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1 LETTER FROM THE CEO AND BOARD CHAIR 2 BACK ON THE BOOKS 4 STAY SKIN HEALTHY 6 CURRENT RESEARCH GRANTS 8 GLOBAL FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS 10 COMMUNITY GRANTS 12 CONGRESSIONAL FAMILIES CANCER PREVENTION PROGRAM 13 HEALTH FAIR AND 5K WALK/RUN 14 AWESOME GAMES DONE QUICK 15 THINK ABOUT THE LINK® 16 YOUNG-ONSET COLORECTAL CANCER 18 PREVENT CANCER DIALOGUE 19 QUANTITATIVE IMAGING WORKSHOP 20 VIRTUAL GALA 22 FOUNDATION RESOURCES AND NEWS 24 PREVENTGEN 26 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND SENIOR STAFF 28 MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD AND SCIENTIFIC REVIEW PANEL 30 LOOKING AHEAD: A FUTURE WITHOUT CANCER 32 DONOR SPOTLIGHTS 36 WAYS TO GIVE 38 DONOR HONOR ROLL 48 FINANCIAL STATEMENT


Dear Friends, This December, the Prevent Cancer Foundation® is celebrating 35 years of saving lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection. When we started this organization in 1985, we never could have dreamed of the progress we have made together. But if this year has reminded us of anything, it is that our health and safety are of utmost importance. They are the most priceless things we have. And cancer doesn’t pause for anything—even as a parallel health crisis rages around the world. We need to remain steadfast in pursuit of cancer prevention and early detection to save lives. That’s why we are looking ahead to our 50th anniversary and to what we can accomplish—together— in the next 15 years. You can learn more about our bold vision for the future on page 30. Together, we are imagining a world where no one dies of cancer. Thank you for daring to imagine this world with us. Sincerely, Carolyn R. Aldigé Founder and CEO

Gary R. Lytle Chairman of the Board

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Time to get screenings Back on the Books

When the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S., many lives were put on pause. Along with postponed vacations, rescheduled weddings or cancelled graduations, something even more important was being missed by thousands— routine cancer screenings and critical vaccinations. In the early days of the pandemic, the Prevent Cancer Foundation realized we would be facing a downstream effect of missed or late-stage cancer diagnoses. Once restrictions lifted, we launched “Back on the Books” to encourage people to get their routine cancer screening appointments rescheduled as quickly as possible.

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What you can do: If you are due (or overdue) for a mammogram, Pap test, lung cancer screening, colorectal cancer screening, PSA test, skin check or dental appointment, get your appointment Back on the Books. Routine cancer screening detects cancer early and increases the likelihood your treatment will be successful. Health care providers are working hard to ensure everyone remains safe during their appointments. Call your doctor’s office and ask what steps they are taking to limit your risk of exposure to COVID-19.


Our Findings In May 2020, we conducted a survey to find out how many appointments were being missed and why. This data has informed the Back on the Books campaign, enabling us to speak to the heart of why people are postponing or missing their appointments—and how we can help them. •  35% of American adults had a cancer screening scheduled during the pandemic and missed it. •  44% of those who missed appointments plan to contact the doctor’s office to reschedule.

And don’t forget the kids! It is especially important to make sure your kids’ medical appointments are continuing and they are staying on track for vaccinations to keep them safe from preventable (and dangerous) diseases and illnesses. For boys and girls ages 11-12, this includes the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. This vaccine protects against a virus that can cause at least six types of cancer.

Need more information? If you don’t know what screenings you’re due for, are wondering what safety precautions to ask about or are concerned about insurance coverage for screening services, visit preventcancer.org/ backonthebooks.

Media Highlights People ‘afraid to go to doctors’: A third of Americans miss cancer screenings, survey suggests July 28, 2020 USA Today Don’t Let Covid-19 Delay Your Own Cancer Screening October 25, 2020 Wall Street Journal

•  24% expect their doctor’s office to contact them. •

22% of people who have routine medical appointments or screenings scheduled in the next 3 months plan to postpone or cancel.

The Prevent Cancer Foundation is conducting these surveys on a quarterly basis to respond to attitudes and behaviors regarding cancer screenings and COVID-19.

Featured on: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC

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Stay Skin Healthy

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These skinfluencers want you to Stay Skin Healthy

Stay Skin Healthy: Last summer, the Prevent Cancer Foundation launched Stay Skin Healthy, a new, empowering campaign designed to introduce a younger audience to the power of cancer prevention. The campaign focuses on meeting the millennial audience where they are—and keeping them in the loop on how to stay skin healthy and reduce the risk of skin cancer. By using social media influencers to deliver key campaign messages, the Foundation is engaging young adults and sharing education and screening information for all cancer types to ensure this generation can Stop Cancer Before It Starts!®

Follow our ‘skinfluencers’ on social media! Tim Howard @TIMHOW1 Kelly Larkin @KELLYINTHECITY Ewa & Jeromy Ko @NOM_LIFE Elyse Love, M.D. @ElyseLoveMD Ebony Jamison @BROWNSKINBEAUTIFUL_

Meghan Donovan @MEGHANDONO

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Research grantees With your help, the Prevent Cancer Foundation supports research grants and fellowships for cancer prevention and early detection. The application process is competitive, and proposals are assessed through an external peer review. Our focus is on early-career researchers and high-risk, high-reward projects. Grantee: Alicia Allen, Ph.D. Named Award: Awesome Games Done Quick Institution: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ Project Title: A Novel Approach to Help Women of Reproductive Age Quit Smoking

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Grantee: Francisco Cartujano, M.D. Institution: University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, Rochester, NY Project Title: Advancing Smoking Cessation in Latinos Living With HIV One Text at a Time

Grantee: Jan Claesen, Ph.D. Institution: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH Project Title: Gut Microbiota Metabolism of Dietary Compounds to Chemopreventive Molecules


Fellow: Adrien Grimont, Ph.D. Named Award: Marcia and Frank Carlucci Charitable Foundation Institution: Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY Project Title: Mutant KRAS Allele-Specific Epigenetic Plasticity in PDAC Initiation Suzanne Hafiz, MPHE, CHES Illinois

Grantee: Artit Jirapatnakul, Ph.D. Named Award: The Shure Family Charitable Foundation Institution: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY Project Title: Modeling Nodule Measurement Uncertainty Using Quantitative CT Features

Fellow: Lilianna Phan, Ph.D. Named Award: Richard C. Devereaux Outstanding Young Investigator Award Institution: Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Project Title: Optimizing Risk Communication About JUUL Use for Young Adults

Grantee: Jordana Phillips, M.D. Named Award: Awesome Games Done Quick Institution: Beth Israel Deaconess/ Harvard Medical Center, Boston, MA Project Title: Contrast Enhanced Mammography for Women with a History of Breast Cancer

Grantee: Amir Zarrinpar, Ph.D., M.D. Institution: University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA Project Title: Microbial DNA as a Diagnostic Marker for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

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Technical Fellowships Since 2016, the Prevent Cancer Foundation has partnered with the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to fund Technical Fellowships, promoting the rapid transfer of knowledge and innovative technology in cancer prevention and early detection, primarily in low- and middle-income countries. To date, we have funded 38 of these grants. Though the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the usual fellowship process, we are excited to fund the three promising fellows pictured here, as well as an additional class of fellows in the coming year.

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Dr. Anarkhuu Bold-Erdene National Cancer Center of Mongolia; Mongolia Host institution: BC Cancer; Canada

Dr. Rana Chanchal King George’s Medical University; India Host institution: University of Nottingham; United Kingdom

Dr. Damigou Mawuli Sambiani Hôpital Aristide Le Dantec, Institut Juliot-Curie; Senegal Host institution: SOS Cancer Niger; Niger


2020 Global Grants The following organizations were each awarded a one-year, $75,000 grant.

Organization: Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services Title: Cervical Cancer Prevention among Female Sex Workers in Urban Cities in Cameroon Location of Project: Cameroon Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer morbidity and mortality in women in developing countries like Cameroon. This project will provide education, screening and treatment to female sex workers, who are vulnerable to cervical cancer and who are not likely to seek screening.

Organization: Duke University Title: HOPE: Women Empowering Women to Adopt New Technologies for Cervical Cancer Screening Location of Project: Peru The project will implement an innovative model of health care delivery that is community-based, relying on women empowering women to be active agents of change in their own health care. This model gives women privacy and agency over cervical cancer screening, allowing 98 out of every 100 women to complete care at home.

Organization: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Title: The Efficacy and Feasibility of Fecal Immunochemistry for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Nigeria Location of Project: Nigeria Colorectal cancer rates in Africa are rising, but there are limited data to guide screening in the region. This project will examine the accuracy and feasibility of a commonly used, inexpensive stool-based screening test as a vital step toward developing colorectal cancer screening programs in Africa.

Organization: Rice University Title: Point-of-Care Isothermal HPV DNA Amplification Test for Cervical Cancer Screening in Mozambique Location of Project: Mozambique Cervical cancer screening remains a challenge in resource-limited settings. The project team is developing and evaluating a new cervical cancer screening test that has the potential to be low-cost and high-performance, compared with existing technologies.

“The HPV test being developed at Rice University has the potential to significantly increase access to cervical “ Colorectal cancer is a major cancer screening in problem in Nigeria. This grant Mozambique. The test is will allow us to fill in a major gap in knowledge for colorectal designed for use at the point-of-care, to be user- cancer screening.” friendly, and to be inexpensive. — Dr. Isaac Alatise, Nigeria The team has made great strides toward validating the test and gaining feedback from our Mozambican collaborators to be sure it is appropriate for use in this context. I see a great need for this test in our cervical cancer screening program in Mozambique.” — Dr. Kathleen Schmeler, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

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2020 Community Grants “Thanks so much to the Prevent Cancer Foundation for its incredible support of the ScanVan as it returns to our most-vulnerable communities, overcoming the many barriers presented by this pandemic and providing comprehensive breast health care to those who need it most,” said Erika Hval, Senior Grants Manager for Project Renewal, Inc., located in New York City. Since 2007, the Prevent Cancer Foundation has awarded 91 grants to projects in a multitude of states and territories, as well as to organizations serving Indian Country. Here are the Foundation’s 2020 community grant recipients.

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American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) Minneapolis, Minn. Increasing colorectal awareness and screening at three American Indian urban health clinics

North East Medical Services San Francisco, Calif. Providing comprehensive multidisciplinary care to women with chronic hepatitis B virus infection and their infants

Binaytara Foundation Issaquah, Wash. Providing cervical and breast cancer education, screening and navigation support to 300 Bhutanese refugee women

Project Renewal, Inc. New York, N.Y. Providing free comprehensive breast cancer screening and education on board the ScanVan mobile mammography facility and bilingual patient navigation for 1,100 underserved women

Kintegra Health Gastonia, N.C. Coordinating breast cancer screening, diagnostic testing and navigation for 250 uninsured/ underinsured women Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc. Bayside, N.Y. Hepatitis B testing, education and care coordination for uninsured or underinsured community members

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center Buffalo, N.Y. Increasing knowledge and reducing barriers to lung cancer screening among underserved communities Tampa Family Health Centers, Inc. Tampa, Fla. Increasing colorectal cancer screening among an underserved patient population and establishing regular provider training and education about screening

The Research Foundation for SUNY on behalf of the University at Buffalo, The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Department of Family Medicine and the Primary Care Research Institute. Buffalo, N.Y. Partnering patient ambassadors with primary care providers to increase colorectal cancer screening among predominately Black patients VAX 2 STOP CANCER Birmingham, Ala. Educating providers, parents and adolescents with evidence-based tools to increase HPV vaccination completion rates


Impact Spotlight:

Health Care for the Homeless 2019 community grantee On any given night in Baltimore, Md., nearly 3,000 people experience homelessness. People experiencing homelessness have a higher cancer risk, and due to lack of access to health care, often do not have a diagnosis until advanced stages. Health Care for the Homeless partners with caregivers, advocates and donors to provide comprehensive health care and support services to people experiencing homelessness.

“If I hadn’t gone to the clinic, I never would have found out that I had cancer. Being able to see them every week saved my life. Now, I’m learning to love myself—and [learning] that I have something to live for.”

— Richard Holmes, cancer survivor

A community grant from the Prevent Cancer Foundation enabled improved access to colorectal and cervical cancer education and screening for the thousands of people without homes in Baltimore. Education and screening are now part of standard care at clinic sites and screening kits are readily available. These simple strategies, combined with targeted outreach calls to people due for a screening, have increased the rates of both cervical and colorectal cancer screening over the last year, helping dozens to detect cancer early and increase the odds of a successful outcome.

