Now, Your Club or Organization can have
an Impact on Ending Children’s Cancer.

In the past, through individual donations, Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program has been able to support at least one Fellow and most often two Fellows per year in the first year of their Fellowships when they are working 80 hours per week.

But these individual donations have become less predictable, which makes it more difficult to plan how many fundraisers we must do to keep our commitment to the Fellowship Program.

To assist us in planning, and to generate the kind of funding we need, we have developed this Sustaining Club Sponsorship Campaign, which is open to all service clubs and organizations who are interested in helping stamp out children’s cancer.

In this campaign we ask these clubs and organizations to budget an amount each year that they will contribute to the Fellowship Program through KDCCP.

It can be any amount paid once per year, or quarterly or monthly.
When we tally those commitments we will know where we stand.

So please, Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions, Women’s and City clubs, Fraternal organizations such as Moose, Elks and Eagles, and organizations such as Chamber of Commerce and American Legion, consider becoming a Sustaining Sponsor and enjoy publicity via our website and social media and contribute to ending childhood cancer.

All participants will be provided with a banner patch in appreciation of their contribution. Thanks to the Ross Island Earlyrisers Kiwanis Club, Kiwanis Club of Springfield, Kiwanis Club of Baker City, Kiwanis Club of Kelso, Longview, and the St. Helens Daybreakers!

Will your Club or Organization
Become Our Next Sustaining Sponsor?

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Kiwanis Doernbecher

Children's Cancer Program


13160 SE 172nd Ave, #230
Happy Valley, OR 97086

© 2023 Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program.
As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, contributions to Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.