Welcome to Colleges Against Cancer!
Colleges Against Cancer is a non-profit organization group dedicated to help educate and raise awareness of various types of cancer, as well as working to raise money to help support advancements in cancer research through our combined efforts with the American Cancer Society. All donations and funds raised go towards the American Cancer Society to help hopefully, one day, find a cure.
Meet Our Executive Board:
President-- Fatima Amtashar
Vice President-- Cassidy Kinkead
Treasurer-- Alexis Ramos
Fundraising Chair-- Dan Klevorn
Mission Chair-- Jessica Shelvy
Event Coordinator-- Cassidy Stewart
Social Media Chair-- Madeline Eschbacher
SGA Representative-- Ashley Taylor
Interested Joining Colleges Against Cancer?
Please fill out our application here on Triton Sync!
(NOTE: The email that you put on your application is the one that we email so please make sure to put an accurate and current one. Thank you!)
Where to Meet?
We hold meetings every other Tuesday beginning September 6, 2016 from 2:30pm-3:30pm for the Fall 2016 Semester. All meetings will be taking place at MSC Room 315. See you there!
What Events Do We Do?
All of our scheduled events are some way related to either cancer awareness or to help raise money for American Cancer Society to donate towards cancer research. Some of our most popular events include but are not limited to..
Kickstart to Relay for Life
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
Bowling for Boobs
Protect Your Balls Dodgeball Tournament
Kiss Away Cancer
And of Course
Relay for Life!!
Be sure to add us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!
The mission of Colleges Against Cancer is to educate the UMSL community in cancer awareness and early detection, along with raising funds for support programs and research funded by the American Cancer Society. We also celebrate and honor those individuals who have survived cancer. This organization has the power to bring the UMSL community together in the fight against cancer.
All student organizations must submit a copy of their constitution and bylaws prior to receiving recognition from the university. Any time a change or revision is made to the constitution or bylaws, a new copy must be submitted.