“Cancer prevention is important for everyone, but for our client population we know there are significant health disparities and much less access to cancer education and screenings. Many of these barriers we have to address at a systemic level, but by screening early, educating early, we are saving lives. Early detection leads to better outcomes,” said Lead Population Nurse Tracy Russell.

Health Care for the Homeless provided more than 800 cervical and colorectal screenings with the support of their community grant.

“With your support, we have successfully made cancer prevention education and colorectal/cervical cancer screening a higher clinical priority, including screenings in our regular workflows and targeted outreach to people due for screenings.”

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Action for Cancer Awareness Awards Since 1993, the Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program’s Action for Cancer Awareness Awards luncheon has honored congressional spouses, journalists and other advocates for using their platforms to educate the public on cancer prevention and early detection. On September 26, 2019, a bipartisan, bicameral audience of congressional members and spouses, as well as leaders in the cancer community, gathered at the Library of Congress to celebrate the 27th annual awards and the 2019 honorees under the theme of “Prevention at Every Age.” Congressional Families Leadership Award: Amanda Soto, spouse of Rep. Darren Soto (D-FL), and LeeAnn Johnson, spouse of Rep. Bill Johnson (R-Ohio) Ms. Soto and Ms. Johnson are active members of the Program’s Executive Council. Their activities include hosting educational and awareness events in their home districts. Excellence in Cancer Awareness Award: Patrick Dempsey Mr. Dempsey is an actor and producer, as well as the founder of The Dempsey Center, which provides free services and resources for patients, survivors, families and caregivers dealing with cancer. The Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program® works year-round to equip members and spouses—through educational seminars and webinars, events, and op-eds and social media posts—to take the message of cancer prevention and early detection back to their communities and constituents.

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Prevent Cancer Health Fair and 5k Walk/Run– November 3, 2019 Just three days after the Washington Nationals’ momentous World Series win, the Prevent Cancer Foundation took over Nationals stadium for the 11th annual Prevent Cancer Health Fair and 5k Walk/Run.

Breaking Records

Child’s Play

Individual fundraising for #PreventCancer5k skyrocketed to

fundraised!—in full force.

Kids ages 0-12 showed up—and

$108,000— a 260% increase from 2018!

19%

kids (0-12)

3%

teens (13-17)

77%

adults (18+)

Total Raised

$245,412 for cancer prevention and early detection

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Awesome Games Done Quick Much like the Prevent Cancer Foundation– born around a kitchen table–Games Done Quick began as a gaming competition in Mom’s basement. Now, thousands of people gather in person and hundreds of thousands stream from around the world to be part of the annual “speedrunning” gaming event, Awesome Games Done Quick, to raise funds for the Foundation. We are proud to be part of this community that defies the odds, challenges expectations and continually breaks records.

The 2020 event received more than 54,000 donations from more than 80 different countries and raised a total of $3.13 million for the Foundation. Each year the generosity and kindness of the gaming community amazes us. To date, Awesome Games Done Quick has raised more than $14.4 million to fund research, technology transfer and community grants in the U.S. and around the world, and cancer prevention and early detection education and outreach. Thank you, Games Done Quick, for being our valued partner as we dare to imagine a world where no one dies of cancer. 14 THE PREVENT CANCER FOUNDATION®


Think About the Link

®

This year the Think About the Link campaign teamed up with actor Ernie Hudson to share the message of the importance of the HPV vaccine to prevent at least six types of cancer. The human papillomavirus causes almost all cervical cancers and is also linked to vaginal, vulvar, penile, anal and oropharyngeal (back of throat) cancers. The HPV vaccine can protect against the virus to Stop Cancer Before It Starts!® Mr. Hudson is best known for his role in the 1984 cult classic Ghostbusters, but he is also a cancer survivor. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1998 and rectal cancer in 2011. In both cases, screening caught his cancer early and increased his likelihood of successful treatment. Mr. Hudson is now cancer-free and is spreading the word on the importance of getting the HPV vaccine to prevent cancer.

“It’s important to me that people know this issue is serious, but prevention is possible.” —Ernie Hudson

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Gut check: Young-onset colorectal cancer in your state

The Prevent Cancer Foundation recently issued a report to address the growing number of colorectal cancer cases in people under 50. The report, Gut Check: YoungOnset Colorectal Cancer in Your State, is a resource for members of Congress to raise awareness of young-onset colorectal cancer cases among their constituents. The report provides information about coverage mandates for screenings and the guidelines states use to develop insurance coverage requirements. Members of Congress can use its strategies to increase access to coverage in their states. Tim Kavanagh, a comedian and auctioneer, shared his experience with young-onset colorectal cancer. He was diagnosed at age 50 with stage 2 rectal cancer after a routine colonoscopy. Mr. Kavanagh said, “I thought

I was doing the right thing by having the procedure on time, but it was already too late.”

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Had Mr. Kavanagh been able to begin screening earlier, he could have caught his cancer at an earlier stage or prevented it completely. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), which determines coverage requirements for insurers under the Affordable Care Act, maintains routine screenings for those at average risk begin at age 50. But, after a consistent increase in young-onset cases since 1994, the American Cancer Society recently changed its guidelines to recommend screening at age 45 for those at average risk. The report serves as a call to action for Congress to use their influence and platforms and urge the USPSTF to lower its recommended screening age to 45, which could save thousands of lives each year. By working with Congress, we hope the USPSTF will hear our call and enable patients to access the colorectal cancer screenings they need. NOTE: Gut Check: Young-Onset Colorectal Cancer in Your State was created before the release of new draft guidelines on colorectal cancer screening from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force in October 2020. At press time, the draft recommendations had not yet been finalized. The Gut Check report is currently being revised—visit www.preventcancer.org for an updated version.


Too Young for This Sh*t: Patrick’s Story In September 2017, just one month after getting married to his wife, Amanda, and returning from their honeymoon, Patrick Beauregard was diagnosed with stage 4 colorectal cancer. The diagnosis had been a surprise to Patrick, who was 29 and healthy, and to all who knew him. “Cancer, at that point, was the last thing on my mind,” he had said. Patrick was part of a growing trend of Americans under the age of 50 who have been diagnosed with colorectal cancer. That’s why the Prevent Cancer Foundation is telling young people across the U.S.: You may think you’re Too Young for This Sh*t, but colorectal cancer is on the rise in younger adults. The Foundation is spreading the word about signs and symptoms of the disease, how to be your own best advocate for your health, and the steps to take—at any age—to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer. After several years of advocating with the Prevent Cancer Foundation and other organizations on young-onset colorectal cancer, Patrick died of the disease in September 2020, at age 32. The Foundation is committed to continuing our work on young-onset colorectal cancer in Patrick’s memory. You can learn more about Patrick’s story and the Too Young for This Sh*t campaign at www.tooyoungforthis.org.

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2020 Virtual Prevent Cancer Dialogue Webcast Series The 2020 Prevent Cancer Dialogue was held

Part 1: Cervical cancer and HPV

as a three-part virtual webcast series that

Speakers covered a range of topics including the potential for at-home screening for cervical cancer and how social media has affected communication about HPV vaccination.

took place on June 17, June 24 and July 1, 2020. Each webcast included engaging presentations as part of moderated panels, Q&A with panelists, facilitated peer-topeer conversations on trending topics and informative poster presentations.

“I liked the information on the advances in cancer screening and detection. The speakers and presenters were able to communicate their research and findings to a large audience and it still felt like being there physically.” – Amaka Ikefuna, health educator

Part 2: Innovative technologies to expand cancer screening This segment highlighted exciting new technologies that could be used in medically underserved areas to screen for breast cancer, oral and oropharyngeal cancers, and cervical cancer.

Part 3: Challenges and opportunities for cancer prevention and screening in Indian Country Speakers discussed the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Indian Country and how to connect with the community through educational outreach and initiatives.

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While the in-person event typically accommodates a few hundred people, our first-ever Virtual Dialogue had more than 2,000 attendees from around the world. People tuned in from 48 states, as well as Belize, Egypt, Germany, Ghana, Guam, India, Myanmar, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Switzerland, and United Arab Emirates.


Quantitative Imaging Workshop XVI: Lung Cancer, COPD and Cardiovascular Disease—On the Cusp of Transformation The 16th Quantitative Imaging Workshop, held October 10-11, 2019, explored how a revolution in biomedical imaging, which enables radiologists to detect the pathological process earlier than ever before, can be used to improve outcomes in managing early lung cancer. The goal was to introduce robust approaches to allow quantitative assessment of the growth of pulmonary nodules, as this is a sensitive and specific way to find early lung cancers.

KEY ISSUES:

LEADERSHIP AWARD:

RESULTS:

Attendees discussed how often lung cancer screenings also produced findings consistent with COPD. There is a great need to determine the best approach to screening for early lung cancer, COPD and coronary calcification with the same image. This combined approach can greatly enhance the cost-effectiveness of screening.

Andrew C. von Eschenbach, M.D., accepted the James L. Mulshine, M.D., National Leadership Award in recognition of his foresight and leadership in securing funding and implementing the National Lung Screening Trial, which validated the lifesaving value of low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) over standard chest X-ray.

An article summarizing the Workshop was published in Translational Medicine Communications in October 2020.

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VIEWED

HOSTED

More than 1,000 people viewed the virtual Gala.

Fox News National Security Correspondent and Foundation board member Jennifer Griffin stepped in at the last minute and was outstanding as the evening’s master of ceremonies—the key role in weaving together a virtual experience for everyone at home to enjoy.

SUPPORTED

Prevent Cancer Virtual Gala – September 10, 2020 The Prevent Cancer Foundation’s 26th Annual Gala, The Kingdom of the

Netherlands: A Virtual Masterpiece in Bloom, took place on September 10, 2020, as a livestreamed virtual event. The evening was filled with exciting performances and inspiring stories.

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One of the evening’s most emotional moments came when Foundation board member Susanna Quinn shared the story of her triumph over ovarian cancer in a video featuring many of her friends, family and supporters.

PERFORMED The evening’s pool of talent included notable musicians, actors, advocates and performers, including 311, Lauren Daigle, Alejandro Escovedo, Luis Guzmán, Ernie Hudson, Jeremy Ragsdale, Ali Rogin, Sheppard and Max Weinberg.

RAISED The Virtual Gala raised $1.56 million for Foundation programs— an INCREASE from the 2019 in-person event.


“Although we cannot meet in person, the Foundation’s mission is too important to cancel or postpone the Gala, so we carry on as best as we can, just like the longtime friends and partners we are.” – His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Netherlands, André Haspels

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The Prevent Cancer Foundation has updated its premier resources

Updated resources available now!

Breast Health E ducatio n for Young Women FACILITATOR’S

OCTOBER 2020

GUIDE

STOP CANCER BEFORE IT STARTS! A GUIDE T ®

PREVENTINO CANCER G

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Breast Health Education for Young Women’s Facilitator’s Guide

Stop Cancer Before It Starts!® A Guide to Preventing Cancer

This user-friendly education tool has been used in communities far and wide to reach young women with information about breast health and breast cancer. The Guide was developed to use in interactive group sessions—whether in person or virtual— and to encourage information-sharing with female relatives who are age-appropriate for screening.

Research shows that up to 50% of cancer cases and about 50% of cancer deaths are preventable with the knowledge we have today.

This Guide is your one-stop shop for cancer prevention and early detection information. You can find clear information about ways to prevent cancer and a breakdown by cancer type of risk factors, risk-reducing behaviors, symptoms and treatment options.

Download these resources free of charge at www.preventcancer.org/breasthealthguide and www.preventcancer.org/guide. Spanish-language versions of the guides are currently being revised and will be available soon.


Foundation in the News

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preventGEN In 2019, the Prevent Cancer Foundation created preventGEN, an advisory committee that focuses on cancer prevention from the perspective of younger generations. Thomas Abraham Illinois

Brandi Preston Nebraska

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Carolina Garcia, MPHE, CHES Illinois

Suzanne Hafiz, MPHE, CHES Illinois

Elisa Salazar Illinois

Alicia Storkamp Minnesota


Elisabeth Clymer Hockersmith Washington

Sandra Lee, M.D. California

Violet Marquardt Illinois

Gabriela Morales, Ph.D., CCHW Indiana

This group of young professionals collaborates with the Foundation on campaign ideas, concepts and content. We want young adults to know that it is never too early—or too late—to take charge of your health and reduce your cancer risk.

