EST. MMXX ★ Veteran Founded ★ The American Cancer Fighter's mission is to combat cancer through early detection and prevention education for EVERY American. Through our "Fighters Club" we help to aid and assist U.S. Military Service Members, Veterans, First Responders and their families who are battling cancer. It is our duty to serve those who serve America in their fight against cancer.
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Serving Those Who Serve US
As stated in the mission statement, our main objective is to help aid and assist U.S. Military Service Members, Veterans, First Responders and their families who are battling cancer. Being that our founder is a USMC Veteran and a cancer survivor, he felt the importance and need to help the heroes who sacrifice daily to serve all of America. Early detection was the main aspect that saved his life. That is why we are dedicated to educating all that we can of the risk factors concerning the many cancers that can affect us and to stress the importance to living a healthy lifestyle in order to help prevent a cancer diagnosis.
We pledge and promise to use all funds raised to go directly towards filling the American Cancer Fighter Foundation’s mission. We are an all-volunteer organization and will never pay a salary to any of our Board Members or their family members. A nonprofit organization should never be used for financial gain of an individual or group of individuals.
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Public confidence is a factor in the amount of money that a nonprofit organization is able to raise. The more nonprofits focus on their mission, the more public confidence they will have, and as a result, more money for the organization. The activities a nonprofit is partaking in can help build the public's confidence in nonprofits, as well as how ethical the standards and practices are. Ask questions and request their financials (IRS Form 990). NPO's are required by law to make their records public!