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Thank you for your donation.  Together we can cure cancer! One in three Americans will develop cancer during their lifetime. 

It costs an average of $800 million in research & development to bring one new drug to market.

Basic research is the foundation of new & better approaches to cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment which are driving down overall US cancer incidence and death rates

Ways to Help

In-Kind Donations for Events

Donate items or experiences for our live and silent auctions, alcoholic beverages for receptions, food services at events, and more.


In-kind donations are a great way for you or your business to support Kure It while being recognized by the community.

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Car Donations

Donating your used car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, RV or boat is easy!

Please contact us at 855-891-5050 to get started

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Gifts of Appreciated Securities

Appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds that you have owned for more than a year can be transferred to Kure It as a donation. 


Benefits to Donor: Donating appreciated securities provides an immediate income tax deduction for the current fair market value of the security on the day the transfer is complete.


The donor, pays no capital gains tax on the transfer.

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Wills/Estate Planning

You can include a bequest to Kure It in your will or trust.


With this option, your assets remain in your control during your lifetime and you can modify your bequest to accommodate any changing circumstances.

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Tax laws allow 72 and older individuals   to make a charitable gift of up to $100,000 directly from an IRA or other retirement account without incurring that federal income tax on the withdrawal.


This provides an opportunity to make charitable gifts during your lifetime from an asset that otherwise would receive multiple levels of taxation if it remained in your taxable estate.

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