Celebrating for a Cause
Feel good this year by helping to provide free cancer care while celebrating your special occasions!
The Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology depends on the donations of generous individuals to sustain our organizational operations which allow us to provide important services and resources at no fee to our patients. Through individually tailored supportive care, support groups, spiritual care, psychological support; patients and families receive the needed supports to grapple with cancer, its treatments and array of outcomes and effects.
Now it is easier than ever to let others know about your support for the Simms/Mann UCLA Center. In partnership with the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center, we provide an easy-to-use online sign up to create a web page to help gather donations for the Simms/Mann Center. By creating a webpage, you can customize details with personal stories and inspirational memories to encourage friends and family to donate to the Center. Whether you want to get donations for a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary, or bring attention to a memorial to honor a special loved one, the reasons to hold a celebration fundraiser are endless.
The Simms/Mann UCLA Center appreciates the time and energy spent from supporters to help us provide free psychosocial cancer care to patients and family members. No donation is too big or too small in helping to make a difference in the lives of those with cancer. Every dollar that is contributed is deeply appreciated with the Center being 100% donor funded.
If you are interested in setting up your own personal fundraising page, you can click “Get Started” in this link here: http://tinyurl.com/SimmsMannCelebrate
On the 3rd page, be sure to enter “Simms/Mann – UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology” at the bottom where it asks for additional information on the specific program you’d like to dedicate your fundraiser to. If you have questions, please email email@example.com or call (310) 794-6644 for more information. For those who live in town, you can also arrange a personal meeting for assistance.
We appreciate and value any and all support. You can make a difference in what happens to someone who hears those words “You have cancer,” or “My mom, dad, friend has cancer.” As one of our Advisory Board Members Jim Ellison stated, “Medicine alone is not enough.”
For more information on setting up your own personal donation webpage and holding a celebration fundraiser, go to: https://www.simmsmanncenter.ucla.edu/index.php/support-the-center/celebration-fundraiser/
To see a recent example fundraiser that has helped raise money for the Simms/Mann Center, check out Amanda Lenvin’s fundraiser here: http://tinyurl.com/AmandaLenvin