Cancer is personal. We’ve all been touched by it. And we all want to stop cancer from hurting people we love.

Help us raise $5,000 to support Cancer Alliance of Nebraska (CAN) during Omaha Gives! and you’ll be supporting breakthrough work in cancer treatment right here in Nebraska.

At CAN, we believe that there is always something more we can do for those with cancer. Through your Omaha Gives! donations, CAN will be able to discover more new treatments and cures. Every day we get closer to the cure.

Disclaimer: Costs covered by CAN may vary depending on the individual clinical trial.

What we do:

Cancer Alliance of Nebraska is unique in its singular focus: discovering new cancer treatments and cures. We collaborate with experienced physicians, hospitals, clinics, donors, and patients in communities across the state of Nebraska to provide break-through treatments to cancer patients through clinical trials in the comfort of their communities. Our clinical trials have led to hundreds of successful outcomes right here in Nebraska.

Why clinical trials are important:

  • –  They lead to the discovery of new cancer treatments and cures
  • –  They are a key step in a comprehensive, careful research process
  • –  They can improve the health of participating cancer patients
  • –  They benefit future generations, impacting thousands of lives
  • –  When our research is shared – across the state and around the globe – we get closer to the cure even faster

How You Can Help:

1. Make a Plan to DONATE

Please consider supporting Cancer Alliance of Nebraska during Omaha Gives! so we can impact even more lives.

Your gift of $10, $50, $100 — or more — will make a difference. Consider a monthly gift and make an even bigger impact. Click here to schedule your donation right now or mark your calendar to donate during Omaha Gives! on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

2. Spread the Word

Let others know you are planning to donate by sharing this page so they can learn more about CAN and how we are innovating in the area of cancer treatment across the state.

Support from people like you helps all of us get closer to the cure. Thank you!