RECAP: NYC Kickoff for 2015 One Million Strong

Summary: NYC has been covered in white for months, but with the kickoff of One Million Strong, the city and nation turned blue, in person and online on March 2, 2015. 3rd time’s a charm! The kickoff of our third annual One Million Strong event was outstanding! Without the support of the amazing survivors, advocates and caregivers,…  Read More

Bear Grylls is One Million Strong

This week a host of well-known personalities posted their support for the more than one million colorectal cancer survivors and those who’ve shown tremendous strength in light of the disease. Among the most popular who supported the campaign this week: Bear Grylls, on behalf of our sponsor Aquacai. Bear is a “survivalist” who’s known for his outdoor adventures. He’s been…  Read More

A Bell Heard Around the World

Next week Fight CRC and several of our sponsors, partners and advocates will ring the closing bell at NASDAQ. This is our 3rd year to be in Times Square to kick off March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and launch our One Million Strong campaign. This year, we’ll be joined by country music artist and national spokesman…  Read More

Advocacy Update – February 2015

ADVOCATE SPOTLIGHT: PATSY PETZOLD Patsy is a stage IV survivor and one of our models from the 2013 One Million Strong photo shoot in Kansas City. She brought a small army of supporters consisting of family and friends to the shoot with her. From KC to NYC, Patsy took her team with her to Times Square as…  Read More

One Million Strong Nashville

On March 29, we will be taking over Music City to host our 3rd Annual One Million Strong kickoff event, and it’s going to be better than ever! As usual, we will host our One Millon Strong March, but this year has quite a twist – we will partner with our celebrity spokesman, Craig Campbell, for…  Read More

Open Letter from Anjee: Join One Million Strong 2015

As a community inspired by the over one million colorectal cancer survivors, we share a common passion. We see the need to fight when one of us is diagnosed. We understand that raising awareness will save lives. We want to see fewer diagnoses and more survivors. We want to make strides toward our national goal of…  Read More