Thank you

to our inaugural preventGEN committee. Kelly Jamieson Thomas, Ph.D. Connecticut

Vanessa Uzoh, MS, CHES Texas

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Board of Directors

Carolyn R. Aldigé Founder and CEO

Gary Lytle Chairman

Joann Piccolo Vice Chairman

Charles S. Houser

Joel Jankowsky

Mia Spiker Johnson

Hollyn Kidd Schuemann

Brian Shure

Pawan Singh

James L. Mulshine, M.D. Vice Chairman, Scientific Director

Shabnam Kazmi

Jason Van Pelt

Paul Phaneuf Treasurer

Jeremy Hardy FitzGerald Secretary

The Hon. Vic Fazio

Joxel Garcia, M.D.

Diane Casey-Landry

William Magner

Scott McIntyre

Lynne O’Brien

Sustaining Directors

Emeritus Directors

Betty Alewine Karen D. Fuller* Joyce Gates Lilibet Hagel Gordon (Don) Hutchins, Jr. Marcelle Leahy Jean Perin Andrea Roane George Swygert David Tutera Margaret Vanderhye Virginia A. Weil

David S. Alberts, M.D. Catherine P. Bennett Margaret Bush Marcia Myers Carlucci Elmer E. Huerta, M.D., MPH Alexine C. Jackson Brock R. Landry

Founding Directors Alan P. Dye Harold M. Keshishian* *Deceased

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Senior Staff

Carolyn R. Aldigé Founder and CEO

Jody Hoyos Executive Vice President

Jennifer Niyangoda Vice President, Development and Marketing

Amy Sokal Managing Director, Finance and Administration

Lisa McGovern Executive Director, Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program

Janet Hudson Senior Director, Corporate Relations and Compliance

Karen Peterson, Ph.D. Vice President, Programs

Lisa Berry Edwards Managing Director, External Affairs

Erica Childs Warner Senior Director, Evaluation and Outreach

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Medical Advisory Board CHAIRMAN David S. Alberts, M.D. Director Emeritus, University of Arizona Cancer Center, Retired Regents Professor of Medicine, Pharmacology, Nutritional Sciences, Public Health and BIO5 The University of Arizona College of Medicine

Jasjit S. Ahluwalia, M.D., M.P.H, M.S. Professor, Brown University School of Public Health

Bart Barlogie, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, Retired, Ichan School of Medicine, Mount Sinai Medical Center

Monica M. Bertagnolli, M.D., FACS, FASCO Group Chair, Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology; Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Associate Surgeon, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Rachel F. Brem, M.D., F.A.C.R., F.S.B.I. Director, Breast Imaging and Interventional Center; Professor and Vice-Chair, Program Leader, Breast Cancer, the George Washington Cancer Center

Paul A. Bunn Jr., M.D. Professor, James Dudley Chair in Cancer Research, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, Division of Medical Oncology

Sigrid Carlsson, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. Assistant Attending Epidemiologist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Kenneth H. Cowan, M.D., Ph.D. Director, Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Riccardo Dalla-Favera, M.D.

David M. Gershenson, M.D.

Lovell A. Jones, Ph.D., F.H.D.R

Director, Institute for Cancer Genetics, Irving Cancer Research Center, Columbia University Medical Center

Professor, Department of Gynecologic Oncology & Reproductive Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Promotion & Community Health Sciences, Texas A&M University School of Public Health (TAMSPH); Research Faculty, College of Science & Engineering Texas A&M University Corpus Christi; Professor Emeritus, University of Texas Distinguished Teaching Professor, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center; Professor Emeritus, University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

William S. Dalton, M.D., Ph.D. Founder & Executive Chair, M2Gen

Edward Giovannucci, M.D., Sc.D.

Andrew Dannenberg, M.D.

Professor of Nutrition and Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Henry R. Erle, M.D. – Roberts Family Professor of

Anna R. Giuliano, Ph.D.

Medicine, Associate Director of Cancer Prevention, The Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine

Professor and Director of the Center for Immunization and Infection Research in Cancer, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute

Raymond N. DuBois, M.D. Ph.D.

Gary E. Goodman, M.D., M.S.

Dean, College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina

Staff Oncologist/Joint Member, Swedish Cancer Institute, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

H. Shelton (Shelley) Earp III, M.D.

Garth Graham, M.D., M.P.H.

Karen E. Kim, M.D., M.S. Office of Community Engagement and Cancer Disparities, University of Chicago

T. Peter Kingham, M.D., FACS

Director, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina

President, Aetna Foundation

Associate Attending Surgeon, Hepatopancreatobiliary Service, Department of Surgery, Director, Global Cancer Disparity Initiatives, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Stanley R. Hamilton, M.D. Professor and Head, Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Ann G. Kulze, M.D.

Stephen B. Edge, M.D., FACS, FASCO Vice President, Healthcare Outcomes and Policy, Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Margaret Foti, Ph.D., M.D., (h.c.) Chief Executive Officer, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

Harold P. Freeman, M.D. Chairman Emeritus and Founder, Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention

Patricia A. Ganz, M.D. Distinguished Professor Health Policy & Management and Medicine, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Director, Cancer Prevention & Control Research, Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center

Claudia Henschke, Ph.D., M.D. Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Elmer E. Huerta, M.D., M.P.H. Director, Cancer Preventorium, Washington Cancer Institute, Washington Hospital Center

Derek M. Huffman, Ph.D Associate Professor of Molecular Pharmacology and Medicine, Institute for Aging Research, Co-Director: CEAC Core, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Dr. Ann & Just Wellness, LLC

Charles (“Chip”) Landen, Jr., M.D., M.S. Associate Professor, University of Virginia Health System, University of Virginia

Berrnard Levin, M.D. Professor Emeritus, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Marc E. Lippman, M.D. Professor of Oncology and Medicine, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

Scott M. Lippman, M.D. Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Senior Associate Dean and Associate Vice Chancellor for Cancer Research and Care, Chugai Pharmaceutical Chair in Cancer, University of California, San Diego


Scientific Review Panel

Patrick J. Loehrer, Sr., M.D.

Bernard Levin, M.D. (Co-Chair)

Leena Hilakivi-Clarke, Ph.D.

Peter G. Shields, M.D.

Director, Indiana University, Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, Indiana University

(Co-Chair) Professor Emeritus, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

John L. Marshall, M.D.

James L. Mulshine, M.D. (Co-Chair)

Professor of Food Science and Nutrition, Leader of Women’s Health Section, Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota

Deputy Director, Comprehensive Care Center, Professor, College of Medicine, Julius F. Stone Chairman in Cancer Research, James Cancer Hospital, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Hematology and Oncology, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital; Director, Ruesch Center for the Cure of GI Cancers; Professor of Medicine and Oncology, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

Elena Martinez, M.P.H., Ph.D. Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine, Moores Cancer Center, University of California, San Diego

Professor, Rush Medical College, Rush University Armour Academic Center

Christopher Albanese, Ph.D. Professor of Oncology and Pathology, Director, Preclinical Imaging Research Laboratory (PIRL), Executive Director, Center for Translational Imaging (CTI), Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University

Rebecca Ashare, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Nicotine Addiction, Senior Fellow, Center for Public Health Initiatives, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Janet Audrain-McGovern, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

David Berrigan, Ph.D., M.P.H. Behavioral Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute

Robert Clarke, Ph.D., D.Sc. Executive Director, Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota

Nancy Emenaker, Ph.D., M.Ed., R.D.N., L.D., F.A.N.D. Program Director, Nutritional Science Research Group, Division of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute

Stanley Thomas Fricke, Nucl. Eng., Ph.D.

Stephen Hursting, Ph.D., M.P.H. AICR/WCRF Distinguished Professor, Deptartmnet of Nutrition, Nutrition Research Institute, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

Andrew G. Sikora, MD, Ph.D.

Brian Lehmann, Ph.D.

Professor of Surgery, Director of Research, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Research Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University

Kenneth D. Tew, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Mary Beth Martin, Ph.D. Professor, Departments of Oncology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University Medical Center

Pierre P. Massion, M.D. Professor of Medicine, Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center

Carola Neumann, M.D. Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology, Magee-Women’s Research Institute, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center

Rajesha Rupaimoole, Ph.D. Scientist II, Precision Molecular Oncology, Cancer Biology, Bayer Research & Innovation Center, Tufts Launchpad Biolabs

Marc D. Schwartz, Ph.D.

Chairman Department of Cell & Molecular Pharmacology, John C. West Chair in Cancer Research, Medical University of South Carolina

Danyelle M. Townsend, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences, Director, Analytical Redox Biochemistry, Medical University of South Carolina

Bruce J. Trock, Ph.D. Director, Division of Epidemiology, Brady Urological Institute; Frank Hinman, Jr. Professor of Urology, Professor of Urology and Oncology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Kent E. Vrana, Ph.D. Elliot S. Vesell Professor, Chair, Department of Pharmacology, Penn State College of Medicine

Zhen Zhang, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Oncology, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Professor, Oncology, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Associate Director for Population Science, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer, Co-Director, Jess and Mildred Fisher Center for Hereditary Cancer and Clinical Genomics Research

Professor of Radiology and Director of Medical Physics, Georgetown University Medical Center

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Chances are, you or someone you love has been affected by cancer. Every year, 1.8 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer. More than 600,000 people die of the disease annually.

Looking ahead: a future without cancer. The call comes from your mother. Your best friend. Your brother. Your child. Your doctor. The call that changes everything: CANCER.

Now imagine a world where you don’t have to fear that call. Imagine if cancer could always be detected early enough to be successfully treated.

Imagine a world where no one dies of cancer. The Prevent Cancer Foundation dares to imagine that world. The Foundation is rising to meet the challenge of reducing cancer deaths by 40% by 2035. To achieve this, we are committed to saving lives across all populations by investing: • $20 million in innovative research and technologies to detect cancer early and advance multi-cancer screening.

• $10 million to expand cancer screening and vaccination access to medically underserved communities, bringing hope to those who lack access due to financial, logistical and cultural obstacles. • $10 million to educate the public about screening and vaccination options—ensuring everyone, everywhere understands the importance of these opportunities to help lead long, healthy lives.

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Donor Spotlights

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The Stohlman Family Like many families around the world, the Stohlman family has been profoundly touched by cancer. With three generations of their family affected by this deadly disease, they wanted to do something about it. The Stohlmans chose to support the Prevent Cancer Foundation to help others prevent cancer or detect it early. Since 1996, they have given to the Foundation in nearly every way, including funding a full research grant for breast cancer research, supporting the Annual Spring Gala and the Health Fair and 5k Walk/ Run, and making annual donations. Even the

As we know all too well, there’s hardly a family that isn’t touched by cancer. But most families don’t respond the way the Stohlmans have done over a quarter of a century, by supporting the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s events

kids in the family, RJ and Lizzie, got in on

and programs, and helping save lives through cancer prevention and

the action by hosting a lemonade stand to

early detection. We could not be more grateful.

raise money for the Foundation! The Prevent Cancer Foundation gives

– Carolyn Aldigé, Founder and CEO, Prevent Cancer Foundation

our sincere thanks to the Stohlman family for more than 25 years of support to

Stop Cancer Before It Starts!®

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Alexine and Aaron “Jack” Jackson The Jacksons have always given generously in support of the Foundation’s annual events, including the Annual Spring Gala. The mission is personal: Ms. Alexine Jackson is a breast cancer survivor of more than 20 years, and Dr. “Jack” Jackson died from prostate cancer after a half-century career as a physician, teacher and surgeon at Howard University Hospital. Ms. Jackson was introduced to the Foundation in 1989, when she served as the national president of the YWCA of the USA. The Foundation and the “YW” collaborated on our first outreach program, Project Awareness. Ms. Jackson joined our board in 1995.. After Dr. Jackson’s death, Ms. Jackson’s dedication to the Foundation remained steadfast. She continues to support our work through her role as an emeritus member of the Foundation’s Board of Directors—we are so grateful for her generosity and service.

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Jennifer Griffin and Susanna Quinn Talk about a dynamic duo. When Fox News correspondent Jennifer Griffin teamed up with her friend, entrepreneur Susanna Quinn, they became a force to be reckoned with. Each has dealt with a cancer. Ms. Griffin was diagnosed with stage 3 triple negative breast cancer in 2009, and Susanna Quinn with stage 3 ovarian cancer in 2019. With huge networks of supporters and influencers, they knew they could use their experiences to help the Foundation save lives.

“I don’t want to be a worrier—I want to be a warrior!” Ms. Quinn said.

Ms. Griffin and Ms. Quinn have joined the Prevent Cancer Foundation Board of Directors and are currently tackling their first fundraiser, a popup holiday shop, as board members and ambassadors of the Foundation.

