The Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC) entered a new partnership with Molecular Photos, an Austin-based organization that supports cancer research through artwork created from molecular images of cancer.
“We’re thrilled to begin this partnership with the Foundation for Women’s Cancer,” says Michael Willoughby, the founder of Molecular Photos. “Partnering with impactful foundations like FWC is so important in building community and, ultimately, in achieving our goal of making a substantial contribution to cancer research.”
Together, Molecular Photos and FWC will raise money for gynecologic cancer research, including up to 10% of the proceeds from all Molecular Photos artwork depicting gynecologic cancers.
“We are extremely appreciative of this new partnership with Molecular Photos,” said FWC Board Chair, David Mutch, MD, FACOG, of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. “Support from caring and committed businesses strengthens our ability to serve those impacted by gynecologic cancers.”
For your Molecular Photos purchase to benefit FWC, please select the Foundation for Women’s Cancer from the, “What organization would you like to donate to?” drop-down list at checkout.
About Molecular Photos
Molecular Photos is a new, Austin-based organization on a mission to fight cancer with art. With their team of healthcare entrepreneurs and designers, they begin with molecular images of cancer, enhance them with color to create art, and donate 10% of all proceeds to cancer research. To see the artwork and learn more, visit molecularphotos.com.