Giving to CRI

Join the Fight Against Cancer

There are many ways you can join us in the fight against cancer; no effort is too small! Donate today, start your own fundraiser, or take steps to create a planned gift. It is only with your help that we can fund innovative research and cutting edge clinical trials, with the ultimate goal of bringing breakthrough immunotherapies to more cancer patients, sooner. Together, we can conquer cancer.

The Cancer Research Institute is a trusted, highly rated charity with a long history of responsible management of donor dollars and a proven track record of success in transforming cancer treatment.

Contact Us

Have questions or want to learn more about giving to CRI? Email our Office of Institutional Advancement at or call us at (212) 688-7515.

  • Ways to Give

    A gift to the Cancer Research Institute today will fund critical research leading to better treatments for cancer patients tomorrow. Here are some of the ways you can support our work.

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  • Honor / Memorial Giving

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    A memorial or tribute donation is a meaningful way to remember a special person while at the same time helping others in the fight against cancer.

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  • Planned Giving

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    Naming CRI in your will or estate plans, including charitable annuities and trusts as well as life insurance and retirement plan gifts, can offer both you and CRI significant financial advantages.

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  • Support a Team CRI Fundraiser

    Team CRI

    Find and help other Team CRI community fundraisers in their endeavors to raise money for cancer immunotherapy research by donating to their campaign.

  • Other Ways to Get Involved

    Looking for a way to help besides or in addition to donating? Check out our ideas here for how you can help.

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  • Your Gift at Work

    Your Gift at Work

    Gifts to CRI are critical to our work. See how a gift to CRI is used to fuel the most critical scientific research at institutions worldwide and how it is leading to cures.

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