Our Strategy & Impact

Donors & Supporters

We are all impacted by cancer in some form or another. Meet some of our donors and supporters and learn why they are dedicated to increasing cancer immunotherapy awareness by helping CRI fundraise.

Donors & Supporters

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  • Mark Koch

    Young Philanthropist Mark Koch Runs in NYC Half 2013 to Support CRI

    Participating in a marathon is a great way to support CRI in the fight against cancer. Mark Koch, a member of CRI’s Young Philanthropists Council is running throughout New York City on behalf of those who’ve lost their lives to the disease.
  • Kate Bockholt

    Kate's Cure: Hope on a Silver Chain

    After watching her mother battle cancer for a second time, 11-year-old Kate Bockholt decided to help stop cancer by creating her own line of handcrafted jewelry. Kate's Cure has already raised thousands of dollars for the Cancer Research Institute.
  • Alexis Feldman

    Alexis Feldman and the Young Philanthropists

    Since 2008, Alexis Feldman has led a group of highly motivated young New York City professionals who are committed to ending cancer deaths.
  • Louise and Peter Moseychuk

    Battles with Cancer Inspire Couple to Give to CRI

    For the last eight years, the Moseychuks have been annual donors to Cancer Research Institute, with the confidence that their support would help the organization's immunological approach to confronting cancer.
  • Diane and Don Holmes

    Giving for a Time Beyond Their Lives

    NASA scientific software developers Diane and Don set up a charitable remainder trust with CRI because they believe in its philosophy: that our own bodies are capable of creating an immune response to cancer.
  • Skip Lockwood

    Skip Lockwood Is Driven to End Prostate Cancer

    Skip Lockwood, CEO of ZERO - The Project To End Prostate Cancer, is working towards eradicating prostate cancer by informing men of their risk and screening for cancer with ZERO's mobile medical units.
  • Sophie Stenbeck

    Stenbeck Foundation Fights Ovarian Cancer

    Sophie Stenbeck tragically lost her mother to ovarian cancer. Out of her family's devastating loss came a passionate desire to help researchers find new ways to detect and treat the disease.
  • Carole Franklin

    Carole D. Franklin: Helping Others Through the Cancer Research Institute

    When Carole learned she had colon cancer, she decided she wanted to make the Cancer Research Institute a beneficiary of her certificate of deposit, because of the Institute's mission to help patients overcome cancer with immunotherapy.
  • Carlos Ferrer

    CRI Trustee Excited for Future of Cancer Therapy

    Longtime member of CRI's Board of Trustees, Carlos A. Ferrer is committed to the Institute's mission in bringing immune-based medicines to cancer patients.
  • Hugh Kennedy

    Donor Travels the World While Making a Difference

    Retiree Hugh Kennedy lets his gift of annuities to the Cancer Research Institute do the funding, while he enjoys his travels all over the world.