Thank you for your unwavering support of Cornucopia!
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Cornucopia Cancer Support Center depends on the generosity of its supporters to ensure that anyone affected by cancer can have the support and resources they need to live life to the fullest. As always, thank you for your generous gifts of time, money and talents.
You can help a number of ways:
Be an ambassador
Share your stories of Cornucopia with your friends, coworkers and family members. Let them know how we assist anyone affected by cancer at any stage of their journey, whether they are in treatment, a survivor, family member or caregiver. We are the only nonclinical cancer support center in the Triangle to provide integrative therapies, spiritual, emotional and physical support.
Provide a tax-deductible donation
Each gift furthers the progress and promise of Cornucopia and help us meet our unprecedented growth. Please invest in our important work in your community today so we can serve someone you may know journeying with cancer.
Be a Sponsor or Underwriter
Corporations, foundations and individuals are invited to underwrite any of our programs and services, and be a sponsor for one of our annual events – A Chocolate Affaire and the Summer’s End Golf Tourney. There are many benefits to event sponsorship.
Be a Volunteer
Your time and talents will assist us in the daily activities and special events. We seek volunteers with helpful hands, minds and hearts who can greet visitors, enter information into our database, join a special event planning committee, and other activities. You may help on a weekly or project basis.Become a Volunteer
Be a Giving Society Patron
Join in celebrating our legacy and investing in our future by becoming a member of Cornucopia’s new Giving Society.
Ask us about personal fundraising opportunities
We will help you build your own personal fundraiser through Facebook or events. We’ll assist you in setting your fundraising goals, collect donations and acknowledge your supporters. 100% of the funds raised will be used to meet Cornucopia’s mission.