If you are interested in becoming a member or fundraising for HackCancer, please visit our Get Involved page where you can find information on our membership levels, member application, and sponsor information.
HackCancer Board, Leader & General Member Commitments
The HackCancer organization exists because of the dedication and support of our team members. Member commitments are made on an annual basis, beginning each Spring with a second round of recruitment in the Fall. The structure of the organization is as follows:
HackCancer General Members
A HackCancer General Member is an individual who attends, promotes and supports HackCancer events and affiliated charities on a regular basis and becomes eligible to join a committee based on their initiative, contribution and experience. General member commitments are as follows:
The HackCancer Leaders are a group of dedicated individuals who actively serve and contribute to execution of the organization’s initiatives. Leader commitments are as follows.
HackCancer Board of Directors
The HackCancer Board of Directors is a team of individuals committed to the development and implementation of the vision of the organization.
HackCancer exists to fundraise for organizations that fight cancer. Through the donations of our generous supporters, we are able to fund research efforts in fighting cancer and support for those currently battling cancer. HackCancer does this by partnering with amazing non-profit organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), Make-A-Wish Foundation, Family House, Asian American Donor Program, Hospice, and many others. Contribute today and be a part of the HackCancer movement.
Want to fundraise for HackCancer? Donate your birthday, wedding, happy hour, spin-a-thon or event of your choice to raise money for HackCancer! Here are a few ways to setup your own campaign:
For more information on fundraising for HackCancer or if you have any questions, contact the following people:
Please note that HackCancer is a 501(c)3 pending non-profit organization, so your contribution is not yet tax deductible. Thank you for your contribution to hacking cancer!