Benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)

Every 3 minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer - every 10 minutes someone will die.

Your interest in supporting the 2015 Cure-a-thon is sincerely appreciated. It is estimated that during the coming year more than 5,500 individuals living in Ohio will be diagnosed with a blood cancer - and more than 2,250 will die. The funds raised during this Cure-a-thon will help LLS to advance its mission of finding cures and improving the quality of life for patients and their families. Thank you for wanting to help save lives.

Facts for Cure-a-thon donors

  • This donation site is safe and secure
  • Your personal information will not be sold or shared with any other organization
  • All major credit cards as well as debit cards are accepted. Should you elect to use your debit card, the LLS transaction fee is reduced by 50%
  • Your donation will be identified as LLS Cure-a-thon on your card or bank statement
  • You will know your donation has been successfully processed once you receive an acknowledgement/receipt
  • Should you fail to provide all the information requested on the donation form a message alert will appear on your screen advising what additional information is needed
  • If your donation is made in memory of a loved one, please check the appropriate box on the donation form and provide the name and address of the individual you wish to be notified. LLS will send a memorial card - the amount of your gift is not mentioned
  • If your donation is in honor of a special occasion or individual please check the appropriate box on the donation form and indicate the occasion and provide the name and address of the person you wish to be notified
  • If your employer has a Matching Gifts program you can make a significant difference by having your donation matched. Please send your matching gift paperwork to:
Pamela Edelstein
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
1311 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY. 10605

Your willingness to support this Cure-a-thon is sincerely appreciated and will make a difference in the fight to find cures for blood cancer.