Ways to Help
You Can Touch the Life of Someone With Cancer
The James P. Wilmot Cancer Center at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Western NY is a not-for-profit organization. To provide outstanding care for our community's cancer patients and continue to discover new treatments that can bring about cures and improve the quality of life for survivors, we depend on the generosity of individuals, families, corporations, and foundations. We welcome your help in whatever form it takes.
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Making a Gift
Get information from our Office of Development on outright gifts, donating securities and stocks, planned giving, bequests, gifts-in-kind, real estate, and matching gifts.
Volunteering Your Time
Warm, compassionate, understanding individuals are always needed to help us create a positive environment for our cancer patients.
Find out volunteering your time at the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center
Donating Blood, Platelets, or Bone Marrow
This is perhaps the most personal of all acts of volunteerism. With the most direct and immediate of returns. Your blood flowing through another’s veins; your marrow making life-giving blood cells and providing hope for a future that couldn’t exist without you.
Find out donating blood, platelets, or bone marrow