Here to provide hope.
Cancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one emotional peer support to adult cancer patients and their loved ones. Our 400+ volunteers are at least one year post-treatment or successfully undergoing maintenance therapies. They offer support from diagnosis, through treatment and into recovery.
Who We Are
Cancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one peer support to adult cancer patients and their loved ones.
Our nearly 500 survivor and caregiver volunteers provide support from diagnosis, through treatment and into survivorship – including bereavement, when necessary.
Support Volunteers have faced more than 80 types of cancer—that’s over 98% of the cancers that will be diagnosed this year. They represent 36 states (plus Canada), range in age from 19 to 94, speak 15 languages, and are prepared to offer hope and guidance through a wide variety of challenges that accompany a cancer diagnosis.
All volunteer and client matches are overseen from beginning to end by a team of healthcare and social work professionals.
To instill hope in cancer patients and their loved ones through 1-1 peer support from survivors and caregivers who have faced a similar experience.
To create a world in which no one faces cancer alone.
We are committed to strive for excellence in everything we do and to provide the highest quality of service to everyone we serve – our clients, our associates, our volunteers, and our supporters.
We are committed to act with honesty and integrity in everything that we do and with everyone with whom we deal. We will keep our promises and communicate with candor.
We are committed to work as a team and in a spirit of partnership and collaboration with everyone who is part of the Cancer Hope Network mission.
We are committed to treat everyone with respect and dignity, valuing individual and cultural differences and to act in a caring, compassionate, and confidential manner with everyone we serve and everyone with whom we come in contact.