Funds Raised Will Provide Education, Support, Resources and Research To Benefit Those with the Most Common Endocrine Cancer
ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivor's Association has been accepted into the world's largest workplace giving campaign. Federal civilian, postal and military employees will now be able to choose ThyCa as a recipient of their workplace donations through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). This federal employees’ charitable giving campaign raises millions of dollars each year for thousands of nonprofits providing health and human services throughout the world.
"Joining the ranks of the Combined Federal Campaign will help ThyCa provide needed services and research funding to support those who are touched by this life-altering cancer," said Gary Bloom, ThyCa Board Chair. “Thyroid cancer is one of the few cancers that is increasing in incidence. It’s extremely important to strengthen and expand support services for those affected by it, as well as to increase research to find cures for all thyroid cancer.”
ThyCa; Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association, Inc., is a national, all-volunteer nonprofit 501 (c)(3) service organization of thyroid cancer survivors, families, and health care professionals advised by nationally recognized experts on thyroid cancer and dedicated to education, communication, support, awareness for early detection, and thyroid cancer research fundraising and research grants.
Free year-round support services and resources include ThyCa’s comprehensive educational website, a Person To Person Network, local support groups coast to coast, regional one-day workshops, the annual international survivors' conference, email support groups, a toll-free survivors’ telephone number, an email newsletter, and the free downloadable thyroid cancer handbooks and the Low-Iodine Cookbook.
Information about thyroid cancer, ThyCa's free support services and publications, and the annual workshops and conference is available by writing to PO Box 1102, Olney, MD 20830-1102, emailing to email@example.com, calling toll free 1-877-588-7904, or visiting www.thyca.org.
Last updated: September 12, 2022