Creating and promoting cancer awarness

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Ace Cancer Care Inc. is headquartered in Houston, TX, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 87-0742927.  Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS' NTEE classification is Private Grantmaking Foundations within the Philanthropy, Voluntarism and Grantmaking Foundations category. The IRS ruling year for tax exemption was 2009.

(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)

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This organization cannot be evaluated by our Encompass Rating methodology due to only having one year of electronically-filed IRS Form 990 data.

To ensure year-to-year consistency the Encompass Rating System’s Finance & Accountability beacon analyzes the three-year average of some data provided through the IRS 990.
Charity Navigator currently only has one year of consecutive e-filed Forms 990 from the IRS for Ace Cancer Care Inc. under the EIN: 87-0742927.
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Largest Programs

Largest Programs

Ace Cancer Care Inc. reported its largest program on its FY 2018 Form 990 as:


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Community Cancer Awarness Seminars

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What is your organization aiming to accomplish?

Educate 10,000 men and women especially minority populations and under served in the Houston area by 2022 Screen 1000 women for breast cancer (First time screening) in Houston and surrounding counties by 2022 Screen 1000 women for cervical cancer by 2022 Educate 1000 women about ovarian cancer by 2022 Educate and get 1000 men and women screened for colon cancer by 2022 in Houston and surrounding counties Educate 15,000 about cancer and the importance of prevention in developing countries every 2 years Screen 500 women for breast cancer in 2 years Screen 500 women for cervical cancer in 2 years Train 100 cancer awareness educators annually in developing countries Train 100 medical professionals in developing countries annually Transfer technology in 2 facilities annually

What are your strategies for making this happen?

Host 4 cancer awareness and screening health fairs annually in Houston and surrounding counties during which 50- 100 women will be screened for breast and cervical cancer. Host 1 cancer CME seminar for medical professionals annually either in Houston or developing countries. Will include work shops. Host 2 cancer medical mission to developing countries ( will include public education, screening, train-of-trainer sessions). Host Monthly ECHO Cervical Cancer Prevention Training program for medical professional in developing countries (Tele-mentoring). Start ECHO Breast Cancer Diagnosis, staging and management for Medical professionals from developing countries (tele-mentoring). Collaborate with 2 local facilities in developing countries to provide cancer screening in a country.

What are your organization's capabilities for doing this?

Our founder has 15 years experience working in the field of oncology. We have a 9 member board of director made up people with varying cancer experience We have and Advisory Board made of professionals from different fields of oncology bring with them affiliation with the number 1 cancer center in the world, MD Anderson Cancer Center. We have ambassadors to include survivors, relations and friends of cancer victims, public health professionals, oncology allied health professionals who help to promote cancer awareness. We also have Navigators who are mostly social workers and community health workers who ensure those identified with disease receive prompt and adequate follow-up. We have a very strong volunteer base of medical professional that work at MD Anderson Cancer Center (More than 100 volunteers), (Nurses, Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Radiologists, Social workers, Lab technicians, Pathologist, various Medical Oncologists, Gynecologists, Surgeons, Urologists, Gastroenterology, Researchers, Cancer survivors, others). We also have volunteers ranging in age from young adults to middle aged adults and retirees).

How will your organization know if you are making progress?

We have sign in sheet for all participants at our programs We have data processors who log in all data into computer ( We know how many attend, services received, any abnormalities identified, referral and follow-up information We also register everyone that participate in our training programs. This enables us to keep a list of participants for each category of activity. We give out numbered evaluation forms during each education program. Helps us to determine how many attended public education event , evaluate event and the speakers. We also determine outcome from the evaluations. By establishing a prevention program at site of mission, we are able to determine if behavior change has occurred over 2-year period by noting repeat participation in screening. We also monitor impact of the train-of-trainer based on number of people that show up for routine screening and seek medical attention promptly. We keep record of those diagnosed with late versus early disease over 2-4 year period.

What have and haven't you accomplished so far?

Since 2012, we have 1. Increased number of health fairs from 2 to 4 per year. 2. We now provide mammography instead of just clinical breast exam and refer. 3. In the Houston Area: We have educated 20,000 We have screened 800 women for cervical cancer We have screened 628 women for breast cancer using mammogram We have screened 510 men for prostate cancer 4. We have held cancer prevention seminar 2 times in Houston and cancer management seminar 3 times in Houston 5. We have taken 26 medical missions to developing countries in West Africa, South Africa and the West Indies since 2006 6. In Africa: We have educated 100,000 since 2006 We have screened 5,000 cervical cancer; 6500 breast cancer; 2800 prostate cancer; 1209 colon cancer Training: We trained 600 using train-of-trainer curriculum since 2008 7. We started Nigeria Cervical Cancer Prevention ECHO


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