Campaign for the Cure

Campaign for the Cure - C4C22

C4C22 ended on 5.31.22, and we are proud to announce that it was a success!

Thanks to the generosity of supporters like you, we exceeded our goal and raised a record-breaking $107,845!

Together, we can continue to give patients the support they need today while making great strides towards better treatments and a cure!

C4C22 highlighted some of the many ways the Foundation plays a pivotal role in driving research breakthroughs.

You can read more below. See you next May for #C4C23!

Campaign for the Cure (C4C) is the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation’s longest-running annual campaign, designed to raise critical funds to support the Foundation’s mission--especially our efforts to advance cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) research. Our research activities fuel the development of new treatment options for CCA patients and, ultimately, a cure.

Thanks to the generosity of the Scott Family, your donation to this year’s C4C will be doubled! 

C4C was originally started in 2014 by Jason and Andrea (Breuhan) Scott. Andrea was diagnosed with intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma in April of 2013 and quickly became an unwavering champion and fundraiser for the Foundation. Though she lost her courageous 18-month battle with the disease in 2014, her legacy of generosity lives on through the continuation of C4C and the partnership of the Scott Family.

The Scott Family is offering a dollar-for-dollar match for every donation made as part of C4C22, up to $20,000.


“Our family could not think of a more meaningful way to honor Andrea’s memory than by accelerating research for this devastating disease.”

- Jason Scott, CCF Board of Directors.

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All donations up to $25,000 will be matched dollar-for-dollar!