The Skin Cancer Foundation, the leading nonprofit organization for public and professional skin cancer education, recently moved to a new office space at 205 Lexington Avenue in midtown Manhattan. The new office will allow the Foundation to grow its staff as it develops new patient support programs and expands its donor base.
The Foundation’s new single-floor suite is approximately 8,200 square feet. The organization has allotted more storage room for its patient education materials, which are shipped to medical offices, health clinics, schools, and community centers across the country.
“As a nonprofit organization, it was important to invest in a space that helps our staff thrive as they serve the public, while ensuring that donor funds are used appropriately,” said Dan Latore, the Foundation’s Executive Director. ■