Ways to Help

We need your help in many different ways if we are going to kill NET cancer and carcinoid syndrome. We need you to contribute your time, your effort, your thinking, and your work, as well as the occasional financial contribution. Walking with Jane does not share its mailing lists or donor lists with any outside organization. And we pledge to send you just two pieces of mail a year if you are on our mailing list. Walking with Jane is a 501 (c)(3) charitable corporation chartered under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. All contributions are fully tax-deductible under federal law. The NET Research Foundation and Carcinoid Cancer Foundation are not affiliated with Walking with Jane beyond the bonds of friendship. We place links to their fundraising pages here because they are fighting the same fight we are and have been very supportive of our efforts. Some of the money we raise does go to those two foundations.

Walking with Jane is federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

Contribute to Walking with Jane Fund for Neuroendocrine Cancer

at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Te year after Jane's death, we launched the Walking with Jane Fund at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to raise money for NET cancer research. That fund has generated over $400,000 for that purpose.

The year after Jane’s death, we launched the Walking with Jane Fund at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to raise money for NET cancer research. That fund has generated over $400,000 for that purpose.

Contribute to, or Join, Walking with Jane’s

NETwalkers Alliance Jimmy Fund Marathon Walk effort

Our NETwalkers Alliance team had 10 Pacesetters on it last year. Five of us stopped under a sign proclaiming us one of the top teams in the Walk for fundraising. The NETwalkers Alliance is part pf the #cureNETcancernow Group.

Our NETwalkers Alliance team had 10 Pacesetters on it last year. Five of us stopped under a sign proclaiming us one of the top teams in the Walk for fundraising. The NETwalkers Alliance is part pf the #cureNETcancernow Group.

Play in the Hank Landers Memorial Golf Tournament

Hank Landers died of NET cancer. His daughter and her family now run an annual golf tournament in his memory. Over the last three years, the Hank Landers Memorial Golf Tournament has raised more than $25,000 for NET cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Hank Landers died of NET cancer. His daughter and her family now run an annual golf tournament in his memory. Over the last three years, the Hank Landers Memorial Golf Tournament has raised more than $25,000 for NET cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

(We are waiting for a date and a link for this year’s tournament, which is usually the first weekend in August.)

Contribute to or Join the Walking with Jane Relay For Life of Greater Fall River team

In 2015, we created a Zebra Flash Herd at the Greater Fall River Relay for Life that consumed on-quarter of the outside of the track with luminaria honoring NET cancer patients across the world.

In 2015, we created a Zebra Flash Herd at the Greater Fall River Relay for Life that consumed one-quarter of the outside of the track with luminaria honoring NET cancer patients across the world.

Contribute to Harry’s Pan Mass Challenge Ride

I’ll be riding in the Pan Mass Challenge this year to raise money for NET cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. We will also shortly have a team in the event–the NETriders Alliance. We’ll post a link here when that is set up.

Contribute by Check directly to Walking with Jane

You can also have a percentage of your qualifying Amazon.com purchases contributed to Walking with Jane through the AmazonSmile program.

Contribute to the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation

Contribute to the NET Research Foundation

Patients can also make a substantial contribution to NET cancer research through participating in ongoing clinical trials. The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation maintains a list of such trials, though that list may not be all-inclusive, especially where trials outside the US are concerned. Keeping up with all the trials going on at any given time is a monumental task.

 



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