HealthLinks Charleston Magazine Features CanCare
“Connecting Cancer Survivors Through Cancare” is the title of HealthLinks magazine’s Sept/Oct ’21 article on CanCare Charleston. Read the article and download a PDF.
CanCare Donors Jerry and Susan Brown
We thank and praise Jerry and Susan Brown for their generosity and on-going support of CanCare Charleston. Their seed money has helped our organization become stable and to grow.
CanCare Client Crochets Blankets to Donate
What amazing generosity! One of our local CanCare clients has crocheted all these blankets during her cancer treatment and plans to gift them to patients.
CanCare Charleston’s Second Volunteer Training Class
Our volunteers have lived through cancer. This is a photo of our second CanCare class (#87). In this class we had 13 volunteers who survived an array of cancers.
Our First Volunteer Training Class
Our Volunteers have Been on the same Cancer Journey as you and your loved one Do you know the types of cancers our volunteers have experienced? At our first training class, we had 12 volunteers attend who had survived the following cancers: stage 3 ER+ breast stage 2 HER2+ breast stage 3 colon stage 3 […]
Local Counselor Offers Complimentary Session to Cancer Patients, Caregivers or CanCare volunteers
Jeannine Harrell, MA is offering a complimentary session to cancer patients, caregivers or CanCare Charleston volunteers. Professional counseling may assist you in managing your feelings, and life during your treatment.
Celebrate CanCare’s newest volunteers to complete training
Join us in celebrating the November 2019 volunteers who completed their training at a weekend session, Saturday, November 15 and Sunday, November 16. Held at St. Andrews Anglican Church in Mount Pleasant, this was the third of these volunteer training sessions held by CanCare Charleston.
Tri-County Cancer Survivors Organization Hosts National Cancer Survivors Day Event
On the afternoon of Sunday, June 2, Lynn Joye, Louise Harvell and Jean Anglin attended the National Cancer Survivors Day event which is hosted each year by the Tri-County Cancer Survivors Organization. The event honors survivors and their caregivers.