My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Lung Cancer Alliance, Washington, DC, USA
Over 6 years ago I lost my wife, a never ever smoker, to adenocarcinoma at the much too young age of 63. Lung cancer took from her all but her first year of retirement after 30 years in the federal government. Each year I normally donate to organizations that I feel are worthy, need what I can offer, are committed to the cause they serve, and for whom I think my contribution makes a difference. The Lung Cancer Alliance is truly one of those. According to Charity Navigator, their administrative and fundraising expenses are quite low, leaving more dollars for the programs and services that are its mission. They are making a difference in the fight against lung cancer, and I intend to support them to the extent of my ability. Pink may be the color of cancer ribbons in October, but in November it is time to think clear, the ribbon color that signifies the invisible nature of lung cancer!