The American Cancer Society is at work in communities all across the country providing programs aimed at reducing the risk of cancer, detecting cancer as early as possible, ensuring proper treatment, and empowering people facing cancer to cope and maintain the highest possible quality of life.
Volunteering makes you feel good and it should. When you work with the American Cancer Society, you're helping to reduce the impact of cancer through your volunteer involvement.
As an American Cancer Society volunteer, you are the organization's very heart and soul. You offer help and hope to others. Together, we can save more lives and help more people in the fight against cancer.
Regardless of the job for which you volunteer, you'll be part of something meaningful, something larger than yourself - a community of people dedicated to preventing cancer and diminishing the suffering it causes. The American Cancer Society is a community-based volunteer organization, so no matter where you are or how you'd like to help, we have a place for you.
The McCracken County chapter of the American Cancer Society need volunteers immediately to work as a wig stylist (wash, brush, and style wigs), help out in the office as a receptionist, help organize and pack bras, crotchet hats and create turbans, or just make phone calls to help out the staff.
Anyone is welcome to volunteer, especially those who have already been linked to the American Cancer Society, whether you have battled cancer yourself or helped a family member or friend when they were diagnosed with cancer.