Our Corporate and Industry Champions share our passion to accelerate progress and improve patient outcomes. By supporting the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Corporate and Industry Champions drive progress while strengthening bonds with their own stakeholders, clients and communities. We build corporate partnerships that are based on shared values to advance the goals of both organizations.
Companies can champion the trailblazing work of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network through sponsorship, cause marketing, employee engagement, workplace giving and general philanthropy. We are uniquely positioned to convene corporate and industry leaders worldwide and provide access to a diverse, engaged constituent base.
For more information about these opportunities, or for information about building a customized program, please contact us at email@example.com or 877-272-6226.
Cause Marketing Programs
Because of the generous support from our Cause Marketing partners, everyday purchases can benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network! We thank…
The Al Hirschfeld Foundation
BeCause Awareness Ribbons™
Cancer and Fishnet Stockings
Carma Cup Corporation
Dana V. Wines
The Jakovenko Group
Kate Furman Jewelry
Live Yours Better Boutique
Michael Gabriel Designs
Perusona Coffee Company LLC
Visa® Rewards Card from UMB
If you are interested in discussing a Cause Marketing program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The names, logos and content of our sponsors are used with their permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company or individual. Further, PanCAN does not promote or endorse any specific treatment, product, service or provider. PanCAN provides limited information on our website because we ultimately want patients to call PanCAN Patient Services and speak directly with a Case Manager to get the most up-to-date and personalized information specific to their situation. The information on the “Facing Pancreatic Cancer” section of our website is vetted by our Scientific and Medical Advisory board and is based on the programs and services we provide, featured in the national guidelines, and/or considered a standard of care as evidenced in strong scientific literature.