Schools Against Cancer:


College Fundraising Opportunities

Schools Against Cancer provides college students with the opportunity to take on responsibility and gain leadership skills, while meeting needed community service hours for graduation or clubs. Plus, when students fundraise for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, they fuel cancer research and support patients right here in Western New York.

Mark Grimaldi Sr.

Cancer Survivor

As a cancer patient, fundraising events make you realize that you're not going through this alone. Besides the support of family and friends, the community out there always steps up.

Think your college is up for the challenge?

We do!

Check out how your school can make an impact in the fight to end cancer

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Here are some ideas to get you started


Competitive gaming is a fun and easy way to fundraise for a great cause. Plan a FIFA competition, Call of Duty marathon, virtual NBA tournament or any other virtual game. Participants can donate to participate and use the Good Move app to rack up points for time played. 

Hosting a virtual fundraising event can be an effective way to get yourself in front of a wide audience without the hassle of an in-person event. Choose a topic — be it cooking, fitness or improv comedy —and start livestreaming. Manage your fundraising efforts in the Good Move app for a seamless way to give back.


DIY Fundraising

Art show? Trivia night? Team Roswell allows you to fundraise for a cause while doing the activities you love to do. Join a community of DIY-ers who are on a mission to end cancer.

Take your group fundraising to the next level by hosting a Bald for Bucks event! Sign up to shave, cut or style your friends’ hair while fundraising for a great cause.

Bald for Bucks

Develop these skills with Schools Against Cancer:




Event management

Public speaking



About 89,000 young people (ages 15 to 39) are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States—about five percent of cancer diagnoses. By participating in Schools Against Cancer, you can help young adults like you who are battling this terrible disease. Your efforts fuel lifesaving treatments and innovative cancer research.

Amanda and Brianna are here to help!


Contact us with your questions by calling 716-845-2346, by texting 716-249-1910, or by emailing