Melanoma Action Coalition & Melanoma Research Alliance Launch SunSavvy365

The Melanoma Action Coalition and the Melanoma Research Alliance are partnering to launch SunSavvy365, an online campaign to remind everyone that the need for sun safety does not end on Labor Day. The campaign toolkit, freely available to anyone at, includes dozens of tailor prevention messages that can be easily shared via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to remind parents, young adults, and children to protect their own skin every day.


Be Sun Smart, All Year Long!


Colette Coyne Melanoma Awareness Campaign

14th Annual 

Miles for Melanoma, Steps to Stop Skin Cancer

5K Run / Walk

The Rain Did Not Dampen Our Spirits

The rain did not dampen the spirits of those who came to honor and support their loved ones. While the weather could have been better, those who participated could not have been. It was a fun filled (WET) day and a good time was had by all. Below view some of the many pictures taken at the event.


The Teams


The 5K Run


The Walk


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Melanoma Monday, May 7th 2018 

CCMAC is grateful that the new Nassau County Executive Lauren Curren (2nd from left) and the Nassau County Health Commissioner Lawrence Eisenstein (Left) recognize the importance of Melanoma Monday, and that May is Melanoma Awareness Month. Also pictured above are; Colette Coyne (Founder of the Colette Coyne Melanoma Awareness Campaign – CCMAC),  Sharon Galvin (Melanoma Survivor) and John SKinner.

Be Sun Smart!


Hampton Bays High School’s

Tonight, It’s All About Me! Health & Wellness Fair

On April 16th 2018 CCMAC participated in the Southampton Youth Board & Hampton Bays High School’s “Tonight, It’s All About Me! Health and Wellness Fair. Thomas Coyne shared CCMAC’s Be Sun Smart message with students, teachers and other school personnel in attendance. CCMAC’s Dermascan got a great deal of use, as many in attendance viewed damage to their skin often not otherwise seen by the naked eye. Many were quite shocked at what they saw and commented that they will have to do better at protecting their skin from the dangerous rays of the sun. 

CCMAC Thanks the Southampton Youth Board, Event Coordinator Katherine Budas & Drew Martin of Hampton Bays High School for inviting us and their commitment to preventing Skin Cancer / Melanoma.  


Brooklyn Market

Brooklyn Market, with stores in Brooklyn and Manhattan invited CCMAC to participate in their Grand Opening of their Dobbs Ferry store on April 14th 2018. Customers old and new took literature regarding the prevention of Skin Cancer / Melanoma, and many children as well as adults spun the Be Sun Smart wheel for prizes. CCMAC greatly appreciates members of our business community who are not only committed to providing quality foods and services to their customers but are also committed to the health and well being of their customers and the communities in which they operate. 

We thank the owners, management and staff of “Brooklyn Market” for hosting us and helping spread CCMAC’s Be Sun Smart message. 

Be Sun Smart!  All Year Long!

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