Cancer is scary. Cancer in a health crisis is scarier. Cancer is an isolating disease under normal circumstances. In 2020, amidst the current pandemic, it is even more difficult for those impacted by cancer to get the support and help they need.
Now more than ever, everyone needs a spark of hope:hope after the darkness of a cancer diagnosis; hope after the darkness of treatment; hope after the darkness of dealing with the impact of cancer during a pandemic. Cancer Support Community has offered hope since 1993; today our team continues supporting people impacted by cancer through virtual programs and personal outreach. Every day at Cancer Support Community, we offer consistent access to programming to address the needs of the entire individual, and their families, for those impacted by cancer in these uncertain times.
WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW to keep our virtual and physical doors open and to continue offering critically important psychosocial programs to people eager to find support, education, social connections and HOPE.