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Through your generosity, we can achieve our goal of reducing cancer deaths by 40% by 2035, our 50th anniversary. Your support today will help us continue to save lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection.

Join us in advancing cancer prevention and early detection. We dare to imagine a world where people don’t die of cancer. Do you? Over the past 35 years, each gift from a supporter has helped realize our mission of cancer prevention and early detection through research, education, outreach and advocacy.

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Do you dare to imagine a world where no one dies of cancer? Here are some ways to support this vision today: • Give monthly: Recurring gifts provide the Foundation with consistent and reliable funds to save lives. • Make a direct donation: Every dollar or share of stock you give furthers our vision and mission. • Celebrate a loved one: Pay tribute in honor or in memory of someone dear to you by helping others. • Plan a gift: Support prevention and early detection for generations to come by including the Foundation in your will, trust or estate plans. • Give at work: Donate with a payroll deduction through the Combined Federal Campaign (#CFC 11074). • Sponsor an event: Join us in Washington, D.C. for our Annual Gala or Health Fair and 5k Walk/Run. Or host your own event (golf tournament, video game marathon, silent auction, casino night) with friends to raise money.

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2020 Donor Honor Roll

THE EDWARD PERRY RICHARDSON LEGACY SOCIETY Edward Perry Richardson was the father of Carolyn R. Aldigé, founder and CEO of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. His struggle against cancer inspired her to establish the organization and his memory has sustained the Foundation’s mission of saving lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection. Members of the Edward Perry Richardson Legacy Society are special friends of the Prevent Cancer Foundation who have committed to ensuring the legacy of the Foundation by naming it as a beneficiary in their will, charitable gift annuity, charitable trust, individual retirement account or life insurance policy, or have made a gift of real estate or tangible personal property.

LEGACY MEMBERS

Mr. Henry Acad* Mr. and Mrs. James G. Aldigé III Mrs. Betty C. Alewine Mr. Dewey Vincent Allen* Mrs. Florence Atkins* Mr. Forrest R. Ayers* Miss Helen U. Baker* Ms. Margaret Bartel* Mrs. Lee Lupher Bartruff* Ms. Reba Cora Bean*

Mr. John A. Beaty* Mr. Anton J. Befort* Ms. Alice Elizabeth Behnke* Ms. Ellen Behrens Dr. Charles Bessey* Ms. Elizabeth M. Beylon* Ms. Elizabeth R. Black* Mr. Rex A. Bohling* Mr. and Mrs. Steve Borbas Mrs. Anne R. Bord* Ms. Lucille Bowman* Mrs. Rosa Braun* Mrs. Lucille Brents* Ms. Artie Mae Brooks* Ms. Jenny Brown* Dr. Victoria Nicolau Busulegas* Ms. Ettorina M. Cardella* Ms. Ida T. Cavoli* Ms. Victoria Conchie* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coplin* Mrs. Isabel H. Cosgrove* Mrs. Jennie R. Craib* Ms. Martha F. Cromley* Mr. Richard L. Davies* Mr. Marvin M. Davis* Mrs. Idella Church Dean* Mrs. Katharine S. DeLashmutt* Ms. Eva Devecsery* Miss Leslie C. Devereaux Ms. Irene Diefenbach* Mrs. Sally Dollinger* Mrs. Virginia S. Doolittle* Mrs. Myrtle F. Draffen* Mrs. Sylvia N. Ehrlich* Mr. Charles N. Eischen* Mr. Jerome L. Ellenberg*

Miss Grace M. Elliott* Ms. A. Irene Emswiler* Mr. Paul Escalante* Miss Mollie R. Evin* Mr. Edward Joseph Fabish* Ms. Barbara Falltrick* Ms. Anita M. Farmer* Ms. Claire Fearnside* Ms. Teresa Felton* Mr. Robert I. Fendrich* Ms. Estelle Filomio* Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald, Sr. Mr. Howard E. Foltz* Mr. Jay B. Foote, Jr.* Mr. Marion Frank* Ms. Berta Mae Gallagher* Ms. Helen M. Galvin* Mr. Lewis T. Gardiner* Mr. Harold N. Gilbert* Mrs. Esther Glendinning* Ms. Susan L. Goroll* Ms. Patricia O. Greenwell* Mr. James T. Grossmann Mrs. Helen Hall* Mr. Samuel D. Hall, Jr.* Ms. Elizabeth Handley* Mr. and Mrs. Van Buren Hansford* Ms. J. Harriet Hanson* Ms. Myrtle Hara* Ms. Sarah A. Hayat* Ms. Goldie Herrmann* Mrs. Ruth Hoare* Ms. Maria M. Hoemann* Mrs. Deborah Houlihan Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Houser Mrs. Alexine Clement Jackson

Ms. Stella Jacobs* Ms. Elizabeth C. Jenne* Ms. Elsie D. Johnson* Ms. Hazel Johnson* Mr. Nahum Joslyn* Mrs. Leslie A. Karr Mr. Joseph F. Kelly, Jr.* Ms. Rosemary Kelly* Mrs. Lenora M. Kerschner* Ms. Virginia Kintz* Lt. Col.* and Mrs. William Konze* Ms. Rose Koury* Ms. Harriet R. Kutik* Mr. Emil G. Kramer* Mr. Herbert Kramer* Mrs. Phyllis Kroeger* Ms. Larraine D. Lader* Ms. Carla Laemmle* Mr. Brock R. Landry Ms. Tirzah A. Lassahn* Mr. Philip A. Lawrence* Mrs. Floy Lehman* Ms. Jennie C.C. Li* Ms. Laurie D. Lima* Mr. and Mrs. Hal Litzius* Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lytle Mr. Stanley L. Mackey* Mr. Gordon L. Mann, Jr.* Mr. Pasquale A. Maresco* Mr. Benjamin Marks* Ms. Blondie L. Marsh* Ms. Anna Martinese* Ms. Miriam H. Mason* Mrs. Mary E. Mathis* Ms. Barbara Mazur* Mr. Norman S. McCallister*

Mrs. Virginia N. McConchie* Mr. Robert Lee McGuire* Mr. Robert F. McKinley* Ms. Margaret F.L. McKnight* Ms. Ezilda T. Michel* Ms. Irene B. Miller* Ms. Amy Mitchell* Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Mittelhauser Ms. Diane M. Montini* Ms. Mary Helen Moorhead* Mr. Donald Moy* Ms. Marabelle Nape* Ms. Claire Nemser* Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Neubrecht* Mrs. Elizabeth H. Newberry* Mr. Bernard Niewoehner* Mr. Harvey L. Panzer* Mrs. Anna Papa* Ms. Rose Pasternak* Mrs. Catherine Bond Patterson* Ms. Lonetta C. Patterson* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perez* Mrs. Josephine Ann Perrella* Ms. Patricia A. Peterson* Ms. Sylvia Petters* Mr. Richard J. Phillips* Ms. Joann Piccolo and Mr. Timothy Carmody Mrs. Doreen L. Pietraszkiewicz* Mr. John J. Pikulski* Mrs. Myrtle Potter* Mr. John Prigee* Mrs. Nancy Gray Pyne* Mrs. Josephine Rich* Ms. Joan L. Rochelle* Mrs. Zelda B. Rockwell* Ms. Arlene Rosen* 2020 ANNUAL REPORT

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Mr. Richard T. Russell, Jr.* Mrs. Ida I. Schaefer* Dr. and Mrs. Daryl R. Schaller Mrs. Charlotte E. Schneider* Ms. Marian A. Schwab* Mr. Glenn E. Selix* Mrs. Theresa R. Shapiro* Ms. Eleanor Shelly* Mr. Alfred J. Shaw* Ms. Dorothy Singleton* Mr. Elias Skaaren* Mrs. Elizabeth Cornell Smith* Ms. Elvera W. Smith* Ms. Betty C. Stich* Ms. Claire Strub* Ms. Genevieve Suss* Ms. Mildred Swartzbaugh* Ms. Ruth Thayer* Mr. Overton Arnold Thompson* Mrs. Ione M. Uphoff* Mr. Nicholaas Van Riesen* Ms. Colleen Mae Veith* Dr. Jan P. Vette* Mr. Stanley Vomacka* Ms. Margaret Vorous Ms. Rose Helen Walker* Mrs. Margery L. Weil* Mr. Richard Weiss* Ms. Bertha Wempe* Ms. Sarah H. West* Mrs. Laura S. Williams Mrs. Margaret A. Wilson* Ms. Kathy Winslowe* Ms. Victoria Winters* Mr. James B. Wittrock* Mr. Murlyn V. Wolstenholm* Ms. Edith M. Zimmerman* Ms. Bernice Zuber* * Deceased

LIFETIME FRIENDS ($25,000 AND ABOVE IN LIFETIME GIVING) INDIVIDUALS $1,000,000 and above The Devereaux Foundation Matthew Hill Foundation, Inc. $500,000 to $999,999 Mrs. Marcia M. Carlucci Estate of Stanley L. Mackey Estate of Gordon L. Mann, Jr. Joan L. Rochelle Revocable Trust Dr. Paul G. Stern $100,000 to $499,999 Mrs. Betty C. Alewine Estate of Dewey V. Allen Anonymous The Lance Armstrong Foundation Estate of Florence Atkins Mrs. Cecile C. Bartman Estate of Lee Lupher Bartruff Bohling 1994 Trust Estate of Anne R. Bord James H. Clark Charitable Foundation Estate of Martha F. Cromley Estate of Richard L. Davies Estate of Marvin M. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Ron Doornink Robert I. Fendrich Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald, Sr. Estate of Jay B. Foote, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Gates Mrs. Nancy M. Gray Mr. Samuel Hall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Holden III Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutchins, Jr.

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Joel & Carol Jankowsky Foundation Estate of Hazel M. Johnson Estate of Alice S. Konze Estate of Harriet R. Kutik Mr. Brock R. Landry and Mrs. Diane M. Casey-Landry Philip A. Lawrence Trust Estate of Jennie C. Li Laurie D. Lima Trust Mr. Richard Meyer III The Neubrecht Family Trust Estate of Harvey L. Panzer, Jr. Ms. Jean Perin Estate of Josephine Ann Perrella Rogers Rissler Foundation Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rowe Estate of Theresa R. Shapiro Estate of Eleanor Shelly The Shure Family Charitable Foundation Estate of Dorothy Singleton Mrs. Rachel Stern Estate of Betty C. Stich Mrs. Marianne Stohlman Mr. David Tutera and Mr. Joey Toth Estate of Murlyn V. Wolstenholm Estate of Stanley Vomacka Ms. Virginia A. Weil Estate of Margery L. Weil Estate of Margaret A. Wilson $25,000 to $99,999 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Aldigé III Alfred Bartel and Margaret Bartel 1992 Revocable Trust The Honorable Hushang Ansary and Mrs. Ansary The Cecile & Fred Bartman Foundation Estate of John A. Beaty Mr. and Mrs. John D. Beveridge Elizabeth R. Black Revocable Trust Mr. Richard F. Blackburn

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Bradley Estate of Rosa Braun Michael Brewer and Janet Brown Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Marvin P. Bush Mr. Landon H. Butler Estate of Ida T. Cavoli Mr. Scott Cawthon The Honorable Jennifer and The Honorable Ronald Christie Ms. Concetta DiLeo Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Dye Miss Grace M. Elliott Estate of Paul Escalante Ms. Linda K. Eyestone Estate of Edward Joseph Fabish Ms. Barbara Falltrick Fangamer Estate of Anita M. Farmer The Honorable Victor H. Fazio Estate of Claire Fearnside Mrs. Andrea S. Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Drew Figdor Estate of Howard E. Foltz Mr. Fred Frailey and Ms. Catherine P. Bennett The Carl M. Freeman Foundation, Inc. The Honorable Craig Fuller and Mrs. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Furst Estate of Lewis T. Gardiner Mr. Thomas Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gleich Mr. Phil Gordon Estate of Patricia O. Greenwell Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Van Buren Hansford Estate of J. Harriet Hanson Estate of Sarah A. Hayat Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hellmuth, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Houlihan Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Houser Estate of Elsie D. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Karr Mr. Anthony P. Kavanagh Ms. Rosemary A. Kelly Virginia J. Kintz Charitable Remainder Trust Mr. Andrii Korotkov Charles A. Kraenzle Colon Cancer Foundation The Lebensfeld Foundation Estate of Hal Litzius Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Lytle Ms. Kathryn A. MacLane and Mr. Dan Alcorn Mr. and Mrs. William F. Magner III Estate of Pasquale A. Maresco Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGettigan Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Megargee Irene B. Miller Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee Estate of Diane M. Montini Mrs. Angela Moore Dr. James L. Mulshine and Dr. Pamela Mulshine Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Nash Mr. and Mrs. Greg O’Brien Sylvan and Ann Oestreicher Foundation, Inc. Estate of Lonetta C. Patterson Mrs. Marjorie F. Perin Mr. Markus Persson Peterson Family Foundation Estate of Sylvia Petters Ms. Joann A. Piccolo and Mr. Timothy Carmody Estate of Doreen L. Pietraszkiewicz The Lynn R. & Karl E. Prickett Fund Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Quenneville Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Quinn Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Rocksprings Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Seth D. Rosen The Juliet Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. Ida I. Schaefer Trust Estate of Charlotte E. Schneider


