Corporations Who Make a Difference
Thank you to all of the companies and organizations that are generous sponsors of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS's) Tennessee Chapter. We appreciate their dedication to our goal of helping blood cancer patients live better, longer lives.
If your company or organization would like to support the work of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS's) Tennessee Chapter, please contact us by phone at 615-331-2980 or by emailing one of our chapter staff members.
Campaign Sponsorship Opportunities
LLS's groundbreaking charity sports program. Voted Best Charity Training Program in 2011 by the readers of Competitor.
- See complete listing of current corporate sponsors
Our annual Nashville and Knoxville Light The Night events are held under the stars during the fall. Our participants are given iconic illuminated lanterns to help bring light to the darkness of cancer. We remember those we have lost, celebrate our survivors, and stand alongside those in the midst of their fight.
- Tori Duncan, Senior Campaign Manager, Light the Night
- Fatemeh Delheimer, Campaign Specialist, Light the Night
- Bethany Fields, Campaign Specialist, Light The Night
A 10-week fundraising competition engaging dynamic local leaders and held in honor of a local boy and girl of the year survivor. Each dollar raised counts as one vote.
- Christina Ryan, Campaign Director, Man & Woman of the Year
- Lori Friel, Campaign Manager, Light the Night/Man & Woman of the Year
A series of programs for schools and students at all grade levels to help support the LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Milan Whatley, Campaign Manager, Student Series
Students of the Year is a seven-week philanthropic leadership development program during which students foster professional skills such as entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management in order to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), the world's largest nonprofit fighting blood cancer. The title Student(s) of the Year is awarded to the candidate or co-candidates in each community who raises the most funds during the competition.
- Tricia Ward, Campaign Specialist, Students of the Year
The Tennessee Chapter provides financial assistance, support groups, one-on-one peer support and counseling, public and professional education with free booklets and brochures, seminars, teleconferences, and on line chat room - all free of charge to patients and their families with leukemia, Hodgkin and non-lymphoma, and myeloma.
- Tracy Moore, Patient Access Volunteer Development Manager