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Cancer and Careers has tremendous donors. Throughout the year, we like to call attention to them so that our community can see who helps to fund our programs. These are the companies making it possible for us to serve countless patients, survivors, healthcare professionals, coworkers, caregivers and employers every day! We proudly recognize them on our supporters page. Today, I want to thank specifically:
2013 National Conference on Work & Cancer Sponsors
The Third National Conference on Work & Cancer is on Friday, June 14. Click here for more information.
This free conference explores the challenges working people face as they try to balance their cancer treatment and recovery with employment.
Interested in becoming a Sponsor? Contact Elissa Burnstein at email@example.com
SELF Workout in the Park
The SELF Workouts in the Park are transformative total-body experiences that bring SELF Magazine to life by offering exciting workouts, beauty consultations, fashion tips, nutritional advice, and tons of freebies. Cancer and Careers is one of their two featured charity partners. If you are in New York or Chicago, check them out!
2013 Cause Marketing Partners
Every year, the best in beauty step forward to help raise awareness about the challenges people balancing work and cancer treatment face. This Spring, Cancer and Careers is supported by the following:
- Allure Magazine - Once again, Allure has selected Cancer and Careers as a charity beneficiary of their Allure Beauty Box initiative. Stay tuned for more information.
- Dermaflage - Dermaflage, a new partner, is committing $1 of every item sold in April and May on www.dermaflage.com to Cancer and Careers.
- Flexjobs - Flexjobs continues to offer their discount on membership fees for Cancer and Careers and CEW constituents. Use code CANCER when registering to receive 50% off. www.FlexJobs.com
- Laura Geller Beauty, LLC - Laura Geller Beauty is continuing its longstanding commitment to Cancer and Careers by donating 50 cents from every i-Care eyeliner pencil sold.