The Skin Cancer Foundation Membership

The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Physician Members are at the heart of everything that we do. They serve as the Foundation’s spokespersons and bring our educational programs into communities around the U.S. and to countries around the world. Each member has made a commitment to our cause, and we are grateful for their extraordinary support.

Physician Membership Levels

The Amonette Circle, founded by Rex A. Amonette, MD, and his wife, Johnnie, is our exclusive membership group of generous and actively involved physicians. Amonette Circle members pledge $25,000 to The Skin Cancer Foundation and contribute to many of our efforts, from assisting with fundraising events to serving as spokespersons in the media. They are committed to our mission to fight the world’s most common cancer, and they are one of our most cherished resources.

  • Priority on all media interview opportunities
  • Special feature in the annual Skin Cancer Foundation Journal
  • A personalized welcome message via the Foundation’s social media channels
  • 1,000 patient education brochures
  • Detailed profile on our website’s physician finder where you can include a link to your practice’s website, a biography and headshot
  • Membership plaque and digital badge
  • Invitations to networking events, including a discounted ticket to the Champions for Change Gala
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Exclusive use of our ready-to-use community education presentations
  • Access to our publications, such as The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal, The Melanoma Letter, and Carcinomas & Keratoses

For more information or to join this elite Circle, please contact Brian Hanley at 646.583.7988 or bhanley@skincancer.org.

Members of the Robins Fund and its offshoots, the Leonard Goldberg Fund and the C. William Hanke Fund, are physicians fellowship-trained in Mohs surgery who are dedicated to educating the public about the benefits of Mohs surgery. They serve as our spokespersons and contribute to our education programs. Membership signifies their serious commitment to fighting skin cancer.

Membership in the Mohs Fund is $1,000 a year.

  • Media interview opportunities
  • A personalized welcome message via the Foundation’s social media channels
  • 1,000 patient education brochures
  • Detailed profile on our website’s physician finder, where you will be identified as a member of the American College of Mohs Surgery
  • Membership certificate and digital badge
  • Invitations to networking events, including a discounted ticket to the Champions for Change Gala
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Exclusive use of our ready-to-use community education presentations
  • Access to our publications, such as The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal, The Melanoma Letter, and Carcinomas & Keratoses

If you have questions, please call Brian Hanley at 646.583.7988.

Membership in the Medical Council is $1,000 a year.

Benefits:

  • Media interview opportunities
  • 1,000 patient education brochures
  • Premium profile on our website’s physician finder where you can include a link to your practice’s website, a biography and headshot
  • Membership certificate and digital badge
  • Invitations to networking events, including a discounted ticket to the Champions for Change Gala
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Exclusive use of our ready-to-use community education presentations
  • Access to our publications, such as The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal, The Melanoma Letter, and Carcinomas & Keratoses

Memberships for Fellows is $500 a year.

Benefits:

  • 500 patient education brochures
  • Basic listing on our website’s physician finder
  • Membership certificate and digital badge
  • Invitations to networking events, including a discounted ticket to the Champions for Change Gala
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Exclusive use of our ready-to-use community education presentations
  • Access to our publications, such as The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal, The Melanoma Letter, and Carcinomas & Keratoses