Ways to Help Financially
Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit funded through the generosity of private donors, corporations, foundations and fundraising events. Your contributions are tax deductible in accordance with applicable law.
If you have any questions about how donations can be allocated to fund specific programs, please contact Amy Sutton, Executive Director – email@example.com.
Ways you can help make a difference!!
Make a Donation
Donate a Vehicle
You can donate a vehicle – car, truck, boat, ATV, motorcycle, etc – to CSCCNJ! CSCCNJ benefits by receiving a cash donation to fund its free programs of support to help those affected by cancer in Central New Jersey: patients, friends and family.
You benefit by being able to reduce your taxable income when taxes are itemized. Plus you avoid the costs associated with selling your car. No need to pay for advertising, no loss of privacy and possible security risk, and no need to pay for vehicle registration, insurance, and repairs to keep your car in running condition while you wait for a buyer. Learn more here!
Fund a Program
You can help people who attend Cancer Support Community CNJ by funding one of the many free programs of emotional support, education and hope offered at no charge to anyone living with cancer. Please call for an outline of opportunities.
Support an Event
You can support any of the many fundraising events held each year through sponsorship, attendance, in-kind donations, and volunteering. Please call 908-658-5400 or e-mail for details of needs and current opportunities.
Opportunities to become a major sponsor of both programs and events are available. Help us plan for the future, become a multi-year sponsor. Please contact CSCCNJ details. Signature Event Sponsorships are available for Strides for Hope (Marathon/Half Marathon), Spirit of Hope (Annual Gala Celebration), Embrace Hope (Annual Luncheon) and Wings of Hope (Annual Celebration of National Cancer Survivor’s Day – Butterfly Release)… Please call for additional details.
Ways to Help at No Cost to You
You can support Cancer Support Community through the following programs with no cost to you.
iGive really is as simple as it sounds. iGive members can generate donations by shopping at any of our 800+ stores, or by simply using our internet search engine. There are no costs, obligations, nor any hidden fees. iGive is a free service to causes and members. When shopping, it’s all automatic! You don’t need to enter any codes, notify the store, or iGive. When iGive members shop via our special links (starting at the iGive.com web site, the iGive Newsletter, or having installed the iGive Toolbar “Donation Enabled“), tracking enables us to identify the purchases of each individual iGive member with an ID number. Causes always receive 100% of the donation amount which is advertised on our web site (iGive.com receives fees separately from the amounts that go to the cause).
Search the web with GoodSearch.com and each time you do a search, GoodSearch will donate about a penny to our cause! Shop online at GoodShop.com and a percentage of each purchase will be donated to our cause! More than 600 top stores are participating including Amazon, Target, Staples, Best Buy and more!
Share Your Story
Many people simply do not understand what Cancer Support Community does to help individuals affected by cancer in Central New Jersey. It’s hard to explain the personal stories and the effect that CSCCNJ has on people’s lives unless you’ve experienced it yourself.
You can help others by sharing your story with us. Check out the Story Request Flyer to see how you can tell others about how CSCCNJ has made a difference in your life. Contact Jessica Alfrey at (908) 658-5400 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
"I stopped sitting at home saying 'why me?' I began to crawl to The Wellness Community like someone in search of an oasis in the desert. My
car couldn't get there fast enough to be nourished by other cancer patients and to know that
I was not alone."
- Gilda Radner from her book
"It's Always Something"