The American Cancer Society can’t do what it does without the help of volunteers and donors. Become a volunteer, make a tax-deductible donation, or participate in a fundraising event to help save lives.
ACS fundraising events are inspiring and uplifting ways to save lives wherever you are. From black-tie galas to full-length marathons, there are events that will suit your interests as you work to free the world from cancer.
Donation options include Honor and Memorial Giving, Planned Giving, Monthly Giving, Leadership Giving and more.
As an American Cancer Society volunteer you can honor a survivor or a loved one lost to cancer, help save lives of people in your local community, and around the world. It only takes a little time to do a lot of good. Discover how rewarding it is to be a volunteer.
The Natchitoches community is a strong supporter of the ACS, Relay for Life and so much more. Individuals, non-profit organizations and area businesses make monetary and volunteer donations annually for a good cause.
Natchitoches native and ACS Relay for Life Senior Community Manager Danielle Antoon Cobb presented a certificate to the American Cancer Society’s 2017 TOP FUNDRAISING team on May 26 for the Relay For Life of Natchitoches Parish. Natchitoches Regional Medical Center has raised $13,819 for the American Cancer Society!
“I am beyond thankful for Jean Landry Rachal and her team for all of their hard work since September. We appreciate you so much,” said Cobb.
Les Amies is also a sponsor for the American Cancer Society. Everyone’s donations through the Ann Williams Butterly Release helps make this happen. Pictured from left are Amber Howell, Danielle Antoon Cobb and Angela Scott Bolton.
Cross Fit Get It Done and House of Deville Photography donated $1,570 to the Relay For Life of Natchitoches Parish in May.
Alliance Compressors presented a check in April to the Relay For Life of Natchitoches Parish for $7,500.
The Lakeview High School Lady Gators Basketball team presented Cobb with a donation from their Pink Out basketball game in March.
“We love seeing young adults learning the importance of giving back,” said Cobb.