Host a Purple Party!

Demand Better! Raise funds to help end pancreatic cancer. Have a November birthday? Ask for donations in lieu of gifts. Hosting a Friendsgiving? Turn it purple! Turn your purpose into progress.

Create Your Own Fundraiser

Turn your passion into progress! Host an event, donate your birthday or create a tribute page for a loved one. Thanks to you, we are rewriting the future for pancreatic cancer patients.


Honor a survivor with a tribute page or create a memorial for a loved one.

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Turn your fitness into fundraising to support vital services for patients.

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Special Occasion

Celebrate a special day to champion the promise of a brighter tomorrow.

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Get Creative

If you can imagine it, you can do it - and help us to double survival by 2020.

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How it works

1. Start with an idea

Get inspired by others and create the type of fundraiser that's right for you!

2. Create a fundraiser

Sign up and customize your page by telling your story and adding photos.

3. Make an Impact

Start with a self-donation, then ask your family and friends to join the fight.

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Jake Singer

Jake lost his beloved Aunt Susie in 2015 and honored her with his mitzvah project, a traditional part of a bar mitzvah.

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Erin Holstein

Erin dedicated hiking all 46 Adirondack High Peaks to her father. "He taught me to do everything that is inspiring to me."

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Alison Altman Shahravar

Alison created a loving tribute for her mom, Fifi Ann, to help fight "this unforgiving disease."

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The Gutmann family

For 13 years, the Gutmann family has honored their father’s memory by hosting ‘Pancakes for Pancreatic Cancer.’

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Our goal is to double survival by 2020.

Pancreatic cancer is the world's toughest cancer with a survival rate of just 9 percent in the U.S. It is the third leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. and demands urgent action to save lives.

Your Impact


Can give free one-on-one support to someone facing pancreatic cancer.


Can train 20 volunteer advocates to speak up for research funding on Capitol Hill.


Can put free educational packets in the hands of 20 newly diagnosed patients.