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Blessed Necklace
Smiling Earring Models
Simone Smith with Necklace Models
Simone Smith and Models Smiling

For each purchase from the Simone Smith Jewelry Collection sold from August 2016 to July 2017, ACS will receive $1.00, with a minimum guaranteed amount of $50,000.
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A dedicated mother of four, inspired by her faith and all of the strong women in her life, Simone continues to design at the intersection of style and philanthropy. She remains focused on creating beautiful jewelry for women who love accessories as much as she does, and instilling hope for all people facing cancer.

Simone I. Smith
Cancer Survivor and American Cancer Society Global Ambassador

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This disease affects so many people and so many families. I always knew that I wanted to do something to help and I feel very blessed to be able to do so.

Simone I. Smith
Cancer Survivor and American Cancer Society Global Ambassador
Simone Signing Blanket

Simone I. Smith signs the quilt made by Dawn Treylinek, aka the Blanket Lady,  a 4 time cancer survivor who creates quilts from repurposed T-shirts to raise awareness and funds for ACS.  This blanket was successfully raffled off at the Global Launch in Minneapolis.

Better Together

When you support the American Cancer Society, you join millions of people worldwide working relentlessly to end cancer. With your help, this is some of what we've been able to accomplish over the last 100 years.

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4.5

billion

Amount we've invested in research since 1946, making us the largest non-governmental funder of cancer research in the U.S.

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6.3

million

Number of free rides to treatment we've provided for cancer patients.

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357

thousand

Number of no- or low-cost screenings we've provided since 2011.

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15.5

million

Number of cancer survivors alive in the U.S. today, thanks in part to our work.