At age 37, Victor Finch passed away on October 25, 2014 from melanoma skin cancer. His two-year fight against this devastating disease astounded doctors and inspired everyone around him. He smiled, joked, and maintained an unwavering faith until the end.
From the moment he learned of his diagnosis, Vic felt there was an ignorance amongst the public about the seriousness of melanoma skin cancer. He said, "Somebody needs to make it known!" As a result, he shared his journey throughout the process.
The Victor Over Cancer Foundation will carry Vic’s message to families, schools, legislators – everyone. The mission of the foundation will be educating our state on the importance of sunblock and routine body scans. The Foundation will also share the resources with other families dealing with the diagnosis of cancer for funding, prescriptions, insurance, travel, and more.
Some of our top priorities include:
Curriculum in Florida schools about skin protection and how to detect skin abnormalities.
Annual skin screenings at schools and colleges.
Sunscreen dispensers (similar to antibacterial dispensers) at schools and fun-in-the-sun locations.
You may send your donations to our headquarters:
124 Marriott Drive, Suite 104
Tallahassee, FL 32302
or donate online!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT, YOUR DONATION WILL HELP SAVE LIVES