Sponsorship Opportunity Thank you for your interest in supporting Cancer Response Team to help as many Arizona families as we possibly can explore options for alternative or integrative treatments for pediatric cancer. Listed below are some of the ways you can help sponsor CRT. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support of the pediatric cancer community in Arizona and look forward to hearing from you!
Sponsor A Family CRT was able to donate an average of $1500 per family during 2017-2018 thanks to the generosity of our various donors and fundraising efforts. We have aspirations to significantly increase the amount we are able to donate per family as we continue to grow! You can sponsor a child or family of your choosing, we can match a family to you or of course, it can be done anonymously. If you are interested in this option, please contact Kayleigh Wall Chief Family Outreach Officer Kwall@cancerresponseteam.org
Corporate Matching Does your company offer non- profit employee matching? We would love the opportunity to raise awareness through your company, industry or employer. If interested, please email email@example.com
Disclaimer:Cancer Response Team, Inc. is not providing any medical advice and has no direct affiliation with any alternative treatment organizations/clinics nor treatment practices. All articles, links, media and associated content are offered strictly as an open resource through the freedom of information. All alternative treatment plans are determined solely by the recipient(s) and/or legal guardian(s) along with their selected alternative practitioner(s). CRT does not guarantee any results. It is highly recommended that Recipient/Legal Guardian prior to commencing or terminating any treatment discuss such with Recipient’s medical providers. Recipient/ Legal Guardian agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CRT, its officers, directors employees and volunteers against any and all claims, causes of action, damages, judgments, cost or expenses, including attorney fees and other litigation costs, which may in any way arise from recipient’s treatment plan.