Office of Institutional Advancement

Support the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

Until ever cancer is cured: Help defeat cancer by making a gift

In the fight against cancer, science matters. From molecular breakthroughs to innovative therapies, our research uncovers the cures of tomorrow, and saves lives today. It takes place inside pristine, high-tech rooms, using futuristic instruments and complex mathematical calculations. But at its core, cancer research is all about people. The researchers at the lab bench, the physicians and nurses by the bedside, the patients fighting for their lives, and the donors who are powering new discoveries.

You have the power to tip the scales in the fight against cancer. You are the difference. Explore our work, get to know your team. Then join our quest, until every cancer is cured. 

Cancer genomics research will pinpoint new potential targets for anti-cancer therapeutics. And we are leading the way, making molecular profiling part of our standard of care.

From traditional cancer treatments to leading-edge clinical trials, patients, their families and caregivers receive expert, personalized care and services.

The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center supports seven major interdisciplinary programs that are a guiding light in the quest to defeat cancer.

Why Now?

Because everyone has been impacted by cancer. And we must stop it. For us, nothing is more important than defeating cancer. Every cancer.

No institution is better positioned to advance the field of oncology. At its heart, the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center exists to make people better. Our message is simple: A gift to SKCC is a gift to someone fighting cancer.

Thank you for inspiring us to hope, strive and discover, until every cancer is cured.


To learn more about our work, please contact

Jonathan Agree
Associate Vice President of Development, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
215-503-6058 |

Giving is so much more than a financial transaction. It’s emotional. It’s therapeutic. It’s healing. It makes you feel that you are fighting something that has taken over your life.”

- Jessica Quintin, grateful patient and donor