Marian A. Schwab Revocable Trust Estate of Alfred J. Shaw The Honorable and Mrs. Kenneth W. Starr Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Stinson Ken and Ann Stinson Fund Estate of Claire B. Strub Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Taylor Estate of Overton Arnold Thompson Mr. Jonathan M. Topodas Mrs. Elaine Topodas Mr. Francis M. Turner and Mrs. Kimberley D. Fritts Estate of Ione M. Uphoff Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vanderhye Estate of Colleen Mae Veith Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Vieth Estate of Jan P. Vette Mrs. Sharon Borg Wall Mrs. Irene E. Walters Mr. Robert S. Weil, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Welters Estate of Sara H. West Mrs. Laura S. Williams Estate of Kathy Winslowe Mr. James B. Wittrock The Yuen Foundation Mr. Robert H. Zeps Estate of Edith M. Zimmerman Estate of Bernice Zuber

ORGANIZATIONS $1,000,000 and above Amgen Amgen Foundation AstraZeneca LP Awesome Games Done Quick Bristol-Myers Squibb Oncology Genentech, Inc. Gilead Sciences GlaxoSmithKline

Lilly USA, LLC Merck & Co., Inc. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Pfizer Inc. Pharmacia Corporation Roche Sanofi Susan G. Komen $500,000 to $999,999 Abbott Laboratories AbbVie, Inc. Anonymous Eisai Inc. Hologic, Inc. National Association of Broadcasters PhRMA Walmart Foundation Walmart Stores, Inc. The Yetee LLC $100,000 to $499,999 Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P. American Cancer Society American College of Radiology American Council for Excellence & Opportunity American Endowment Foundation American Society of Clinical Oncology AmerisourceBergen Arthur B. Coplin and Joan M. Coplin Family Trust Astellas Pharma AT&T Bank of America Bayer Beckman Coulter The Boeing Company Caesar’s Entertainment Inc. Celgene Corporation Comcast Corporation

COMSAT International Holdings Daimler Deloitte EMD Serono, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP Exact Sciences Corporation Exxon Mobil Corporation FedEx Corporation Ford Motor Company FoxKiser General Dynamics Corporation General Motors Foundation Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center The Gloria Heyison Breast Cancer Foundation Helsinn Group Humble Bundle, Inc. IBM Employee Services Center Johnson & Johnson Kellogg Company Living In Pink, Inc. Lockheed Martin Mac Heist Microsoft Corporation NACDS Foundation National Race for the Cure NCTA - The Internet & Television Association New York Life Northrop Grumman Corporation Onyx Pharmaceuticals Inc. Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. PwC Qwest Communications Salt River Project SBC Foundation SBC Telecommunications, Inc. Schering-Plough Corporation Schering-Plough Legislative Resources L.L.C. SIFMA Southern Company Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Co.

TE Connectivity Ltd. Time Warner, Inc. Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Tribune Company Twitch Interactive, Inc. Tyco U.S. Chamber of Commerce United Parcel Service US Oncology Verizon Viacom VP Racing Fuels, Inc. $25,000 to $99,999 1-800 Contacts, Inc. A&E Television Networks Accenture LLP Active Network Advanced Medical Technology Association Aetna Foundation, Inc. Aetna Health Plans Aflac Agir Ltd. Agouron Pharmaceuticals Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association Airlines for America Alaska Poker Association Alberto Culver USA, Inc. Alcalde & Fay Alexandria Real Estate Equities Alexandria Toyota Allied Domecq Spirits & Wine USA, Inc. Allstate Insurance Company Alston & Bird, LLP American Airlines, Inc. American Beverage Association American Chemistry Council American Express Company American Express Foundation American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers

American Gaming Association American Gastroenterological Association American Insurance Association American Medical Association American Society for Radiation Oncology American-Italian Cancer Foundation AmeriChoice Health Services, Inc. Annapurna Games Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous APCO Worldwide Apple Inc. Arthur Andersen LLP Association for Accessible Medicines Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. B.K. Miller Company, Inc. Baker & Hostetler, LLP Battelle Becton, Dickinson & Company Beer Institute Biotechnology Industry Organization Black Entertainment Television Bloomberg LP BlueCross BlueShield Association BlueCross BlueShield of Nebraska BNSF Railway Company Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Boston Scientific Corporation The Brink’s Company Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck BTIG, LLC The Capital Group Companies, Inc. Capital One Bank Capitol Counsel Cardinal Health Cardon Outreach CBS Eco Media C-Change CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

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CenturyLink Chicago Mercantile Exchange Christus Health CIGNA Cingular Wireless Cisco Systems, Inc. Citigroup Inc. Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company College of American Pathologists Community Oncology Alliance, Inc. ConAgra Foundation, Inc. Corman Construction, Inc. Council of Fashion Designers of America Covington & Burling CTIA-The Wireless Association Daiichi Sankyo Dell Computer Corporation Dell Direct Giving Devolver Digital Diageo North America, Inc. Discovery Communications Dominion Resources Services, Inc. Dropbox Duke Energy Corporation Edison Electric Institute El Paso Corporation Emergent BioSolutions Endo Pharmaceuticals Entergy Corporation Epigenomics, Inc. Facebook Faxitron The Financial Services Roundtable FLUOR The Focus Foundation Freddie Mac Friedman, Billings, Ramsey, & Co Charitable Foundation, Inc. Full Tilt Services Corporation Fund to Prevent Cervical Cancer

Game Time Marketing, LLC GE Company General Motors LLC Genomic Health, Inc. Georgia Department of Education School & Community Nutrition Glover Park Group, LLC Goldman, Sachs & Co. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Green Flash Brewing Co. Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc. Guardant Health, Inc. GW University Hospital’s Center for Breast Cancer Services H. J. Heinz Company Harrah’s Operating Company, Inc. Health Care Services Corporation Helen M. Galvin Charitable Trust Hilton Washington Dulles Airport The Home Depot Honeywell International, Inc. Hunton & Williams LLP IGH Charitable Foundation, Inc. iHeartMedia, Inc. Inova Health System Foundation Instinet International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer International Physician Networks LLC Jack Horner Communications, Inc. Ketchum Kiewit Companies Foundation Koch Industries, Inc. KPMG LLP LA Kings (Kings Care Foundation) Ladies Charity Classic of the National Capital Area Liquid Advertising Lung Cancer Alliance Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals Mark Krueger & Associates, Inc. MassMutual

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MasterCard Worldwide Mayfair Partners, L.P. Boston Market Medtronic/Covidien Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen Bingel & Thomas, Inc. Middle-Atlantic Section of the PGA The Midtown Group Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. Mortgage Insurance Companies of America Motorola Mylan Laboratories, Inc. Myriad Genetics, Inc. The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc. Nathanson & Hauck LLC National Association of Convenience Stores National Retail Federation Nestlé News Corporation Ltd. NextEra Energy, Inc. The Nickles Group LLC Nortel Networks NRA-Institute for Legislative Action Nuclear Energy Institute Opus East, L.L.C. Palmetto Peloton Project, Inc. Palms Casino Hotel Patton Boggs LLP Personal Care Products Council PGA Tour Charities, Inc. PNC Poker Players Alliance Poker Productions Pokerstars Progress Energy The Prostate Cancer Foundation Quest Diagnostics Quinn Gillespie & Associates, LLC Recording Industry Association of America Reliant Resources, Inc. Reuters Rockwell Automation

Ron Ruffennach Golf Classic Rush University Medical Center Schering-Plough Foundation, Inc. Shell Oil Siemens Corporation SoftBank Group Sony PlayStation Sprint Nextel Corporation Stohlman Volkswagen, Inc. Story Partners Sun Safety Alliance Sunoco, Inc. Super Meat Boy Taiho Oncology Tarplin, Downs & Young, LLC Tele-Communications, Inc. Tesaro Teva Pharmaceuticals Time Warner Cable tinyBuild LLC The Travelers Indemnity Company TTR Sotheby’s International Realty TXU Business Services Union Pacific Corporation United Airlines United States Steel Corporation United States Telecom Association United We Care Universal Music Group Van Scoyoc Associates Vanderbilt University Medical Center Venable Foundation, Inc. Vodafone U.S. Foundation Wachovia The Walt Disney Company WEST*GROUP Management LLC Williams & Jensen, PLLC Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America Women’s Shooting Sports Foundation of the National Capital World Bank Community Connections Fund

World Reach, Inc. Wyeth

MEMORIAL AND HONOR TRIBUTES These tributes are special ways to honor friends, loved ones and colleagues. Honor gifts often mark a special occasion like Mother’s or Father’s Day, bar/bat mitzvahs or a birthday. Many couples also designate the Prevent Cancer Foundation as a recipient of contributions in lieu of wedding or shower gifts. In return, the Foundation sends a card acknowledging these thoughtful donations.

HONOR TRIBUTES

Mrs. Carolyn Aldigé Mr. Jeff Alper Ms. Jill Bonney Ms. Marcia Carlucci Mr. Joseph Chowning Ms. Rosalie L. Cooper Mrs. Jeremy H. FitzGerald Mr. Mike Gilmore Ms. Jennifer Griffin Dr. Whitfield Growdon Ms. Janice Kiraly Mr. Brock R. Landry Mr. Gary R. Lytle Mr. Danny Olefsky Ms. Gay L. Pasley Ms. Deborah Rickabaugh Mr. Peter Steinberg Ms. Carol Sutton Ms. Kathleen Thayer Ms. Jacinta Thomas Ms. Virginia A. Weil


MEMORIAL TRIBUTES Mr. Bill Basil Mr. Robert Blake Ms. Margaret Blinka Mr. Thomas Bonfonti Mr. Bob Boswell Ms. Alethea S. Burch Ms. Sylvia Camille Ms. Marcy Coates Canavan Ms. Neva Cawthon Ms. Sharon Raymond Cherek Ms. Jean Marie Clement Mr. Joseph Cocoran Mr. Richard David Collier Mr. Ian Conroy Mr. Jim Cullison Mr. Nick Cumer Ms. Nancy Davis Ms. Erna Dax Ms. Heather Dillon Mr. Alvin Dodillet Mr. Marvin Duane Duff Ms. Sharon English Mr. Mark Eslinger Ms. Sharon Feldman Mr. Matthew C. Fox Ms. Deborah Gerard Ms. Esther M. Goldfine Ms. Miriam Greenberg Mr. John W. Griffin, Jr. Ms. Joyce Gunn Mr. Walter Hanyon Ms. Michelle K. Haug Mr. John R. Helfer Mr. Richard L. Hoffmann Ms. Barbara James Ms. Laurel Kamen Ms. Marianne Kasmer Ms. Gail Kellogg Mr. Larry Kirkwood Mr. Andrii Korotkov Ms. Jesse P. Krauch

Ms. Mary Lathrop Mr. Gregory Leeper Ms. Barbara Lytle Ms. Linda Maupin Ms. Arthur McClellan Ms. Michelle Mendoza Ms. Kathy Moore Ms. Marlea Moriarty Ms. Monika Morrow Mr. Donn O’Leary Ms. Gillis P. Olivier Mr. Michael G. Oxley Mr. Jim Parsons Mr. Neil Peart Ms. Velora Jernigan Pedrick Ms. Sarah Phillips Ms. Amy Richards Ms. Marie Riesenberg Mr. Anthony Riley Ms. Jo Brent Robertson Mr. Peter W. Rogers Ms. Ruth Rogers Ms. Bonnie Peters Sauls Ms. Cheryl Sayler Mr. Kermit C. Schoch Mr. Marty Sikich Mr. W. Dean Smith Mr. Richard Stohlman Mr. Dave Struckmann Mr. Michael Swetra Mr. Jonathan M. Topodas Ms. Elizabeth Ulitsch Mr. Edward J. Volz Ms. Arline Wagner Mr. Kyong Sun Waters Ms. Elizabeth Ann Buckley Welch Ms. Agatha Westerhoff Mr. D. Anderson Williams Ms. Caroll Wojkowski Ms. Emma Rong Xu Mr. Duk Yang

THE DEVEREAUX SOCIETY ($25,000 AND ABOVE) In 1993, Leslie Cameron Devereaux established the Richard C. Devereaux Outstanding Young Investigator Award in memory of her father who died of lung cancer. This grant or fellowship supports promising lung cancer prevention research.

