CONTRIBUTING TO THE MELANOMA EDUCATION FOUNDATION
SPECIAL EVENTS AND MEETINGS
The Melanoma Education Foundation is a 501(c ) (3) non-profit organization. Contributions are deductible from Federal income taxes to the maximum extent consistent with IRS regulations and individual taxpayer cicumstances.
Your financial support provides life-saving service to high school and middle school students. MEF has no administrative salaries. There are several ways to contribute.
1. Online contribution with credit card or debit card
2. By check or money order mailed to MEF, P.O. Box 2023, Peabody, MA 01960.
3. By credit card or debit card mailed, secure-faxed, or by phone.
Phone contributions: 978-535-3080.
Fax contributions: 978-535-5602
To download a contribution form please click here.
MEF Annual July Calendar Raffle
** All tickets, including winning tickets, stay in all 31 July drawings **
2016 Calendar Raffle Winners
July 1 - M. Bassing (Sudbury)
July 2 - B. McMorrow (Beverly)
July 3 - K. Lavery (Billerica)
July 4 - S. Griem (AZ)
July 5 - P. Moran (S. Hamilton)
July 6 - P. Sankus (Marblehead)
July 7 - K. Maple (Quincy)
July 8 - J. McNeil (Hyde Park)
July 9 - G. Gregg (West Newbury)
July 10 - S. Stegman (Walpole)
July 11 - A. Skillings (Marblehead)
July 12 - B. Michalski (Beverly)
July 13 - E. Wolf (NY)
July 14 - M. Dentremont (Salem)
July 15 - C. Weldig (Canton)
July 16 - A. Bedard (Lynn)
July 17 - M. DiVrdi (Shrewsbury)
July 18 - J. Ames (Wakefield)
Ju;y 19 - L. Juliano (Lynnfield)
July 20 - K. Casarano (Malden)
July 21 - A. Bumpus (Natick)
July 22 - R. Kozakis (Lynn)
July 23 - B. Barnett (IL)
July 24 - C. Herlihy (Peabody)
July 25 - J. Stehens (Essex)
July 26 - T. Armitage (Georgetown)
July 27 - W. Quattrocchi (Wakefield)
Juy 28 - S. Tague (Stoneham)
July 29 - A. Goudzwaard (Marlboro)
July 30 - J. Galliani (Medford)
The New York City Marathon is the world's most prestigious marathon
and one of the most difficult to enter. Running it is the experience of a lifetime!
We still have openings to run in the 2016 marathon.
If you would like to enroll by raising funds for the Melanoma Education Foundation
contact Debi Facchetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-775-7297.
OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT MEF
Federal Employees CFC
The Melanoma Education Foundation is an approved Combined Federal Campaign charity
Our ID Code Number is 71824.
Workplace payroll deduction via America's Charities
The Melanoma Education Foundation is designated to receive workplace payroll deductions if your company is enrolled in America's Charities. Click here for more information.
Contributions in lieu of special occasion gifts
If you are planning a wedding or other celebration and would like your guests to contribute to a life-saving charity in lieu of gifts please consider designating the Melanoma Education Foundation. Children who ask their friends to contribute in lieu of birthday gifts will receive certificates of appreciation and personal thank you letters from the MEF president.
If you are thinking of selling or trading your car, truck, RV, or boat, consider donating it the Melanoma Education Foundation instead. Car donations are tax deductible, and proceeds from the sale of your vehicles help support our life-saving programs. Our agent, Cars Helping America, handles all arrangements from free pick up, to issuance of receipts, to transfer of title. To donate click on an underlined link or call 886-949-3668 (toll-free), and earmark your donation to Melanoma Education Foundation.
Melanoma Education Foundation Bracelets
Expandable bracelet, custom - handcrafted for MEF by Lamore Allure. Matching earrings are also available.
Price includes black gift box with white pad and free first class shipping. Click here to order online.
No Evidence of Disease
by Michael W. Brown
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Thank you for your support!