You have just entered the campus gateway of V University! With your passion, creativity, communication skills and fundraising support, this newly established virtual campus will serve to provide much needed research funding to young cancer research scientists everywhere. As leaders of the collegiate landscape, you demonstrate Coach Jim Valvano’s mantra “Don’t Give Up…Don’t Ever Give Up”® every time you strive to accomplish a goal. All funds raised through V University fundraising platforms will benefit the V Foundation and Kay Yow Cancer Fund and will support general cancer research and research of all women’s cancers. We look forward to growing our campus with you so that V University can thrive in its mission to claim victory over cancer!
It's Easy to Make an Impact
We make fundraising easy. You make it fun!
Registering your event with V University is simple to do, and it allows us to provide you access to a toolkit of resources designed to help you plan and host a successful fundraiser for cancer research. When you register you will gain access to the following:
- Comprehensive event planning guide with instructions, timelines, checklists and templates to help you plan and host a successful fundraiser.
- Customizable event page, which can serve as the central hub of information for your event, and allows donors to give directly to your fundraising initiative. This webpage can be shared and donors can contribute directly to your event through the site.
- V Foundation and V University Supporter logos that can be used by registered fundraisers throughout the lifecycle of your event.
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Over the past 24 years, the V Foundation for Cancer Research has been deeply entrenched in college basketball and the coaches who represent the great sport. After all, the Foundation was created by a national championship coach and a sports network that provides the most comprehensive coverage of collegiate athletics.
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When you hear of a child donating six cents to the fight against ALL women’s cancers, it cuts deep. Immediately, you ask yourself, “Am I doing all I can do?”
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Cancer. It sucks. There are no two ways about it. No matter the outcome, good or bad, the days, weeks, months, maybe years spent fighting it are tiresome, troubling and emotionally draining on the patients and their families.
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