Meet our Youth Ambassadors

Here you’ll find more information about our passionate young supporters. To learn more about becoming a Youth Ambassador and the benefits of raising money for cancer research, please click here.

Ally Minker

Motivated by personal experiences with her grandfather, Ally decided to take action and help to the best of her abilities in the fight against cancer. This compelled her to establish a fundraising program within the baseball community, her grandfather’s favorite sport and the source of some of her fondest memories. Using NFCR’s Play4TheCure sports fundraising platform to help brand the events, Ally took the lead in establishing a charitable tradition with 10 minor league baseball teams by raising cancer awareness and hosting fundraisers at the various ballparks, generating $7,500 for cancer research.

In Ally’s words, “Being an NFCR Youth Ambassador will yield me the opportunity to become an international leader of community service, as well as allow me to increase awareness of current cancer prevention methods worldwide. I hope that through my involvement, I encourage my peers to become involved in their communities and learn more about cancer research and prevention.

Learn more about Ally’s project here (link here to: https://www.crowdrise.com/allyminkerplay4thecu).

Nancy Qin

As co-founder of the Cancer Fundraising Club at Walt Whitman High School, Nancy took action to make a difference in the lives of others and established a tradition of charitable success for future students.

After interning with NFCR, she was inspired to carry on her work and raised over $2,100 to fund cutting-edge research initiatives with her fellow Cancer Research Club members.

Interested in becoming a Youth Ambassador?

Getting started is easy! Just call us at (301) 654-1250 or email info@nfcr.org to let us know you’re interested in becoming a Youth Ambassador. A member of the NFCR team will help get you started in the program and help you brainstorm creative fundraising and recruitment ideas!