Conquer Cancer thoughtfully manages the funds of individuals, corporations and other organizations to further our vision of creating a world where cancer is prevented or cured, and every survivor is healthy. Take a look at Annual Reports, Form 990s and audited financial documents.
Our Annual Reports summarize a year of accomplishments in advancing cancer care and express heartfelt thanks for the cancer donations and donors that made it all possible. You will also find vital statistics and our financial information for the fiscal year.
The 2008, 2009 and 2010 Annual Reports were published under our previous name: The ASCO Cancer Foundation.
The 2021 Impact Report can be found online here.
Conquer Cancer raises funds in support of ASCO and Conquer Cancer programs, including a grants program that is run and operated by Conquer Cancer.
View the full listing of donations and support pledged to Conquer Cancer in 2021. Please note that this list appears on both the ASCO and Conquer Cancer websites.
The list includes donations pledged between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021, and is based on the best information available at the time of posting. (Note: Donations pledged in 2021 may not be received until 2022. For this reason, the information in this list may not match information provided by donors and supporters, or financial reports published in the ASCO or Conquer Cancer 2021 Annual Reports.) Support is pledged for the specific ASCO or Conquer Cancer program indicated in the list, or for “general mission support.” General mission support includes donations to Conquer Cancer’s Mission Endowment Program. Donations that are not designated for a specific program but are used to advance ASCO’s and Conquer Cancer’s key mission activities.
Donations made to Conquer Cancer in support of its grants program are used to fund grants and awards and distributed by Conquer Cancer to grantees.
Donations to Conquer Cancer for ASCO programs represent only a portion of ASCO’s total revenues.
ASCO first adopted its conflict of interest policy in 1994, and has adopted rigorous procedures to ensure independence in the development of its programs and advocacy positions. For more information, view ASCO's Conflict of Interest Policy Summary.
In April 2010, ASCO signed on to the Council of Medical Specialty Societies (CMSS) Code for Interactions with Companies. This calls for societies and affiliated foundations to disclose donations and support received from companies in the for-profit healthcare sector.
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