Voices of Hope
Who Are Voices of Hope?
Voices of Hope are empowered cancer survivors and caregivers who share their personal stories of their cancer journey while inspiring others to support the mission of the American Cancer Society. Serving as highly visible models of personal victory over the disease, Voices of Hope offer inspiration to cancer survivors, caregivers, family, and friends, while encouraging involvement with the American Cancer Society.
Voices of Hope are selected and trained based on their commitment to the mission of the Society and their willingness to share their cancer journey. These extraordinary volunteers inspire hope in the fight against cancer, empower others through hands-on engagement with ACS events and communities, and move others to take action and help attack cancer from every angle.
Request a Voice of Hope
Click the button below and you will be directed to the request form. Note that we are continuing to build our program into new parts of the country! We make every effort to connect requests with a nearby Voice of Hope. If you are interested in a virtual speaker, we will still do our best to select someone who is local to your event.
Meet some of Our Voices
Click on the links below to learn more about some of our Voices of Hope!
Not sure where to start? Here are a few of our Voices to get you started:
In 1997 my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. I thought that was my first experience with cancer; however, I found out that in 1978 I had lost my maternal
46 Days… That’s the length of time between when I said “I Do” and I heard “you have cancer”. In July 2005, I was married on a perfect day in
My name is Gary Cahill. In February 2007 I was diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. The cancer spread from my abdominal lymph nodes to my stomach, intestines, liver, spleen,