Sarcoma Awareness Month – Be a Part of Finding the Cure

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Are you looking for the 2016 petition?  Visit to sign the Sarcoma Awareness Month Petition.

Did you know that July is Sarcoma Awareness Month?  

Help the Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) bring awareness to sarcoma research and find a cure in our time.  Below are three ways that you can take action and make a difference!

Give FIVE to Help Others SURVIVE


Give Five ($5) to Help Others Survive

Help a sarcoma researcher find a cure for this insidious disease. Funds donated will be used to fund a research grant! A $50,000 grant will be awarded to a researcher who has made it his/her mission to study sarcoma, a rare cancer that arises in the body’s connective tissue. SFA will recognize the top five individual donors on our website as we track the campaign’s progress.


Support SFA in Recognizing July as Sarcoma Awareness MonthSarcoma Awareness Month2

The SFA, along with sarcoma doctors and other nonprofit organizations, urge you to show your support in bringing awareness to the more than 50,000 patients and their families struggling with sarcoma at any one time.  A petition asking the Obama Administration to officially recognize July as Sarcoma Awareness Month has been created on Please take a moment to sign this petition and share it with others – friends, family, advocates, and other supporters.  In order for the White House to respond to the petition, 100,000 people need to sign on and help us send the message that more attention needs to be given to the needs of the entire sarcoma community. You can find the petition at**.  It’s not too late to sign on!

**This is the 2015 petition.  Visit to sign the 2016 Sarcoma Awareness Month Petition.

Take Control of Your Health with Sarcoma Storylines

Download the Sarcoma Storylines self-care tool from the Sarcoma Foundation of America, powered by Health Storylines™.  Sarcoma Storylines lets you use the power of your story to personalize your care, create your own support network, and influence the way medicine works for people like you in the future.


To learn more about Sarcoma Storylines, visit