The Cancer Concern Center is a beacon of light in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. Volunteers and donations help keep our doors open and the center in operation.
The Cancer Concern Center's annual budget is just $60,000, but for a small non-profit, that can be tough to raise – especially as our local community continues to rebound from Superstorm Sandy.
Huge organizations raise money for cancer research, which is important, but at the grassroots level, we're helping cancer survivors on a day-to-day basis. We need to pay our rent and keep our doors open. That's how you can help!
The Cancer Concern Center does not waste money on a fancy office, outrageous salaries, or mysterious "overhead." A big expense for our small non-profit is simple. It's our rent.
Our fundraising goal is to raise $10,000. That will cover one year of rent for the cozy, comfortable Cancer Concern Center.
The Cancer Concern Center doesn't feel like a doctor's office or hospital. That was deliberate. We wanted the center to be a welcoming place for cancer survivors and their family members to sit, sip a cup of tea, and talk about their very personal experience with cancer.
Point Pleasant Beach always has been our home. We're proud of our home - our town and our humble location, at 1101 Richmond Avenue. Your donation, of any amount, will help cover our rent and give us the stability to offer more programs for local cancer survivors. Thank you!