There are many ways to contribute to IMPACT Melanoma
Donate to support our education, prevention, and support programs including Your Skin Is In, Skinny On Skin, Practice Safe Skin, and Billy’s Buddies.
Together, we can reduce the rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
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By phone: 978-371-5613By mail:
One Concord Farms
490 Virginia Road, Suite 11
Concord, MA 01742
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Take Action Against Indoor Tanning
Over the last 12 years IMPACT Melanoma has worked with state officials, politicians and lobbyists across New England to pass tanning legislation in each state. We are happy to say that all six New England states have some sort of legislation in place to protect our youth from harmful UV rays emitted by tanning beds.
However, there is still work to be done! Use your voice to help the FDA pass national restrictions on indoor tanning beds.
Unlike other partnership programs, this program allows you, our premier supporters, to choose the events and/or programs that are the right fit for your company or you personally.
The proceeds from this Partnership Program will enable us to grow our programs and increase our ability to meet our mission, to reduce the risk of melanoma and support those who are struggling with this disease. We continually strive to create and expand our early detection and prevention programs, and to increase our services to melanoma patients and their families. Melanoma is the only cancer that is curable if caught at an early stage.
There are many ways that volunteers can help IMPACT Melanoma. Here are some of the areas where volunteers can provide our organization with very useful assistance:
- Billy’s Buddies
- Marathons, Road Races & Walks
- Golf Tournaments
- Health Fairs
- Administrative Support
- Speakers Bureau for Melanoma Survivors
If you would like to serve as a volunteer for IMPACT melanoma, please complete our Volunteer Application below.
IMPACT Melanoma provides Skin Safety programs across New England for community health fairs, school programs, hospital health fairs, and other non-profit groups. We can show you the effects of sun damage using facial scanners and provide educational materials.
Facial scanners are an educational tool to help people understand the damaging effects of the sun. Through the use of ultra-violet rays, these scanners