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Cancer Institute Foundation

U.S. Non-Profit Organization

Cancer Patient Children

Other Campaigns

Add CIF Frame to FB Profile

FB FrameSupport Cancer Institute Foundation by updating your Facebook profile pictures with an overlay image as shown in this picture.
It takes just a few minutes. Here are the quick 5-step instructions to update your Facebook profile. You can add the frame to your profile picture either using Facebook mobile app or your laptop from website.

Thank you for for promoting the cause.

  1. Select your Facebook profile.
  2. Select “Edit” your profile picture
  3. Select “Add Frame”
  4. Search for “Cancer Institute Foundation”
  5. Scroll through frame options presented and select CIF frame as show in the picture.
  6. Voila! You are done!

Please share this with your friends and request them to update their profile pictures also.

Shave Heads to Save Lives

There are so many heartwarming stories of adults and children shaving their heads to support family & friends who are suffering from cancer.

Please watch the video of 10 year old Katelyn Neuman who shaved her head to raise funds for St. Baldrick’s Foundation for children cancer research. It inspired her school teacher also to shave her own head and raise funds! Katelyn’s mom says “lf a 10 year old goes out and shaves her head and be brave to raise funds it says a lot! She does not have to shave her head to prove a point, but why not?”

Cancer Institute Foundation is initiating “Shave your head to save lives!” campaign. This voluntary act of selflessness is meant to inspire friends, family, and other people to donate money for Cancer Institute Foundation. The money you raise will go far in treating underprivileged patients in India suffering from cancer.

If you decide to participate please contact Saravanan Bala at to learn more how to proceed.


Cancer Institute Foundation is IRS recognized charity under 501(c)3. Your donations are fully tax deductible. Tax ID: 20-1140049. CIF ensures that 100% of your donation goes to the cancer treatment of the underprivileged.

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