All Cancer Support Community programs are provided at no charge to people facing cancer. We rely solely on the generous support of local health systems, corporations, individuals, foundations, and fundraising event attendees. More than 99% of funds raised stay in Knoxville with 80% funding programs for those impacted by cancer, 13% covering administrative expenses, and 7% supporting fundraising efforts.
We accept gifts of cash, check, or credit card. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted online and all major credit cards including American Express can be accepted by visiting our office.
All donations may be made in honor of or in memory of a loved one and acknowledgement cards can be sent to the recipient or family members.
For more information or to participate in one of our fundraising programs, please contact CSC staff at (865) 546-4661 or by email.
View our 2018 Fall Newsletter
|Special Events||Join us at our fundraising events such as Celebrating the Art of Survivorship and Artitude or at one of the many community events held each year. Have a great time and support CSC!|
|Legacy Gifts||Contact CSC’s Executive Director, Beth Hamil, to request a planned giving brochure or to set up a meeting to discuss a bequest or other legacy gift to Cancer Support Community. Our professional, planned giving council is available to provide assistance.|
|Kroger Community Rewards||Visit Kroger Community Rewards and enroll your Kroger Plus Shopper’s Card. Select Cancer Support Community East Tennessee as your designated charity to start earning rewards for you and CSC on your next purchase. Participants must re-enroll every August.|
|Amazon Smile||Shop on Amazon Smile where you will find the same great items at the same low prices offered on Amazon, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase to CSC. Be sure to select Cancer Support Community East Tennessee as your charity of choice.|
|Jeans Days||Offer employees the opportunity to wear jeans for a small donation to Cancer Support Community. This is a great way to have fun and raise awareness for those impacted by cancer.|