How to Help
Give in Memory of a Loved One
Losing a loved one to melanoma is not easy. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. In 2024, over 200,300 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with melanoma, and approximately 8,290 Americans are expected to die from melanoma in 2024. Through research, education and advocacy efforts the Melanoma Research Foundation is making strides to help find a cure.
CLICK HERE TO CREATE YOUR MEMORIAL FUNDRAISING PAGE
What are the benefits of setting up an online memorial page?
- You can make a custom page for your family and friends to use to donate in memory of your loved one
- With this custom page you will be able to keep track of who donated, for how much and family & friends will be able to leave comments or personal messages with each donation
- All proceeds will benefit and come directly to the Melanoma Research Foundation
- You will also be able to customize the page with pictures and a story as to why you created the page
Please email Liz Reilly, Senior Development Officer – Endowment and Planned Giving, at [email protected] if you have any questions and to learn how you can get started today!
Below is some suggested language for an “in lieu of flowers” message and instructions for memorial gifts.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in ___________’s memory to the Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF) by visiting https://melanoma.org/ or sending a donation to:
Melanoma Research Foundation
P.O. Box 719329
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19171-9329
To donate by check, please download the memorial donation form and mail it with your gift. Please note the individual’s name in the memo line of checks.
Federal Tax ID Number: 76 0514428
To learn more about planned giving, please share your information below and a member of the MRF Development team will reach out shortly. You can also download the Planned Giving form for suggested language for bequests, wills and other planned giving options.
For questions, please contact [email protected]