Ways to Give

Your donations can have a significant long-term impact on the battle against pancreatic cancer. There are many ways to leave your individual footprint on pancreatic cancer research and funding.  The following are several ideas you can consider.  What works best for you?

A number of you have asked us to spell out exactly where these donations go. We directly support the pancreatic cancer research team at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution (http://pathology.jhu.edu/pancreas/index.php).  They do not use our donations to support fundraising or other administrative efforts. Instead, 80% of each donation goes directly to support pancreatic cancer science.

The remaining 20% of the donation we give to Johns Hopkins goes to the Dean’s office at Hopkins. The Dean’s Office supplies infrastructure support to the pancreatic cancer research labs for such items as paper towels, lighting, heating for the building, lab space, etc.

1.  Make a Donation:
a.  Mail check to:  JCM Foundation
115 E. Ogden Ave.  Ste. 117-205
Naperville, IL 60563
Please let us know if the donation is being made in someone’s honor or memory.
b.  PayPal

2.   Organize an Event

3.   Sponsor an Event

4.   Volunteer

5.  Become an Advocate

7.  Start a JCM Team in your area – Contact Us

8.   Join the Johns Hopkins National Familial Pancreas Tumor Registry

9. Send us your thoughts and ideas directly of how you would like to make a difference YOU WAY:  info@jcmfoundation.org

10. Follow our Social Media campaign and share our messages, posts and news with your friends, family and associates.

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