiring lengthy protocols.
- Integrative Medicine. Support cancer patients and survivors through complementary therapies, evidence-based alternative therapies, wellness programs, nutrition and exercise programs, support groups, and more.
- myCancerConnection®. Help pair individuals recently diagnosed with cancer with a compatible and compassionate survivor. Find more information below.
- Spiritual Support Services. Donor gifts currently being matched dollar-for-dollar to ensure that professionally certified spiritual support resources are available for all cancer patients, families, caregivers, and medical staff.
- Specific Types of Cancer. There are opportunities to support virtually every type of cancer program including breast, thoracic, pancreatic, melanoma, and prostate.
- Greatest Needs. Support the most critical needs at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center sites across the Valley or the University of Arizona Cancer Center.
Use the Let’s Talk information at right to contact us if you have questions about programs, projects, or facilities you wish to support.
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To assure that no one faces cancer alone, the myCancerConnection® program at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center offers opportunities to:
- Get Hope. Call 480.256.MYCC (6922) and get connected with a trained volunteer whose diagnosis, treatment, or experience is similar to yours.
- Offer Hope. Offer one-on-one support by phone and share your experiences. Join now and you can provide strength and hope for others.
- Support Hope. Volunteer on-site at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. Call 480.256.MYCC (6922) and start now.
- Give Hope. Make a difference in the lives of others with a tax-deductible charitable gift to support the program. Click on the green button above to give online and choose myCancerConnection from the drop-down list of programs. If you prefer, you can mail your check to: Banner Health Foundation / myCancerConnection, 2901 N. Central Ave., Suite 160, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Bringing together trained volunteers and those needing one-on-one support, the program was developed by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the marks are owned by MD Anderson.
OTHER WAYS TO HELP
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, fill out a Volunteer Application and fax it to 480.543.2861, deliver it by hand to the front desk, or mail it to the Cancer Center. Once your application is received, a Volunteer Services manager will contact you to schedule an informational interview session.
If you or a loved one needs care, or to learn more, visit the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center website.