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Individuals and community organizations play a huge role in advancing the Cancer Research Institute’s work by raising critical funds to support our high-impact programs. Over the years, these community fundraisers (known as “Team CRI”) have generated millions of dollars—money we have invested in breakthrough medical research to discover immunological therapies for all cancers.

Whether you choose to organize your own event, such as a bake sale, golf outing, or fashion show; participate in a sporting event, like a marathon; or want to fundraise for your special occasion, we’re here to help.

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Meet A few Team CRI Members

  • Mark Fischbach

    Known more famously as "Markiplier" on his popular YouTube channel, Mark raised more than $8,000 for CRI, just by playing video games.

    Mark Fischbach, also known as "Markiplier" on his popular YouTube channel, raised more than $8,000 for CRI in just 9 hours, by playing video games. - See more at: http://cancerresearch.org/our-strategy-impact/people-behind-the-progress/donors-supporters#sthash.JzvmIW4N.dpuf

  • Emma Saunders

    With her family ravaged by cancer, Emma wanted to do something huge to conquer the disease. She decided to run in the Great Wall of China Marathon to benefit CRI.

    Her family ravaged by cancer, Emma Saunders wanted to do something huge to help conquer the disease. She decided to run in the Great Wall of China Marathon as a fundraiser for the Cancer Research Institute. - See more at: http://cancerresearch.org/our-strategy-impact/people-behind-the-progress/donors-supporters#sthash.JzvmIW4N.dpuf

  • Kate Bockholt

    After watching her mother battle cancer, 11-year-old Kate decided to create her own line of jewelry to raise funds to support CRI's mission in finding a cure.

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Need help?

Still have questions? Visit the “Team CRI Fundraising” section of our Frequently Asked Questions, read our Terms and Conditions, or contact Hannah Belisle at hbelisle@cancerresearch.org or (212) 688-7515.