QUALTRICS AND HUNTSMAN CANCER FOUNDATION HAVE JOINED FORCES TO LAUNCH

WE'RE INVITING EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE TO GIVE $5 TO THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER.

HOW IT WORKS

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Grab a pen and on the palm of your hand, write the reason you're joining the fight.

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Post a photo or video to social media using the hashtag #fiveforthefight

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Tag five friends and challenge them to do the same

100% of the money raised will be used to further cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute.

ABOUT HUNTSMAN CANCER FOUNDATION

HCI is a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, which means it meets the highest standards for cancer care and research. Huntsman Cancer Institute is also home to researchers like Nobel Laureate, Mario Cappechi, PhD, and leading cancer researcher, Josh Schiffman, M.D. HCI is a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a not-for-profit alliance of the world's leading cancer centers.


Huntsman Cancer Foundation’s sole purpose is to raise funds to support the mission of Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI): to understand cancer from it’s beginnings, to use that knowledge in creation and improvement of cancer treatments, to relieve the suffering of cancer patients, and to provide education about cancer risk, prevention and care. 100% of all Five for the Fight donations go to cancer research and patient care.


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ABOUT QUALTRICS

In 2002, Ryan Smith quit his internship at HP to move home and spend time with his father, Scott, who had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Rather than restore a car or spend time in the outdoors together, Scott, an MBA marketing professor, and Ryan teamed up to build a software research company, which would later become Qualtrics.


Now the world's leading enterprise survey company, Qualtrics serves more than 8,000 enterprise clients in over 90 countries. But long before Qualtrics was successful, the Smith family decided that Huntsman Cancer Institute, where Scott received treatment and care, would be its charity. The donations were modest at first, but as the company grew so did the contributions. In 2016, Qualtrics donated $1,000 for each of its 1,000 employees.


And thanks to the research and care from Huntsman Cancer Institute, Scott Smith beat the odds. Today he is helping others do the same.


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