Registration NOW OPEN for ACCF’s Bass Fishing Tournament

Registration is NOW OPEN for Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation’s 2nd Annual Bass Fishing Tournament scheduled for Saturday, October 15, 2016, at Live Oak Landing on the Tensaw River in Stockton, Alabama. Tournament entry fee is $80 per boat and boats will be launched in...

ACCF Par For Patients Fundraiser at Fairways

Join us for an evening of drinks, golfing, and fundraising for a local cause! Compete for prizes in our closest to the pin, longest and straightest drive competitions, and chipping challenges. Tee off and come out to support Anchor Cross Cancer...

Anchor Cross Foundation Scarf Drive

ACCF is hosting a community-wide scarf drive with a goal of collecting 400 scarves by August 25th. Posters and collection boxes will be placed at each location and staff, patients and the general public are encouraged to participate!

ACCF Chosen as Fundraiser Recipient

  The Mobile Claims Association has chosen Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation to receive all proceeds raised from their 2016 Spring Golf Tournament. Scheduled for Friday, May 20th at Magnolia Grove, this annual tournament allows members from the insurance community...

Robertsdale Basketball Supports ACCF

A big thank you to Coach Marshall Davis and the Robertsdale Boys High School Basketball Team for their “Breast Care Aware” night this past Friday.

Huge Success for ACCF Inaugural Bass Fishing Tournament

What a SUCCESS! Thank you to everyone who participated in our Inaugural ACCF Bass Fishing Tournament. With the help of our sponsors, donors and the 74 registered boats, we were able to raise nearly $8,000 for the Foundation to help cancer patients along the Gulf...

Join Us for ACCF’s Bass Fishing Tournament

Registration is still open for the Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation’s Inaugural Bass Fishing Tournament on Saturday, October 24th at Live Oak Landing on the Tensaw River in Stockton, Alabama. All proceeds will benefit the Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation, a 501c3 dedicated to helping cancer patients in need along the Gulf Coast.