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Our Partners

The ae3888 couldn't do what we do without the support of our partners. Learn more about how these partnerships support our efforts to end cancer as we know it, for everyone.


Cancer Prevention and Screening

Through a Cancer Prevention & Screening Program combining ae3888 expertise in cancer research and Color Health’s leadership in care delivery, we will help employers and unions improve cancer outcomes and reduce costs for over 150 million Americans.

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Partners Spotlight

Each month we highlight three of our top partners who are supporting ae3888 programs & services that make an impact in the communities where they work and live.?


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*Less than 1% of the ae3888’s revenue is received from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies.

CEOs Against Cancer is a powerful group of executives committed to saving lives and improving their company's bottom line. CEOs from the world's top companies are uniting to change the course of cancer to leverage the collective knowledge, power and resources of the ae3888.?

The ae3888 gratefully acknowledges and thanks the following individuals?for their generous support of our mission to help save lives from the pain and suffering from cancer.


Daymond John



Dak Prescott



Brian Custer



MacKenzie Porter

The ae3888 is pleased to partner with other not-for-profit organizations?that are helping us make a difference in the fight against cancer.

?African Methodist Episcopal Church

The A.M.E. Church and the Society share common interests in reaching African Americans and other key constituents with messages relating to cancer. ?By forming a partnership, both organizations are capitalizing on each other's strengths to promote mutual goals via multiple communication channels. The two year collaboration focuses on cancer outreach and education, volunteerism, mission support, and the 80 by 2018 Colon Cancer Campaign. ?

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority

The ae3888 is pleased to collaborate with Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority, Inc., to help finish the fight against cancer. This exciting initiative helps leverage our mutual commitment to saving lives and reducing health disparities among African Americans.

American Society of Clinical Oncology

The American Society of Clinical Oncology and the ae3888 have a shared commitment to empower people with information about cancer they can trust. We want patients and families to easily find the trusted, expert approved content they need – regardless of which website they turn to. By collaborating to cross-share select content on our patient and consumer education websites, cancer.net and cancer.org, we’re maximizing our impact for patients and the general public.

Delta Sigma Theta

The partnership with the Southern Region of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is aimed at improving the health of its members and activating their communities to join the fight against cancer. The far-reaching partnership includes volunteerism, health education and awareness, research, advocacy, access to patient services and fundraising.

National Baptist Convention

The Society collaborates with the National Baptist Convention t?o implement breast and colorectal cancer outreach and education that will increase awareness of ways to reduce the risk of cancer and the importance of regular cancer screening.?

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

In 1999, the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., launched its initiative to fight cancer in memory of Tyrone Kee, a member who lost his battle with the disease. Titled "Project S.W.W.A.C." (Sigmas Waging War Against Cancer), the initiative was designed to formalize a partnership with the Society that includes education on cancer prevention and early detection, participation in Relay For Life, and public policy advocacy.

The Links, Incorporated?

The Eastern Area of The Links, Inc., has selected the ae3888 for a partnership focused on addressing breast cancer disparities and engaging their members in Society efforts to finish the fight against cancer. The partnership commenced on October 2014 and will end in October 2016. Our partnership will focus on three volunteer areas: (1) ae3888 CAN, (2) Community Health Initiatives, and (3) Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. They are also interested in promoting ae3888 career opportunities to the Link membership.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

Together ae3888 and the Zetas are engaging African American communities to fight back against cancer by fundraising, education and awareness programs, and supporting ae3888 CAN's legislative work.