Surely you have noticed
it before. The American Cancer Society's logo is very familiar to
pretty much everybody in the US.
And not without good
reason: this organization has committed itself to educate, assist, and
support those who are affected by cancer.
Having a community of
knowledgeable people behind you is essential in the course of any
illness. And cancer has become more treatable over time, so
encouragement is a good portion of the overall support.
The spotlight here
however, belongs to those who volunteer their time in helping this
organization remain a rock for people in need of support.
They are tireless in
giving their time to a good and most needed cause. Without these
volunteers, the organization could not be the same.
Visit the American
Cancer Society's website:
Posted on 1/30/2017
Submitted by: Margaret Smith
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