INDIVIDUALS $100,000 to $999,999 Arthur B. Coplin and Joan M. Coplin Family Trust Estate of Philip A. Lawrence $50,000 to $99,999 Mrs. Marcia M. Carlucci The Devereaux Foundation Ms. Rosemary A. Kelly Estate of Charlotte E. Schneider The Shure Family Charitable Foundation $25,000 to $49,999 Joel & Carol Jankowsky Foundation

ORGANIZATIONS $1,000,000 and above Awesome Games Done Quick $100,000 to $999,999 AbbVie, Inc. Genentech, Inc. Gilead Sciences Matthew Hill Foundation, Inc. The Yetee LLC $50,000 to $99,999 American Endowment Foundation Amgen

Bristol-Myers Squibb Oncology GRAIL, Inc. Guardant Health, Inc. Hologic, Inc. Liquid Advertising Pfizer Inc. PhRMA Sony PlayStation $25,000 to $49,999 Annapurna Games Daiichi Sankyo Eisai Inc. Exact Sciences Corporation Facebook Lilly USA, LLC Merck & Co., Inc. Mylan Laboratories, Inc. National Association of Broadcasters National Retail Federation Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation SoftBank Group Walmart Stores, Inc.

THE CARLUCCI SOCIETY ($10,000 TO $24,999) Marcia Myers Carlucci and Frank C. Carlucci III* have been longtime friends of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. A supporter of the Foundation for more than two decades, Marcia Carlucci served as the Foundation board chair for six years and continues to serve as chair emerita and generous supporter of research grants and fellowships

INDIVIDUALS

TThe Cecile & Fred Bartman Foundation Mr. Brock R. Landry and Mrs. Diane M. Casey-Landry

The Honorable Victor H. Fazio Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald, Sr. The Carl M. Freeman Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Houser Mr. Andrii Korotkov Mrs. Suzanne McAndrew and Mrs. Christine Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Greg O’Brien Ms. Jean Perin Ms. Joann A. Piccolo and Mr. Timothy Carmody Mr. David Pittman Mrs. Susanna Quinn The Juliet Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. Mr. Cabel Sasser Ms. Milena Sullivan Ms. Virginia A. Weil

ORGANIZATIONS Advanced Medical Technology Association Aetna Health Plans Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P. American College of Radiology AmerisourceBergen Anthem Foundation Astellas Pharma AstraZeneca LP The Boeing Company Capitol Counsel Citigroup Inc. Community Oncology Alliance, Inc. Dropbox Edison Electric Institute Embassy of the United Arab Emirates Exxon Mobil Corporation Fangamer Farragut Partners Flatiron Health * Deceased 2020 ANNUAL REPORT

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Florida Cancer Specialists, P.L. Fox News Network Heron Therapeutics Humble Bundle, Inc. International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer Interstate Natural Gas Assoc. of America Ipsen Biopharmaceuticals Johnson & Johnson MasterCard Worldwide McKesson Corporation The Midtown Group New York Cancer & Blood Specialists New York Life Northrop Grumman Corporation Oregon Oncology Specialists REGO Intermediate Holding Company LLC Sanofi SIFMA Southern Company Stohlman Volkswagen, Inc. Super Meat Boy Taiho Oncology Tarplin, Downs & Young, LLC Tennessee Oncology Thrive Earlier Detection Corp. United States Telecom Association UNUM Life Insurance Co. VP Racing Fuels, Inc.

THE MULSHINE SOCIETY ($5,000 TO $9,999) James L. Mulshine, M.D., is internationally recognized as a leader in lung cancer research. For more than 25 years, he has shared his expertise with the Foundation, serving as Vice Chairman and Scientific Director of the Board of Directors, Co-Chair of the Scientific Review Panel and Chairman of the Steering Committee of the annual Quantitative Imaging Workshop

INDIVIDUALS

Anonymous Mr. Robert Carlson Mr. Charles Cleveland Mr. Jason Dunkelberger Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Dye The Honorable and Mrs. Gene Green Mr. Thomas Hinteregger Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Houlihan Ms. Shabnam Kazmi and Mr. Ashok Madhavan Mr. Mark Leoncyk Mr. Jesse Luehrs Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Lytle Mr. and Mrs. William F. Magner III Mr. and Mrs. Scott McIntyre Mr. Palmer Mebane Mr. Eric Mickley Irene B. Miller Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee Dr. James L. Mulshine and Dr. Pamela Mulshine Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Notebaert Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phaneuf Rogers Rissler Foundation Mr. Vinay Sarpeshkar G. Whitney Snyder Charitable Fund Mr. Stefan Thomas

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Dr. and Mrs. Bob Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Paul White Mr. Michael Williams Ms. Amber Yust Mr. Tariq Yusuf

ORGANIZATIONS Biotechnology Industry Organization Clark Geduldig Cranford & Nielsen CoStar Group Crossroads Strategies Foundation Medicine Green Mountain Energy Helsinn Group iHeartMedia, Inc. J. Wilson Advisors LA Kings (Kings Care Foundation) Lincoln Policy Group Lung Cancer Alliance Michigan Rod Products Mission Group Nathanson & Hauck LLC NIS America, Inc. Nuclear Energy Institute ONEHOPE Foundation Pharmaceutical Care Management Association PNC Precision X-Ray Inc. Ruesch Family Foundation Sachiko Kuno Foundation, Inc. Texas Oncology Writing Out Cancer Inc.

THE LEVIN SOCIETY ($1,000 TO $4,999) Bernard Levin, M.D. is a gastroenterologist and leading expert in cancer prevention and early detection. A professor emeritus at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, he serves as co-chair for the Foundation’s Scientific Review Panel, generously devoting his time to ensure research grant proposals are assessed through a rigorous peer review.

INDIVIDUALS Mr. Christian Adaker Ms. Arhama Al-Kuwari Mr. Nasser Al-Thani Ms. Sarah Amaya Mr. Nathan Ames Anonymous Mr. Bryce Aona Mr. Marcos Arribas Ms. Miriam Y. J. Atkins Mr. Stephen Augenstein Mr. Joe Auricchio Mr. Jim Avery Mr. Thomas-Kevin Bahler and Mr. Douglas Rosson Dr. Francis Collins and Ms. Diane Baker Ms. Emily Baker Mr. Anthony Baldocchi Mr. Isaac Ball Mr. Aaron Barany Mr. Travis Bartholomew Mr. Kerry Bassett Mr. Aaron Beal Mr. Drew Beierwaltes Mr. Vincent Bellec Ms. Catherine P. Bennett and Mr. Fred Frailey Mr. Scott Benson

Mr. Chris Berizko Ms. Artemis Berry Mr. John Bidwell Mr. Ben Bird Mr. Tim Bishop Mr. Max Blair Mr. Adam Blinkinsop Mr. William Blot Mr. Chris Blume Mr. Josef Bogatzki Ms. Mary Boies Mr. Tucker Boner Mr. Edward Bontempo Mr. Matthew Bowden Mr. David Boylan Mr. Raphaël Brambilla Mr. Andrew Brand Michael Brewer and Janet Brown Charitable Fund Mr. Daniel Brewer Mr. Robert Brister Mr. Kevin Brodwick Mr. Mark Brooks and Ms. Mary Powell Ms. Mary Browne Ms. Deborah A. Bumbaugh Mr. Landon H. Butler Mr. David Byard Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Calloway, Jr. Mr. Joseph Camp Mr. Daniel Carew Mr. Timothy Carver Mr. Michael Casebolt Mr. Terence Cavanagh Mr. Gustavo Ceccon Ms. Debby Chang Mr. Cedric Charles Ms. Sallie Chase Mr. Luis Hector Chavez Mr. Andrew Chesley Mr. Thomas L. Childs Mr. William Childs


Ms. Jean Choquette Mr. Bryan Chudnow Mr. Bill Clark Mr. Christopher Cobbold Mr. Christopher Connett Mr. Benjamin Conroy Mr. Joseph Coombs Ms. Amber Cottle Mr. Cyrille Crespy Mr. Brandon Cruse Mr. Justin Cruz Mr. Dillon Cullinan Ms. Nicole Currie Mr. Christopher Curry Ms. Jennifer Cutler Mr. Xavier Dang Mr. John-Michael D’Arcangelo Mr. Brandon Daush Ms. Kendra Davis Dr. Phillip J. Wakelyn and Ms. Suzanne C. DeFrancis Mr. Christian Deibler Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Delph Mr. Nicholas DeTommaso Mr. Samuel Donow Ms. Alicia Downs Ms. Suzanne Drohan Mr. Matt Drury Mr. Dajun Duan Mr. Ken Duberstein Mr. Joshua Durica Mr. Sean Dwyer Ms. Elizabeth Erickson Estate of Paul Escalante Mr. Ed Falkowitz Mr. Jordan Ferchill Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Fertel Mr. Dennis Field Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John FitzGerald Ms. Alice Fitzgerald

Mr. Jamie Fonalledas Ms. Elizabeth Fong-Jones Mr. Domenic Fratella Mr. Kevin Gadd Mr. Joel Ganson Mr. William Gardner Ms. Clarissa Garvey Mr. Daniel Ge Mr. Ian Gephart Mr. Luis Gervasio Mr. Paul Gerver Mr. Jonathan Gibbins Mr. Matthew Gillespie Ms. Julia Gluck Dr. and Mrs. Gary Gordon Mr. Matthieu Gourio Mr. Norman H. Green Mr. James Gregor Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Griffin Mr. Gerald Grovenstein Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Guillermety Matienzo Mr. Seth Gundy The Honorable and Mrs. Chuck Hagel Mr. Christopher Hale Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hall Mr. Zach Hall Mr. Daniel Ham Mr. Matt Hammerly Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hanley Mr. Vlad-Stefan Harbuz Mr. Lance Harder Mr. Jared Hays Mr. Mikael Hedberg Mr. Steven Herzog Mr. Seth Hetu Mr. Aaron Heuckroth Ms. Kimberly Hill Ms. Catherine Hill Mr. Charles Hill Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Holladay, Jr.

Mr. Eric Holmes Mr. Eric Hoogkamp Ms. Sally Hosta Mr. Matt Housh Dr. Clifford Hudis Mr. Henry Hughes Mr. David Hunter Mr. Patrick Hurst II Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutchins, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Iglesias Mr. Kevin Jackson Jr Mr. Alex Jacobs Mr. Christopher Jacoby Ms. Cheryl Jaeger Mr. Alexander Johnson Ms. Anne-Lise Jones Mr. Eric Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Joseph Mr. Logan Jostes Mr. Igor Justino De Souza Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Karr Ms. Kolja Kaschube Ms. Kate Keating Mr. Robert Keefe Mr. Paul Kehrer Mr. Gerald Keller Mr. Erik Keller Mr. Ian Kelly Ms. Kathy Kemper Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund Mr. Michael Kilbury Ms. Joy Kim Mr. William Kinard Mr. Boris Kochergin Mr. Nicholas Koerber Mr. Steven Kohrmann Ms. Kim Koopersmith Mr. Zak Kreiter Mr. Rajiv Krishnakumar Mr. Patrick Kuhlman

Mr. Matthew Kump Mr. Mark Kupferschmidt Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Lantz Ms. Simone Larivera Mr. Antoine Leblanc Mr. Matthew Lee Mr. Brian Lee Mr. Calvin Lee Mr. Brandan Lennox Ms. Jessica Lester Mr. Evan Lewis Ms. Marilyn Lewotsky Mr. Hugo Linck Mr. Creighton Long Mr. Matthew Lord Mr. Nicholas Loughrey Mr. Michael Lumish Ms. Ariadne MacGillivray Mr. Jimmie Maggard Mr. Jerome Majewski Mr. Alexander Malmberg Mr. Stephen Manley-Buser Dr. John L. Marshall Mr. Charles Martin Mr. James Massey Mr. Justin McCarthy Mr. Keith McDonough Mr. Andrew McDonough Mr. David McFadden Mr. Michael McGuinness Mr. Bernard McKinney Mr. Braiden McLellan Ms. Janet S. McUlsky Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Megargee Ms. Luna Meier Mr. Jonathon Melchior Ms. Erica Mendez Mr. Girish Menon Mr. Brent Merle Mr. Jeff Meyer

