ACS CAN Advocacy Accomplishments
ACS CAN’s volunteers, team members and supporters are critical to our success in advocating for public policies that will benefit people with cancer and their loved ones. Our 2022 Advocacy Accomplishments site showcases the significant impact our advocates achieved through legislative and regulatory successes at every level of government. These achievements were supported by our passionate volunteers, generous donors and many individuals and organizations that partnered with us along the way. Now, more than ever, your support allows us to help end cancer as we know it for everyone by advocating for policies that sustain investments in cancer research, fund programs that detect cancer at its earliest, most treatable stages, increase access to affordable health care, and reduce health disparities.
View the Advocacy Accomplishments report
View the 2022 Impact Infographic in English
View the 2022 Impact Infographic in Spanish
Where Does the Money Go?
Quite simply, it goes toward historic legislative accomplishments that will save more lives from cancer. Examples include securing an increase in federal cancer research funding, expanding access to cancer care for hundreds of thousands of people and making restaurants and bars smoke-free.
IRS Form 990s
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990 is an annual federal informational return that most nonprofit organizations are required to file. The information in the Form 990s is provided in accordance with IRS regulations.
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2021
For Fiscal year 21 ending December 21, 2021
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2020
For Fiscal Year 20 Ending December 31, 2020
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2019
For Fiscal Year 19 Ending December 31, 2019
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2018
For Fiscal Year 18 Ending December 31, 2018
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2017
For Fiscal Year 17 Ending December 31, 2017
ACS CAN Form 990 FY2016
For Fiscal Year 16 Ending December 31, 2016
Available below are the Financial Statements of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc. These financial statements provide the most meaningful financial information as they are presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.