American Cancer Society

Use Your Powers For Good

The American Cancer Societyis a united force against all cancers. We fight for every life threatened by every cancer in every community. We’re on a mission to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

From research to education, prevention to diagnosis, and treatment to recovery, we provide support to everyone impacted by cancer. But we can’t do it along. Here are some ways you can help us reach our vision of a world free from the pain and suffering of cancer.

Community Events- Join the Fun!

Relay For Life® leadership volunteers plan and organize events in the local community. In additional to volunteering the day of the event, volunteers can also stat or join a team, organize the Survivors or Caregivers Lap, and fundraise to help support cancer research, programs and services for patients and their families, and prevention and early detection programs.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® volunteers lead and participate in walks that raise money and awareness for breast cancer research and programs. Volunteers can start or join a team, walk as an individual, or volunteer to help plan the event. You can also volunteer to help on the day of the event within check-in, water stations, information and more.

Pan Ohio Hope Ride will take cyclists from Cincinnati to Cleveland in a four-day tour through Ohio’s scenic countryside from July 27 – 30, 2017. Join us for the full four-day ride, two-day ride or just one day of the tour. Whether you’re a casual rider or an avid cyclist, there’s a ride for you: Cincinnati to Springfield, Springfield to Columbus, Columbus to Wooster, and Wooster to Cleveland.

C2C Run is a relatively new event that brings the love of running, volunteering and helping people in need to whole new level! The C2C Run is a two day, 131 miles, relay-style run from Columbus to Cincinnati. Form a team of eight or volunteer with during this year’s event taking place on August 25-26, 2017. No matter how you get involved, you’re going the distance to end cancer.