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Funders & Sponsors

Funders & Sponsors

Bay Area Cancer Connections is grateful to the following foundations, corporations and organizations whose generous grants and sponsorships make our programs possible.

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For giving and sponsorship opportunities please contact our Development Office at
(650) 326-6299, ext. 18.


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Genentech sponsored BCC’s 9th Annual Breast Cancer Conference and provided a grant to help fund our Medical Information Services, which educates clients about their breast cancer.

The Donald and Rachel Valentine Foundation
The Donald and Rachel Valentine Foundation has supported BCC since 2004 and is committed to helping uninsured young women and men through BCC’s Gabriella Patser Program.

National Breast Cancer Foundation

Oracle’s grant supports BCC’s general fund for programs and services. Oracle has also been the presenting sponsor for BCC’s Annual Breast Cancer Conference and donates their state-of-the-art conference center for this special event.
is a Gold Sponsor for BCC’s 9th Annual Spring Benefit and a Gold Sponsor for BCC’s 10th Annual Cancer Conference.


Genomic Health was a sponsor for BCC’s 11th Annual Conference and 7th Annual Spring Benefit featuring 8-time Emmy award-winning journalist Lu Ann Cahn.

National Cable and Telecommunications Association has sponsored BCC’s fundraising events since 2006. Last year they supported our 7th Annual Spring Benefit, our largest fundraiser of the year.

Sand Hill Foundation has supported BCC’s general fund since 2006. Their donation helps BCC continue to provide all our services free of charge.

Seiler LLP has been a sponsor for BCC’s Annual Spring Benefit as a gold level sponsor since 2012. Last year they continued to support our 7th Annual Spring Benefit featuring Lu Ann Cahn. 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics
Stanford Hospital & Clinics has supported BCC since 2007. Most recently they sponored our 5th Annual Spring Benefit featuring author Cheryl Strayed.

To Celebrate Life Foundation
Since 2006, To Celebrate Life Foundation has funded screening and diagnostic services for women and men under 40 through BCC’s Gabriella Patser Program.

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