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Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers is proud to be partnered with non-profit cancer organizations around Colorado. Armed with a goal to help fellow Coloradans in, and around, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Boulder– we focus on supporting programs that empower our local cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers.

Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation

Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation

On April 1, Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance and the Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation teamed up to become one organization dedicated to alleviating the financial burden faced by Colorado cancer patients. Since their inceptions, these organizations have served approximately 9,000 families and distributed nearly $9 million combined. This merger helped reduce overhead and administrative costs, helped streamline the application process, and create organizational efficiencies-all allowing Ray of Hope to assist more cancer patients. 

Their contribution to Colorado is noteworthy, and yet, they will be the first to recognize that there still exists a great unmet need. Each year 26,000 Coloradans are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer patients are three times more likely to file for bankruptcy than any other patient. While treatment can average between $10,000-$25,000 per month according to the American Cancer Society, financial stressors extend beyond the cost of treatment. For many patients, a rigorous treatment regime has precluded them from working full-time. Some treatments are over a year-long, and most patients run through their savings before they complete treatment. In fact, many patients will forgo treatment because they cannot afford the additional financial burden that comes with being treated for cancer.

RMCC is dedicated to supporting Ray of Hope, and our patients, by donating $60,000 a year. We understand the financial burden many of our patients face and we don’t want them to have to decide between paying their electricity bill or getting the care they need. Within Ray of Hope, there is an RMCC fund so when you donate all of your funds go directly to help RMCC patients pay their non-medical bills.

Susan G. Komen Colorado – More Than Pink Walk

RMCC is the Presenting Sponsor for the More Than Pink Walk.

Why We Walk

The MORE THAN PINK Walk is Komen’s signature fundraising event. It’s a day where we can put aside everything else in our lives and share our stories, our laughter, and our tears to raise money that saves lives. While we may not be able to meet in-person, arms linked, side-by-side, we can still come together virtually to celebrate survivors those living with breast cancer, and honor loved ones lost.

  • Date: September 27, 2020
  • Time: 9:45 am

To learn more visit our calendar of events or the Susan G. Komen Colorado website.

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Boulder Community Health Center – B Strong Ride

RMCC is a proud sponsor of the B Strong Ride. Ride for a great cause! The B Strong Ride benefits the Boulder Community Health Center for Integrative Cancer Care, which offers integrative therapies for patients undergoing cancer treatments.

To learn more visit the B Strong Ride website. To donate visit the Boulder Community Health Foundation website.

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Light the Night

RMCC is a proud sponsor of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night event. An event that was started with the goal – “Bring light to the darkness of cancer.” The light and warmth The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society generates delivers hope in a time of despair, a community in place of loneliness and life-saving cancer research and local support for cancer patients and their families.

This year’s Light the Night event will take place virtually on October 22, 2020. For more information and to learn how to register, you can visit our event calendar or the LLS Light the Night website.

To learn more or donate to the Rocky Mountain Chapter Leukemia/Lymphoma Society you can visit their website.

American Lung Association – Run the Rocks

RMCC is a proud sponsor of Run the Rocks, which benefits the American Lung Association. The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease (including lung cancer), through research, education, and advocacy. 

Run the Rocks will take place on October 11, 2020, at 9 am and will be a virtual event in 2020. To learn more or register, please visit our event calendar or the organization’s event page.

Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance

Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance

The mission of the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA) is to promote awareness and early detection of ovarian cancer through advocacy and education while providing support to people affected by ovarian cancer. Every year, 220 women in Colorado will lose their battle against this deadly disease. Their deaths can be prevented by earlier diagnosis and greater awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms. There is no screening test for ovarian cancer, so being able to recognize these symptoms and being diagnosed early is critical to saving lives.

To learn more about COCA and their efforts across Colorado, you can click here to visit their website.

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Colorectal Cancer Alliance – Walk to End Colon Cancer

RMCC is the Presenting Sponsor for the Walk to End Colon Cancer (formerly the Undy Run). The Walk to End Colon Cancer is a family-friendly, hope-filled fundraising event that benefits the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. The Colorectal Cancer Alliance is the nation’s leading nonprofit dedicated to colorectal cancer. Their mission is to empower a nation of allies who work to provide support for cancer patients and families, caregivers, and survivors; to raise awareness of cancer prevention measures; and to inspire efforts to fund critical colorectal cancer research.

The Walk to End Colon Cancer will take place virtually on November 1, 2020, at 9:30 am. For more information visit the Colorectal Cancer Alliance website.

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