Our job right now is to focus energies on helping curb the incidence of the coronavirus. We continually think of those who are facing unimaginable illness and hardship. Resources of all kinds are, understandably, being funneled to those most in need. Each day we have the best interests of our healthcare workers and other critical personnel in mind. Everyone—including nonprofit organizations—is rethinking, reevaluating, and planning for a new tomorrow.
The difficult truth is that other diseases are not taking a break during this healthcare crisis. Melanoma doesn’t stop because a virus takes precedence. Melanoma survivors should know that we are still working on their behalf—that we continue to do all things possible in this current climate—to ensure their good health and well-being.
While the world’s healthcare crisis has caused everyone to live life differently, the situation has not dampened our spirits nor has it diminished our commitment to our mission. We are grateful to have you as part of the Outrun the Sun family and thank you for your continued support.
PROTECT YOUR SKIN. PROTECT YOURSELF. PROTECT YOUR LIFE.
Outrun the Sun has fueled the work of 25 melanoma researchers at top medical institutions nationwide, established the largest one-day sun safety program in the United States and shared educational curricula with students, campers and scouts across America. Our motto is: Protect Your Skin. Protect Yourself. Protect Your Life.