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The League Against Cancer is a non-profit organization, and depends on grants from the public and private sector, donations and a variety of fundraising activities such as its annual telethon. Whether you elect to make an annual donation, a multi-year commitment, or attend one of our special fundraising events you know that you are helping to continue the League’s legacy of caring and commitment to the financially needy cancer patient.

We offer four different methods to make a donation:

1. Make an online donation through PayPal…now without leaving our site!

The League Against Cancer has now teamed up with PayPal to ensure maximum security and privacy. Founded in 1998, PayPal, an eBay Company, enables any individual or business with an email address to securely, easily and quickly send and receive payments online. PayPal’s service builds on the existing financial infrastructure of bank accounts and credit cards and utilizes the world’s most advanced proprietary fraud prevention systems to create a safe, global, real-time payment solution.

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2. Make a donation through the phone.

To make a donation over the phone, please call us at one of the following numbers depending on your location.

Miami Area: 305-856-4914
Nation Wide: 1-800-792-3320

3. Send a donation by mail.

You may also send your donation to the following address:

League Against Cancer, Inc.
2180 South West 12 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129

4. Honor a loved one on our “In Memoriam Wall.”

League Against Cancer’s “In Memoriam Wall” is dedicated mainly to people who have passed away in their struggle against cancer. This is a special place where you could honor the loved ones in your life who died from this dreadful disease. All plaques at the “In Memoriam Wall” are Gold/Black and measure 10” X 4.5”. The Wall is located at League Against Cancer, 2180 S.W. 12TH Avenue, Miami, Florida 33129. Please call us for more information on the amount of the donation required, so that it may be made through PayPal. View pictures of the “In Memoriam Wall.”