Support the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center with a donation
Your gift can help make a difference in the lives of cancer patients, and in our community efforts to fight this disease through prevention and wellness support.
When you give, you’ll be providing funds we can use to support a range of opportunities, from providing wellness classes for cancer patients to helping to fund participation in clinical trials.
You can provide in a few different ways:
Contribute a financial donation by clicking here to donate.
Mailing a gift
Mail a check or send in your credit card information, and include this donation form (PDF).
Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center
202 Tenth St. SE, Suite 285
Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
If you’re considering a future gift to the Center, there are a few different options, including charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, pooled income funds, bequests, endowed gifts, and beneficiary designations. Please contact the St. Luke’s Foundation for more information at (319) 369-7716.
All gifts can be made as a memorial donation in honor of a person or family. If giving online or via mail, please indicate the name and address of the individual that you would like us to notify.
The Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center is a 501(C)(3) organization. The federal ID number is 45-2671609
Photo Art Project- A new way to honor your loved ones
Recent studies show that art can aid in the healing process. We have teamed up with local photographers to capture images of landscapes and familiar community settings, which can be placed throughout the Community Cancer Center and Radiation Center. For information on how to sponsor a photo and to view the image gallery click here.
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