Mr. Daniel Michaud Mr. Stephen Miller Mr. David Mitchell Mr. Preston Moore Mr. Matt Moriarity Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Nash Mr. Matthew Nebel Mr. Erick Nefcy Ms. Jenna Netland Mr. Ted Newman Mr. J. Dakota Newton Mr. Robert Nix Mr. John O’Connell Mr. John O’Connor Mr. Ted Okon Mr. Justin Owen Mr. Stephen Painter Mr. Aric Parkinson Mr. Joseph Anthony Parrott III Mr. Brandon Parry Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Pauly Mr. Loren Peace Ms. Sarah Pekkanen Mr. Philip Pestinger Mr. Sean Petersen Mr. Brandon Pitman Ms. Erin Polak Mr. Trevor Potts Mr. Antti Puranen Mr. Bruce Pyenson Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Quirk Ms. Lori Reilly Mr. Alex Reinhart Mr. Noah Richards Mr. Joshua Rodgers Mr. Michael Rosen Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rowe Mr. Jean-Francois Roy Mr. Andrew Rueckert Mr. Jake Russell

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Mr. Kyle Sampson Mr. Balaji Sarpeshkar Mr. Manuel Sarter Mr. David Sassen Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Savarese Mr. Logan Saylors Mr. Gregory Schaeffer Ms. Mary L. Schaffer Mr. Kenny Schelin Mr. and Mrs. David J. Schiappa Mr. Jannes Schildt Dr. Kathleen Schmeler Ms. Kristin Schott Mr. Cody Schuffelen Mr. Troy Schuler Mr. Walter Christopher Sczudlo Mr. Timothy Seibal Ms. Farvah Shah Mr. Brandon Shalander Ms. Iuliana Shapira Mr. Eric Shields Ms. Mary Shue Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Shure Mr. Andrew Sikora Mr. Alexander Sikora Mr. Pawan Singh Mr. and Mrs. Carson B. Smith Mr. Lawrence Sonntag Mr. Neal Sorensen Mr. Steven Southall Mr. Matthew Speeney Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Johnson II Mr. Justin Stander Mr. Gregory Starkey The Honorable and Mrs. Kenneth W. Starr Mrs. Marianne Stohlman Mr. Jordan Stone Mr. Cye Stoner Dr. Erich Sturgis Ms. Emily Stuyvenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Sullivan Mr. Steven Sundrud Mr. George Swygert and Mrs. Lori Jenkins Mr. Blake Tacklind Mr. Terry Tai Mr. Motofumi Takamura Mr. Arvi Teikari Mr. Stefan Thomas Mr. Craig Thompson Mr. Adam Thompson Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Thompson Mr. Greg Thorne Mr. Ryan Tirrell Mr. Nicholas Tomasello Sami & Annie Totah Family Foundation Mr. Peter Tran Mr. Seth Troxler Ms. Megan Turney Mr. David Underwood Ms. Katherine Valdez Mr. Jason B. Van Pelt Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vanderhye Ms. Cicely Vaughn Mr. Bryan Veloso Estate of Stanley Vomacka Mr. John Wachsman Mr. Michael Wainwright Ms. Anne E. Wall Mr. John Wallin Ms. Tammy Weeks Mr. Daniel Weilert Dr. Louis M. Weiner Mr. Joseph West Mr. James Westbury Mr. Benjamin Wiles Mrs. Laura S. Williams Mr. Scott Wilson Mr. Michael Winz Mr. Sandy Wiraatmadja Ms. Candida P. Wolff

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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Workman Mr. Christopher Wright Ms. Marilyn Yager Dr. David Yankelevitz Mr. Alex Yelin Mr. George York Mr. Zachary Young Mr. Michael Young Mr. Paul Zagieboylo Mr. Philip Zahoruyko Mr. Austin Zehr Mr. Douglas Zwick

ORGANIZATIONS All Stage & Sound Inc. AmazonSmile American University Dance Team Amgen Cycling Club Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Cancer Center of Middle Georgia Chain Bridge Bank Craftworks Foundation Davis, Malm, and D’Agostine, P.C. Dovel Technologies, Inc. Elekta Frost Lighting of DC Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center Georgetown Valet Enterprises LLC IBM Employee Services Center IGH Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Independence School Network for Good Nordstrom Pleasant Valley State Prison Quest Diagnostics Reservoir Communications Salesforce.org - Matching Grants Schoolhouse Partners Steele Foundation LLC

Vanderbilt University Medical Center The Wawa Foundation World Bank Community Connections Fund

THE KESHISHIAN SOCIETY ($500 TO $999) Harold M. Keshishian was a founding board member of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. His leadership and commitment to the Foundation’s mission helped change the landscape of cancer prevention and early detection for generations of individuals affected by cancer.

INDIVIDUALS Anonymous Mr. Alejandro Acosta Mr. Zac Adams Mr. Mark Adelsberger Mr. Alexander Agcaoili Mr. Stefan Ahrer Mr. Tor Eirik Akselsen Mr. Michael Albert Mr. and Mrs. James G. Aldigé IV Mr. Jonathan Aldrich Mr. Timothy Aldridge Mr. Keith Alger Mr. George Allen Mr. Timothy Amburgey Mr. Frederiksen Anders Mr. Ariel Anzore Mr. Juan Araiza Mr. Joseph Arnett Mr. Niklas Asp Estate of Florence Atkins Ms. Michelle Auricchio Ms. Emily Austin

Ms. Mariana Baca Ms. Christine H. Bakalar Mr. Griffin Baker Mr. Andrew Bardee Mr. Gerald Barrett Ms. Rose Battaglia Mr. Peter Bault Ms. Viktoriya Baytser Mr. Todd Beckman Mr. Adrian Bedard Ms. Cheyenne Renee Benzo Mr. Alan Berndt Mr. Alex Bibbey Ms. Chelsea Bickley Mr. Daniel Boelens Mr. Michael Boilen The Honorable and Mrs. David E. Bonior Mr. Travis Borden Mr. Adam Bossart Mr. Ian Boswell Mr. Benjamin Bowen The Dorothy C. Boyce Fund of the T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving Mr. Robert Bradshaw Ms. Stephany Breau Mr. Roger Brendecke Mr. Felix Brewster Mr. Andrew Brick Mr. Adam Brickel Mr. Timothy Brightbill Ms. Melanie Brodsky Mr. Jonathan Brooks Mr. David Brown Mr. Miles Budnek Mr. Laurence Burke Mr. Ryan Burke Mr. K. Burtt Mr. H. Douglas Bush Mr. and Mrs. Marvin P. Bush Mr. Nicholas Byrd Mr. Matthew Caddell


Mr. Thomas Callahan Mr. Domenic Callocchia Mr. Tyler Carlson Mr. Dustin Carlton Mr. Scott Carter Ms. Liz Cassady Mr. Stephen Chalker Mr. Doran Chamberlain Mr. Winston Chan Mr. Brian Chau Mr. David Chuhay Ms. Sylvie Cierpucha Mr. Scott Clark Mr. Brad Clarke Ms. Lindsay Coburn Mr. Keith Cockerham Mr. Preston Cody Mr. Philip Cohn-Cort Mr. Andrew Cole Mr. Richard Colton Mr. John Connelly Mr. Christopher Cooper Mr. Andrew Copple Ms. Linda Courie Ms. Sarah Courtney Mr. Jesse Cox Mr. Christopher Coxe Mr. Greg Crump Ms. Sheila Cullen Mr. Sean Darcy Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. Darneille Mr. Dick Davis Mr. Justin Davis Mr. Charles De Clercq Mr. Matthew De Felice Ms. Melissa De Leon Mr. Kunal Desai Mr. Nick Detweiler Mr. Sean DeVarney Ms. Rebecca Dickerson

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Diefenbach Ms. Concetta DiLeo Mr. Michael DiPetrillo Mr. Thomas Dixon Mr. Martin Dobler Mr. Michael Dunsmuir Mr. Tyler Eaton Mr. Alexander Eggers Mr. Andrew Eierman Ms. Fay Eisenberg Mr. Ralph El Hage Mr. Michael Ennis Mr. Damien Erambert Mr. Martin Fahlström Mr. Neal Fairchild Mr. John Fenoglio Ms. Anna Fenstermaker Mr. Daniel Fetherston Mr. Jeremy Figgins Mr. Dan Fine Mr. Kenneth Fite Mr. Alex Fitts Ms. Jeremy FitzGerald Mr. Sean Fitzgerald Mr. Philippe Flamm Mr. Jason Flynn Mr. Stewart Font Mr. Ian Fraser Mr. Colin Fulton Mr. Gabriel Gagnon Mr. Cody Gaut Mr. Philippe Genois Mr. Jonathan George Mr. James Gerity Mr. Kevin Gibson Mr. Tyler Gildone Mr. Erik Gilling Mr. Joshua Gladstone Mr. Wade Glenn Mr. Matthew Goertzen

Mr. Simon Goldeen Mr. Matthew Goldman Mr. Timothy Gonzalez Mr. James Gordon Mr. Charles-Henri Gourdon Mr. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Greenberg Ms. Kelsey Greene Mr. William Greenwell Ms. Jennifer Griffin Mr. Sean Griffin Mr. Max Grifka Mr. John Gromatsky Mr. John Gross Mr. Manuel Guerra Mr. Kevin Guidry Ms. Arin Gutu Mr. and Mrs. John H. Guy IV Mr. Paul Guyet Mr. Michael Guyett Mr. Greg Hackmann Ms. Laren Hagen Mr. Michael Haight Mr. Peter Halse Mr. Paul Hamilton Mr. Brian Hanks Mr. Daniel Hanson Mr. Tyler Harley Marilyn A. Harris, Ph.D. Mr. Ryan Harrod Mr. Chester Hathaway Ms. Joni Hautamäki Ms. Carrie Henderson Mr. Shawn Henderson Ms. Kat Henry Ms. Courtney Higgins Mr. Drew Hill Ms. Sarah Elstad Hodne Mr. Daniel Hoekstra Mr. Gregory G. Hoffmann

Mr. Gary Hogan Mr. Brian Hood Mr. and Mrs. John C. H. Hooff, Jr. Mr. Jason Hopkins Ms. Mary Horrocks Mrs. Linda S. Houck Mr. Alan Huang Mr. Raymond Huber Mr. David Hunt Mr. Nickolas Ivey Mr. Tom Jackson Mr. Lucas Jacobs Mr. Kevin Jacobson Ms. Ashley James Ms. Sierra James Mr. Nicholas Jeffrey Mr. Robert Jenkins Ms. Tammy Jenkins Ms. Elisabeth Jones Mr. Malavarayan Kabilan Mr. Simon Kaindl Mr. Manuel Kammermeier Mr. Jacob Keeler Mr. Ira Keener Mr. Laurent Kegel Mr. Anders Kehlet Mr. Patrick Kelly Mr. Oisin Kelly Ms. Amber Kendall Mr. Jamie Kennedy Mr. Noah Kernan Mr. Clark Kerr Mrs. Melissa Anne Keshishian Ms. Andrea Kiernan Mr. John Kim Ms. Rosa Kim Mr. Harold Kimball Mr. Chris King Ms. Jackie Kircher Mr. Scott Kirkpatrick

Mr. Dave Kirsch Mr. Erik Kiss Mr. Eric Klasey Mr. Jacob Klinker Mr. Ross Knight Mr. Andrew Koenig Mr. Luke Koenig Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kohn Mr. Sotirios Komissopoulos Mrs. Marylou B. Koppel Ms. Sarah Koski Mr. Gregory Kownacki Mr. Nick Kraayenbrink Mr. Russell Kraner Mr. Paul Kratt Ms. Emily Krause Mr. Christian Kriech Mr. James Krysiak Mr. Ananay Kulshrestha Mr. Ethan Kuperman Mr. Chase Kustra Mr. Tyler Kwak Mr. Dean Laganiere Mr. Daniel Lancaster Ms. Caroline Landers Mr. Eli Langley Mr. Richard Lapsley Mr. Will Larsen Mr. Andy Laso Mr. JohnMark Lau Mr. Dallin Lauritzen Mr. Nicolas Lavoie Drapeau Mr. Sam Lawton Mr. John Lemon Mr. Jason Lewis Mr. Richard Lewis Mr. Timothy Lin Mr. Benjamin Lindsay Mr. Liwei Liu Mr. David Lombino

