SolSurvivors partners closely with the OHSU War on Melanoma team on community outreach. Melanoma survivors, their family members, and friends can join the Melanoma Community Registry to assist OHSU’s efforts in research, receive updates, and get more involved in melanoma prevention in Oregon.
Aim is a global melanoma advocacy non-profit. Their website has very helpful information which explains melanoma staging. They also have an on-call oncology nurse available to answer questions, and host community events in cities across the country.
The Melanoma Research Alliance is the largest private funder of melanoma research. They also offer a variety of resources for patients, including videos and a glossary of melanoma terms.
The Melanoma Research Foundation offers a variety of resources for newly diagnosed patients, as well as some fun awareness campaigns like #GetNaked for melanoma.
The Melanoma Action Coalition (MAC) is a group of community-based melanoma foundations and individuals from across the U.S. working together to share information and provide mutual support. Visit their website to learn about a variety of non-profit organizations that are doing amazing things to support melanoma awareness and research. SolSurvivors is a proud member of the Melanoma Action Coalition.