UCF is proud to be partnering with GiveCorps for this year’s #GivingTuesday #BmoreGivesMore Campaign.
Together we can help make Baltimore the most generous city in America.
By supporting UCF today, you can help the thousands of young adults in and around Baltimore whose lives have been impacted by cancer.What You Can Do:
Help UCF reach its goal of raising $5,000 to support Cancer to 5K Baltimore! UCF is committed to providing an opportunity for young adult cancer patients and survivors to focus on their wellness without having to pay for expensive coaching services, race registrations, or fundraising commitments. You can help them take back their lives from cancer!
Donate a gift to support UCF’s holiday gift drive, which benefits families right here in our area that have a loved one going through cancer treatment and are experiencing financial hardship. Please send or drop off gifts to our Baltimore office – 921 E. Fort Ave., Suite 325, Baltimore, MD 21230, or email Kim LaBarge for more information – [email protected].
Sign up to be a volunteer for one of our many local events or ongoing Helping Others Fight volunteer projects. We rely on volunteers to help us spread UCF’s message of hope and awareness for the young adult cancer movement.
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