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68

YEARS

1952-2020

The Pap Corps’ Mission, Vision & Spirit

United by a single purpose … Inspired by a single goal!

The Pap Corps, Champions for Cancer Research is one of the largest all-volunteer fundraising organizations in South Florida. More than 50 chapters and 22,000 members are dedicated to supporting research for all types of cancer at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, the only academic hospital in our community.

Our Mission

To enable and support through the funds we raise, the vital research programs at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.To enable and support through the funds we raise, the vital research programs at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Our Vision

To imagine – and help create – A World Without Cancer.

Our Spirit

Derives from our enthusiasm, passion and commitment we share, our thousands of members and volunteers working toward a common goal, our determination to make our vision a reality, and the knowledge that each contribution benefits our own community and cancer research worldwide!

Research Matters

Every dollar that you raise or donate brings hope to someone touched by cancer. Since 1952, The Pap Corps donated more than $110 million dollars to achieve our vision because Research Matters!

Our Awards

1990
From UM School of Medicine – Helping Hands Award – Organization of the Year
1993
From UM School of Medicine – Helping Hands Award
1994
From UM School of Medicine – Helping Hands Award
2001
From Sylvester – True Leaders in the Search for a Cure!
2005
From UM – Sylvester – The 20th Annual National Philanthropy Day Awards – Table Honoree
2007
From UM – Sylvester 55 years of unwavering commitment to cancer research
2009
From Sylvester – ‘Always inspired by the Pap Corps’ steadfast commitment to Cancer Research’
2012
From Sylvester – Diamond Anniversary of The Pap Corps (6 decades of partnership)
2014
From Sylvester – Pap Corps Endowed Professorship in Leukemia Inaugural Recipient – Ronan T. Swords M.D., Ph.D., FRCPI, FRCPath
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