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College & School Programs

Middle School Program

The American Cancer Society Schools vs. Cancer program brings education and community service to an middle classroom in a fun and exciting way that also allows students to help save lives from cancer. Through Schools vs. Cancer program, students can learn about cancer, steps they can take to reduce their risk of developing the disease, and tips to stay healthy.

 

 

Schools participating in Schools vs. Cancers fundraise for the American Cancer Society primarily through Relay For Life & Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events.

Schools vs. Cancer Leadership Message

Hi!

As the Fundraising Innovations Chair this year on the National Campus & Youth Engagement Team, I am excited to help grow our Schools vs. Cancer program for Elementary and Middle Schools across the nation. This is a great opportunity to raise more money with our Relay For Life and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer programs and to create some fun in our schools. Check out the program information and email me with any questions.

Maddi

Maddi Petrow

Fundraising Innovations Chair

National Campus & Youth Engagement Team (NCYET)

[email protected]

Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)

New to Schools vs. Cancer?

We’re so excited you are interested in bringing Schools vs. Cancer to your school or school district. Complete the form below and our team will contact you as soon as possible!

Schools vs. Cancer Resources

Middle School Schools vs. Cancer resources are coming soon!

Questions about Schools vs. Cancer?

Contact us via this form and our team will respond in 2-4 business days.

Need immediate assistance? Call the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345.

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