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Pap Corps Press

The PCP is The Pap Corps’ informative newsletter that is published twice a year. The newsletter typically includes messages from our Chair of the Board of Directors, news regarding members, events, and campaigns, survivor stories, Sylvester cancer research updates, and other pertinent articles. To browse past issues click here.

Presidents Meetings Sponsorship

Once a month, The Pap Corps invites physicians from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, to talk to our members about the latest updates in their research programs. We have 8 meetings per year, from October to May. Click here to view the most recent videos from these talks. You can also visit our YouTube channel to browse the full collection.

Footloose and Cancer Free Sponsorship

Footloose and Cancer Free is a champagne luncheon and dance competition to benefit The Pap Corps Champions for Cancer Research. The event is held once a year, this year The Pap Corps Signature Event will be held at the luxurious Opal Grand Resort on October 3rd, 2021. Our dancers have been working diligently to fundraise, and while COVID has slowed us down, the beat goes on!

Click here for more info on the event, or to sponsor the dancers.

eMail Broadcast and Social Media Post

With over 20,000 members, we have a great audience reach. If you feel that our Constituents would benefit from your company's services, please consider advertising in our eMail Blasts or through our Social Media Channels, such as Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Click the link below to view pricing and options.

General Donation Sponsorship

If you can't decide which event to sponsor, you can always make a General Sponsorship Donation. All of funds raised benefit The Pap Corps’ mission, which is to enable and support the vital research programs at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Sylvester is the only university-based cancer center in South Florida. The research done at Sylvester contributes to improve patient care.