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ACS Global Initiatives

Cancer knows no geographical boundaries; therefore, the American Cancer Society is dedicated to reducing the global burden of cancer. Through cancer prevention, treatment, patient support, and capacity development efforts, ACS works tirelessly to fight cancer at every angle.

Listen to the National Campus & Youth Engagement Team Global Capacity Co-Leads discuss about their current work within ACS and how you can get involved! 

To learn more about the American Cancer Society’s global efforts, visit


Global Relay For Life

Relay For Life became a global movement in 1995, and has since spread to 29 partnering countries outside of the United States on 6 continents. The American Cancer Society works tirelessly with our partners to ensure success throughout their fundraising initiatives while also increasing the much needed visibility of the fight against cancer across the world.

484,000+ participants

28,000+ teams

$51 million raised

43,000+ survivors

Global Relay For Life offers students and young adults unique opportunities to stay involved in the fight against cancer while traveling or studying abroad across the world! Students can seek out these opportunities as our global partners continue to grow and expand into the youth and campus market!

If interested in getting involved globally, you can email Murphy Fryer (the NCYET Global Capacity Co-Leads) at [email protected]!

Are you a global partner interested in expanding your youth engagement?

Our global youth team composed of volunteers and staff from the American Cancer Society and the Canadian Cancer Society have been working with partners across the world in creating or expanding their youth market. Click on the link below to look at resources available to you on how to create this youth initiative!

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