Welcome to the Skin Protection Foundation
SPF saves your skin from the potentially deadly effects of UV ray damage. And the Skin Protection Foundation (SPF) is the only organization in the world that is working to combat skin cancer through the deployment of sunscreen on the front lines.
Skin Cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in the United States. With over 5,000,000 new cases each year, it is more prevalent than all other cancers combined. This is an especially tough pill to swallow considering that it is also - objectively - the most easily preventable cancer: wearing sunscreen drastically decreases your chances of contracting.
Inspired by the loss of a family member to melanoma, we set out to combat skin cancer on the front lines by literally giving away as much sunscreen as possible. We do this in two ways: 1) by distributing sunscreen across beaches and public parks, and 2) by partnering with camps and after-school programs that serve low-income children, and providing them with free sunscreen . Our goal is to give away 1 million bottles of sunscreen, and our hope is to eradicate skin cancer. The Skin Protection Foundation is a registered 501c3 organization.
Spf - Skin Protection Foundation
Southampton, NY 11968
The Skin Protection Foundation is a registered, tax-exempt 501c3 charitable organization under legal name The Keil Foundation, named for our family member who battled and lost to this disease.
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