Informing our communities to Start Seeing Melanoma
In order to reach as many people as possible with critical information on melanoma, we are relying on a network of melanoma advocates, medical providers, and skin health professionals to amplify our message. Keep those around you safe by informing family, friends, and your community about critical melanoma information.
By getting involved, you are playing a key part in reducing the amount of deaths caused by melanoma in your community, in Oregon, and beyond.
Champion the pledge
Take the pledge to Start Seeing Melanoma, and share with your circle of influence.
Share digital materials
Spread the word utilizing images, flyers, videos, and links via your social media channels or email.
Visit Social Media Toolkit page.
Visit Education and Advocacy Materials page (share the link to this page, or share individual files by clicking on the images on this page, and copy/pasting their URL's!)
Become a volunteer
Join the fight by enlisting to become a melanoma Super Citizen or Hometown Hero.
Visit Volunteer page.
Expand your melanoma knowledge
To fight the enemy, one must first learn about the enemy! Complete online E-learnings, and share them to applicable audiences.
Distribute physical materials
Join the Melanoma Community Registry
The Melanoma Community Registry is a major resource of volunteers used to fight the War on Melanoma™. Join the registry to stay informed on opportunities to engage in research, volunteer, attend events, and more.
Visit Melanoma Community Registry page.
Additional educational/advocacy resources
- AIM at Melanoma
- Melanoma Research Foundation
- A Sun Safety Curriculum created and developed by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and disseminated by CATCH® Global Foundation. The evidence-based curriculum educates children, parents and teachers about sun protection and promotes sun safety behaviors in an effort to reduce children's lifetime risk of developing skin cancer.
- Environmental Protection Agency: Sun Safety