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Mr. Gurmeet Lotey Mr. Harold Low Mr. Nathan Lowe Mr. Marc Magruder Mr. Sachin Mahashabde Mr. Dylan Mahoney Mr. Anton Maksimenko Mr. Preston Manley Mr. James Manley-Buser Mr. Jeremiah Marett Mr. Christopher Marinos Mr. Richard Marske Mr. Antonio Martinez Mr. Nick Massarelli Mr. Jared Masterson Ms. Kasey Matthews Ms. Joyce Mayorga Ms. Amy McDowell The Honorable and Mrs. Raymond J. McGrath Mr. Robert Mcguire Mr. Brian McHugh Mr. Trevor McKown Mr. Joseph Mcmahan Mr. Matthew McMahon Mr. Michael McQueen Mr. John Mendell Mr. Steve Miller Mr. Anthony Mills Mr. Donald Mitchell Mr. Thomas Mitchell Mr. Philip Moccio Mr. Bradley A. Momberger Mr. Oscar Montejano Perez Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Moore Mr. Anthony Morfitt Mr. Brent Morgan Mr. Paul Morris Mr. Vincent Morrison Mr. Jonathan Morrissette Mr. Dylan Mousch

Ms. Rebecca Mueller Mr. Ryan Myers Mr. Nathaniel Myren Sis Nash Memorial Fund of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation Ms. Belinda Naujok Mr. Luis Nazario Mr. Reuben Neideck Mr. Michael Neligh Mr. John Ness Mr. Joseph Newman Mr. Nathan Nightingale Mr. David Novati Ms. Elizabeth O’Connor Mr. Casey Odell Mr. Zachary Olin Mr. Aren Olson Mr. Ryan Orendorff Ms. Orenda Orr Mr. Daniel Ortosky Mr. Hunter Owen Mr. Jerry Owens Mr. Adrian Packel Mr. Sundeep Pandita Mr. Matthew Park Mr. Austin Parker Mr. Douglas Parker Mr. Jordan Parkin Mr. Stuart Parry Mr. Anay Patel Mr. Spencer Perreault Mr. Evan Perrotta Ms. Leslie Philipp Mr. Johannes Piehler Mr. Matthew Pinkston Mr. Frank Pirok Mr. Stephen Polacek Mr. Zavian Porter Mr. Michael Poveromo Ms. Katharine Powers-Freeling Mr. Matt Prince

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Ms. Amanda Prinke Ms. Iryna Protasova Mr. Kevin Query Ms. Diane Rauch Mr. Mark Rawls Mr. John Reap Mr. Paul Reciné Barros Mr. Michael Redman Mr. Daniel Reed Mr. Kyle Reger Mr. Tyler Reid Mr. and Mrs. Terrence E. Reideler Mr. Erik Reimers Ms. Julia Reynolds Mr. Nicholas Riccio Mr. Kevin Richardson Mr. Nicholas Richardson Mr. Sebastian Richter Mr. Adam Ritchie Mr. Justin Robb Ms. Jessica Robey Mr. Lionel Roh Mr. Jason Rojas Mr. Charles Rojo Mr. Jeremy Roman Ms. Louise Roman Mr. Adam Rosenfield Mr. Brandon Roth Mr. Jake Roussel Mr. Oliver Roy Mr. Stephen Royal Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saady Mr. Joseph Salsbury III Mr. Matthew Sawyer Mr. Ethan Sayles Ms. Stephanie Schalk-Zaitsev Mr. Andrew Schoonmaker Ms. Kris Schultz Mr. Thomas Schultz Mr. Kiffen Schutz

Mr. Adam Scott Mr. Joseph Seabaugh Mr. Mordecai Segall Dr. and Mrs. Simon H. Serfaty Mr. Jacob Shaak Mr. Spencer Shand Mr. Jaison Shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. Shaun M. Sheehan Mr. Jarrod Sherwin Mr. Nicholas Short Ms. Constance Shure Mr. Steven Simeone Mr. Kyle Simpson Mr. Jordan Sissel Ms. Kristin Siu Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Skehan Mr. Christopher Skrobeck Mr. Peter Sloan Mr. Benjamin Smith Mr. Duncan Smith Mr. Patrick Smith Mr. James Soliman Mr. Carl-Eric Sörqvist Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sparrow Mr. Francesco Spezzotti Mr. Anthony Spinazzola Mr. Stephen Squinto Mr. Zachary Stairs Mr. Rick Stalker Ms. Monica Stant Mr. Benjamin Stephens Mr. David Stern Ms. Jesselle Stevens Pener Ms. Barbara A. Stohlman Mr. Taylor Stone Mr. Daniel Stovall Mr. Roland Straehle Mr. Chris Sullivan Ms. Karen Sullivan Mr. Stephen Takowsky

Mr. Patrick Tandler Mr. Colin Tang Mr. Stephen Tanner Mr. Mark Taylor Mr. Chris Taylor Ms. Guli Tefferi Mr. Moritz Templin Mr. Ryan TerBush Mr. Jordan Terrill Mr. Will Thacker-Lynn Mr. Matthew Thompson Mr. Josh Thompson Mr. Richard Thompson Ms. Diane Tilton Mr. Matthew Tjeerdsma Mr. Scott Todd Ms. Jessica Towell Mr. Andrew Trapani Mr. Karl Tronnes Mr. Ronald Troyer Mr. Alden Truby Mr. Benjamin Truyman Ms. Lucy Turner Mr. Aaron Tygart Mr. Jeremy Tyszkiewicz Mr. Darrell Uglean Mr. Stephen Ulgy Mr. Alan Unger Mr. Gerrit Van der Velden Mr. James Van Tonningen Mr. Franklin VanSant Mr. Caleb Veenstra Ms. Nicola Ventura Mr. Josh Ventura Mr. Christopher Vincent Mr. Thorben Vornholz Mr. John Wagner Mr. Lucas Wagner Mr. Matthew Walker Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker


Mr. Ryan Walter Mr. Michael Walton Mr. Mason Wamego Mr. Bryce Warner Mr. Nicholas Weiss Ms. Natalie Weizenbaum Mr. Adam Westall Mr. John Wiegand Mr. Travis Wiertzema Mr. Aldridge Wilder Mr. Dewey Williams Mr. Adam Williams Mr. Christopher Williams Mr. Scott Williams Mr. Adam Williamson Mr. Trevor Wilson Mr. Truman Wilson Mr. Zachary Wilson Mr. Job Wilts Mr. Stephen Winker Mr. Justin Winkler Ms. Carrieann Witt Mr. John Witting Mr. Benjamin Wolf Mr. Clinton Woltering Mr. Mitchell Wong Ms. Sarah Wu Mr. Luuk Wulms Mr. Jonathon Wyza Mr. Kevin Yan Mr. Andrew Yang Mr. Jonathan Yasosky Ms. Kendray Yourtee Mr. Robert Yu Mr. Scott Zadigian Mr. Evan Zeller

ORGANIZATIONS Bungie Foundation Midwest Code

Elevate Credit Service, LLC MJ Valet, LLC Rolex Watch U.S.A., Inc. Saint Joseph Academy Thompson Public School

BENEFICIARY EVENTS Individuals and organizations select the Prevent Cancer Foundation to be the beneficiary of funds raised through events they organize and host. Beneficiary events vary in size and type, and include lemonade stands, art shows, water ski competitions, online video games, silent auctions and more. Awesome Games Done Quick Gordon Biersch Brewing Company Leslie Karr Lisa and Paul Phaneuf Mark and Friends Michigan Chivers No-Shave November Taco Del Mar TFG Racing for Cancer Research Thompson Technology Student Association Triple Crown Adventure - Marathon in the Mountains VP Racing Fuels The Independence School

IN-KIND DONORS The following donors have supported the Prevent Cancer Foundation with in-kind gifts and services during the year.

INDIVIDUALS H.E., the Ambassador of Ireland, Daniel Mulhall, and Mrs. Greta Mulhall H.H., the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Princess Lalla Joumala, and Mr. Muhammad Reza Nouri Esfandiari H.E., the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, André Haspels, and Mrs. Bernie Haspels H.E., the Ambassador of Portugal, Domingos Fezas Vital, and Mrs. Isabel Fezas Vital Mr. and Mrs. Alan Dye Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fuller Ms. Teri Galvez Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Gates Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lytle Mr. Frank Mermoud and Mr. Ned Shannon Mr. Michael Meyer Dr. Debra Patt. Mr. David Tutera Ms. Laurie WilliamsIndividuals

ORGANIZATIONS Affordable Signs Alexandra Clancy Alton Lane Artistic Bliss Photography Athena Water Auburn Jewelry Bare Snacks Beam Suntory Blank Label Camp Twin Creeks College Hunks of NOVA COOLA Cyn’s Diamond Bar Design Cuisine Design Data District Dogs Dormie Network The Dylan, Amsterdam Embassy Suites by Hilton AlexandriaOld Town

Giant Hilton Crystal City Honest Tea Jay Peak Resort Lubin Portrait Studio Mindy Lam Couture Occasions Caterers Ocean Reef Club Outside the Lines Pet Photography Paradigm Event Management Philz Coffee Sazerac Company, Inc. Southwest Airlines Toscana Saporita Cooking School Total Wine & More Warby Parker Wegmans Windows Catering Company H.E., the Ambassador of Ireland, Daniel Mulhall, and Mrs. Greta Mulhall H.E., the Ambassador of Monaco, Maguy Maccario Doyle H.E., the Ambassador of Switzerland, Martin Dahinden, and Mrs. Anita Dahinden Ms. Catherine Bennett and Mr. Fred Frailey Alejandro and Nancy Escovedo Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. FitzGerald Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Gates Mr. Don Hutchins Ms. Deborah Lowham Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lytle Mr. Frank Mermoud and Mr. Ned Shannon Mr. Michael Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phaneuf Stefanie Harrington Photography Mr. David Tutera Ms. Laurie Williams

ORGANIZATIONS Affordable Signs Alexandra Clancy Alton Lane Athena Water

Beam Suntory Blank Label Bradford Portraits Breitling Boutique, Oxon Hill Capital Hilton College Hunks of NOVA Design Cuisine District Dogs The Dolder Grand Hotel Far Niente Winery Giant Glacier Express Hall Wines St. Helena Hartcorn Studios Hermès of Paris Honest Tea Hotel Bellevue Palace The Jane Goodall Institute Lovingston Winery Lufthansa Group Airlines Mindy Lam Couture The Napa Valley Reserve National Hockey League Ocean Reef Club Outside the Lines Pet Photography Paradigm Event Management Politico Robert Campbell Fine Portraiture Sazerac Company, Inc. Southwest Airlines Subway Tosca DC Toscana Saporita Cooking School Total Wine & More Trader Joe’s Vier Waldstattersee The Waldhotel Burgenstock Hotels & Resort Wegmans Whirlpool Windows Catering Company Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Wine Institute Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

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Statement of Financial Position for the Year Ending June 30, 2020 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS

ASSETS

LIABILITIES

CURRENT ASSETS Cash and Cash Equivalents 676,138 Accounts and Pledges Receivable 222,164 898,302

CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses Refundable Advances Deferred Income SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loan Grants Payable

INVESTMENTS General Donor Restricted and Board Designated Funds

6,000,293 7,466,502 13,466,795

PROPERTY Office Furniture and Equipment Accumulated Depreciation

179,309 (135,456)

TOTAL PROPERTY ASSETS

43,853

OTHER ASSETS Prepaid Expenses 37,473 Deposits 64,136 Charitable Gift Annuities Interest in Remainder Trusts 223,458 Deferred Compensation Plan 319,499 644,566 TOTAL ORGANIZATION ASSETS

LONG-TERM LIABILITIES Deferred Rent Deferred Compensation

48,911 319,499 368,410

TOTAL LIABILITIES

3,054,982

NET ASSETS Unrestricted With Donor Restrictions

10,285,081 1,713,453

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

11,998,534 15,053,516

SUPPORT AND REVENUE Contributions Bequests and Other Income Investment Income In-kind Contributions Special Events Less: Costs of Direct Benefit to Donors

1,736,867 667,032 438,083 127,000 3,232,881 (12,398)

TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE

6,189,465

EXPENSES Program Research Education and Public Awareness Community Outreach Management and General Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

1,269,447 2,375,856 1,408,242 615,734 922,912 6,592,191

Change in Net Assets (402,726) Net Assets, Beginning of Fiscal Year 12,401,260 NET ASSETS, 36%END OF YEAR 11,998,534

15,053,516

19%

36%

19%

21%

9% EXPENSES BY PERCENTAGE

21% 9%

48 THE PREVENT CANCER FOUNDATION®

95,698 929,500 374,600 1,286,774 2,686,572

Research Education & Public Awareness Community Outreach Management and General

14%

Research Education & Public Awareness Community Outreach Management and General Fundraising

14%


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