You’re not alone in this fight. We’re here to welcome you into our community and connect you with others fighting alongside you.


Connect Online

Inspire Online Support Community

Fight Colorectal Cancer partners with Inspire to offer a safe, secure and permission-based online support community. Inspire is the leading social network for health and offers a place where patients and caregivers can connect and support one another. You can join for FREE at anytime.

 Visit Fight Colorectal Cancer’s Inspire community 

Public Facebook Groups

We manage two Facebook groups where you can connect with others facing the disease.

Stand Up To Cancer Event

Advocates of Fight Colorectal Cancer  see what’s happening on Capitol Hill and connect with other grassroots advocates.

Patient Resources – get resources you can trust like medically-reviewed publications, blogs, videos and more from Fight CRC.

If you’re a member of GAC, RATS or Ambassador programs:  please contact the Fight CRC team to gain access into those private groups.

Social Media

Fight CRC is very active on social media. Follow us to keep in touch and stay up-to-date with everything that’s happening around here:


Connect In-Person

Want to sit down and talk with someone else who’s faced colorectal cancer? Attend an Event!

Call-on Congress

Each March, we host a life-changing event where advocates connect as they learn about advocacy and how to take action together. Call-on Congress lasts three days and is hosted in the D.C. area each year. Some scholarships are available for first-time attendees.

Learn about Call-on Congress 

Climb for a Cure

Climb for a Cure is an annual hike each summer where survivors, caregivers and loved ones scale mountains to build camaraderie, inspire others and raise funds for Fight CRC.

Learn about Climb for a Cure

Ambassador Training

Fight CRC Ambassadors volunteer to be a “face” of the disease. They’re passionate about raising awareness and helping spread the mission of Fight CRC. Ambassador Training weekend occurs in August/September in Springfield, Mo.

Learn about our Ambassadors Program

Research Advocacy

Do you love science? Fascinated about the biology and chemistry of cancer? Our Research Advocacy Training and Support (RATS) group may be a great fit for you. RATS members aren’t only serious about the science, but they’re part of a group that comes together several times each year for RATS Academy and participates in several research conferences as a group.

Learn about our Research Advocacy program 

Partner Organizations

Looking to get involved in a local race or event? Visit:

If you’re a young adult looking to connect with other “Under 50” patients visit:

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