We’ll See You in 2021!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve suspended our 2020 Destination: Healthy Skin program. Our main priority is ensuring the safety of the public, our volunteer dermatologists and event managers, who are all an integral part of this lifesaving skin cancer screening and education program.

Although we can’t be on the road this summer, we’re still here to empower you to take a proactive approach to daily sun protection and the early detection and treatment of skin cancer. Here are some resources available for your use:

* The Big See: Skin cancer is the cancer you can SEE. Here are tips for performing a self-exam. If you SEE anything new, changing or unusual, make an appointment with a dermatologist as soon as possible. Find a dermatologist in your area.

* Learn more about skin cancer and COVID-19.

* Our Robins Nest provides guidance to help you navigate the complexities in gaining access to health care. Check out our list of support resources or contact our patient services navigator. (Please note that The Skin Cancer Foundation cannot answer questions about specific medical cases. If you have a health concern, we recommend that you seek the advice of a physician.)

* Planning some socially distant outdoor fun? Good for you! Our Daily Sun Protection Guide has everything you need to keep your skin safe.

* Sign up for our monthly newsletter, and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to get the facts about skin cancer along with updates about our newest programs and resources.

We hope that you have a safe and healthy summer.

Unite to Fight Skin Cancer

Check back here for updates on our 2021 Destination: Healthy Skin program, or sign up for email updates.

*Please note that skin cancer screenings are first come, first served and subject to dermatologist availability. Skin cancer screenings may not be available at every event. Dates and times are subject to change.