/2020 Sponsorship Opportunities

If you know...
A child who has been diagnosed with pediatric cancer,
A friend who has been treated with Tamoxifen for breast cancer,
A family member who has received a ride from Road To Recovery,
A cancer survivor celebrating another birthday,
Then you know...
         someone who has directly benefited from the good work of the American Cancer Society (ACS).

Please join us for an exciting new event to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer on May 8, 2021, at the Springfield City Library and Quadrangle. We are honored to serve as Co-Chairs for the first annual An Evening of Spirits!

 

We know many of your lives have been touched in one way or another by cancer. We understand the life-changing—and sometimes devastating—effects this disease can have not only on the patient, but also on their family, friends and their community as a whole.

 

Cancer Hasn’t Paused for Covid, and Neither Can We….

While we celebrate the tremendous progress in funding cures, we face a new crisis. The ACS’s revenue is projected to be cut due to the coronavirus pandemic. Because of the budget shortfall, we are at risk of cutting cancer research this year.

 

By supporting the ACS’s An Evening of Spirits, you can help us build more momentum in the fight against cancer. Funds raised through the event support the Society’s mission right here in western Massachusetts—to save lives by helping people stay well, celebrate lives by helping people get well and leading the fight for a world without cancer by finding cures and fighting back.

 

We’re proud to stand with the ACS as they lead this fight. We hope you will join us in not just dreaming of a world without cancer, but making it a reality.

 

Together, we will put an end to the fight against cancer!

 

Sincerely, Jeffrey Fialky, Esq. and Jeffrey Sattler

Event Co-Chairs

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We're in Danger of Losing a Generation of Progress

Due to the widespread health and financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, ACS revenue for the year is projected to decline by a third. Despite difficult cuts we’ve made, our programs, including our hallmark research program, are at risk. Without proper investment, we will have fewer preventative tools, fewer treatment options, lost progress towards a cure, and ultimately, more deaths from cancer in the future.

 

At the same time, with the spread of COVID-19, cancer patients and their caregivers are more vulnerable than ever. We need your support to keep our vital patient and caregiver resources available to all.

 

Given the limitations imposed on live events and large gatherings,

"The drugs I am on now are based in research that started in 1985.  I was 9.  Today's research investments are tomorrow's cancer treatments.  Everything we are doing right now is helping guarantee someone's future." - Rachel
Committment To Our Sponsors

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As a Sponsor of An Evening of Spirits, you and/or your organization become a part of something so much bigger than just this one event.


We’re proud to share that from 1991 to 2017, the cancer death rate has declined 29%. We’re on the cutting edge of treatments, resources and cancer prevention.


The ACS is a global grassroots force of over 1.5 million national volunteers dedicated to fighting cancer from every angle. We invest hundreds of millions of dollars every year to fight cancer on a globa l scale and have earned trust through a history of careful and proven financial stewardship for over a century.


The ACS is passionately committed to fighting all cancers and helping every community—western Massachusetts is no exception!


The money we raise through your sponsorship has a direct impact on the programs that support residents in western Massachusetts. One example is Road To Recovery, which coordinates volunteers who give patients reliable rides to their treatments. Another is Hope Lodge, which provides free temporary housing near treatment centers in the Boston area.


While we hope that you and your family members are spared from a cancer diagnosis, we’re here when and where people facing cancer need help. We’re proud of our progress, and we know that together we can doso much more.


Becoming a Sponsor of an ACS event will bolster you and/or your company’s reputation, and
demonstrate your commitment to serving the community.

Did you know:

We value our partnerships with corporate and individual sponsors and will serve as good stewards of your generous investment.  We are committed to providing you with valuable benefits and a positive experience.

Please join us as a sponsor for An Evening of Spirits on May 8, 2021, at Springfield City Library and Quadrangle.

Sponsorship Levels

When possible, sponsorship levels may be tailored to meet the goals of an individual or company.

Ask about becoming a sponsor!

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330 Whitney Ave #420, Holyoke, MA 01040

CONTACT PERSON

For any additional Info contact:

Jill Monson, Community Development Manager 

jill.monson@cancer.org

Tel: (413) 493-2122