INVEST WITH CANCER FUND
Help advance innovations BEYOND RESEARCH.
CANCER FUND I is an impact venture fund supported by our community of physicians, researchers, cancer survivors, patients, and their family and friends. We invest in early-stage companies developing cancer innovations with the potential to help patients, survivors, and previvors. LEARN MORE
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How we’re different
We turn hope into reality. CANCER FUND invests in companies turning promising innovations into breakthrough treatments and care that impact lives.
More than giving
You give to charities. With CANCER FUND, you invest and can share in profits generated from our portfolio. And you can start with as little as $500.
Know where your money is going. We’ll share the innovations your investment is funding and how it aims to benefit patient care, and you.
What we do
CANCER FUND works to make a real difference in the fight against cancer. We invest in innovations to improve patient outcomes, expand access to care, and reduce the cost of care for patients, survivors, and individuals at risk of developing:
- Breast Cancers
- Childhood Cancers
- Lung Cancers
- Prostate Cancers
- Glioblastoma and other Brain Cancers
- Colon Cancers
- Other Cancers
Members of our community
CANCER SURVIVOR AND CANCER FUND INVESTOR
CANCER DONOR TURNED CANCER FUND INVESTOR
I felt helpless whenever another family member or friend had to deal with cancer so I donated to cancer charities to help but I didn’t see any direct, measurable impact. I invest in CANCER FUND because I can see exactly how my support funds innovations for colon, breast, and other cancers I care about. And I see real impact. I would love to chat with you about investing in CANCER FUND. Drop us your info so we can talk more.
We get it. Donating to cancer causes is easy while investing seems complicated and risky. You might even lose all of your money . . . just like donating. With CANCER FUND, you invest to help cancer innovations reach patients and maybe earn a return on your money . . . not at all like donating.