2017 Year in Review
We are nearing the end of the first month of 2018 and the sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) is grateful for everything that you’ve done in 2017. Your work makes a difference in the lives of sarcoma patients and their families
While we can’t wait to see what the rest of 2018 will bring, we first want to take a moment to look back on the previous year. Thanks to your support and generosity, the Sarcoma Foundation of America had an exceptional 2017!
In 2017, your gifts:
Funded more than three quarters of a million dollars in sarcoma research.
Connected more patients, caregivers, and sarcoma experts through our patient education conference series.
Brought the sarcoma community together to raise awareness and vital research funds through the Race to Cure Sarcoma™ 5K run/walk series.
Funded advocacy efforts, giving a voice to the sarcoma community at events in Washington, DC, including Rare Disease Day at the National Institutes of Health, Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill, and Childhood Cancer Action Day.
Encouraged more volunteers and supporters to hold community events to raise awareness and funds for sarcoma research. Thank you to everyone who shared their time, energy, and passion to fundraise, making these events possible.
Thank you for making the successes of 2017 possible! Though we made gains over the last year, there is still much left to do to improve the landscape for sarcoma patients and their loved ones. We look forward to seeing how your support will make a difference in 2018.