With Gratitude to Our 2010 Philanthropic Donors

For more than twelve years, C-Change’s strategy as a convener of leaders in the cancer community has been achieved with visionary and strategic philanthropic support.

We are reminded that our successes are made possible only through the tremendous commitment our members make to define, direct, and carry
 
out our collaborative efforts. Through members’ generous commitment of time and expertise, we have been able to further our mission to accelerate action in the national fight against cancer. We are deeply grateful for their enthusiasm and hard work.

We rely not only members’ expertise and time, but we also rely on philanthropic contributions. Due to these generous contributions, all of
C-Change’s services, conferences and summits, publications, and documented findings are made available free of charge to those who have need for them. C-Change is deeply grateful to the following donors who have made financial commitments in 2010. If you would like to contribute to our mission, please contact Kinga Bartoszek at 202-756-1349.

 

Gifts Greater than $1,000,000
American Cancer Society
State Farm Insurance Companies





Gifts Greater than $250,000
Novartis





Gifts Greater than $100,000
American Legacy Foundation 
Pfizer 
sanofi-aventis 
Susan G. Komen for the Cure   
                                     

Gifts Greater than $75,000
Lilly USA, LLC 





Gifts Greater than $50,000
BlueCross BlueShield of Texas
GlaxoSmithKline





Gifts Greater than $25,000
Centacor Ortho Biotech
US Oncology





Gifts Greater than $10,000
Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush
The Dana Foundation




Gifts Greater than $5,000
Astellas / OSI
Russell Carson
Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas
Jacque and Lloyd Everson, MD
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation



Gifts Greater than $1,000
American Cancer Society
American Legacy Foundation
AstraZeneca
Bristol-Myers Squibb
CCS
CEO Roundtable on Cancer
Hospira
Integris Health
Johnson & Johnson
Merck
North American Association of Central Cancer Registries
Pfizer
Purdue Pharma
Gary and Cindy Reedy
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
US Oncology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gifts Up to $999
Carolyn Aldige
Brian Alexander
American College of Surgeons/Commission on Cancer
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Tara and Justin Arras
Association of American Cancer Institutes
Dileep Bal, MD
Anna Barker, PhD
Kinga Bartoszek
Marguerite Baxter
Bronson Healthcare Group
Helene Brown
Zora Brown
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids
Elizabeth Clark, PhD
Robert Comis, MD
Peggy Conlon and Bob Reale
Kristen Cox
Peter Dolan
Elizabeth and Richard Duke
Jacque and Lloyd Everson, MD
Philip Huang, MD
Nora Janjan
Tom and Mary Kean
Stephen Kindred, MD
Lance Armstrong Foundation
Life Beyond Cancer
James Marks, MD
Margaret Maruschak
Anne Fainsinger and Bill Mayer, MD
MD Anderson / University of Texas
National Coalition of Oncology Nurse Navigators
John Niederhuber, MD
Oncology Nursing Society
Carole and John Seffrin, PhD
Alison Smith, BA, BS, RN
Marty and Dudrey Smith
Scott Smith
Brandi Stevenson
Tasha Tilghman-Bryant
Van Andel Research Institute
Madelyn and Andrew von Eschenbach, MD
Armin Weinberg, PhD
The Winkenwerder Company
Governor Bob Wise




Gifts In-Kind
Hogan Lovells