Talk with someone who’s been there.

Cancer is isolating and frightening. But, it doesn’t have to be. Talking with someone who’s been there can make a cancer diagnosis, going through treatment, supporting a loved one, or adjusting to life post-treatment just a bit easier. Cancer Hope Network offers hope to cancer patients and their loved ones through one-on-one peer support from survivors and caregivers who have faced a similar experience. We provide personalized, supportive connections based on diagnosis and treatment, as well as your social, emotional, cultural, and spiritual needs. Our program is an important part of a whole-person, patient-centered approach to cancer care and is a pathway to hope that is available at any point in a cancer journey.

Get Matched

Navigating a cancer journey is hard. Connecting with someone who understands is easy. Cancer Hope Network connects cancer patients and their loved ones with trained Peer Mentors who care because they’ve been there and have undergone a similar cancer journey. Our Peer Mentors are a listening ear who can provide empathetic support and give you the freedom to show up exactly how you are in each moment, moving at the pace that works for you.

To connect with a Peer Mentor who understands, simply click on the ‘Get Matched’ button below to request a free, confidential match.


If you are a cancer survivor or caregiver who is looking to give back by joining our team as a volunteer Peer Mentor, please click on the link below and a member of our Programs Team will contact you. All Cancer Hope Network Peer Mentor volunteers receive initial and ongoing training, support from our professional staff, and plenty of opportunities to connect with other survivor and caregiver Peer Mentors from all over the country. Join us today!


Each calendar year, all PSEG employees are eligible for up to eight (8) hours of time to volunteer for company sponsored events. Employee Volunteer Time Release is ultimately subject to manager’s discretion, taking into account business conditions, employee performance, etc. This time is to be used during regular working hours not personal. Employee Volunteer Time Release must be coded in SAP appropriately.


Your gift creates hope. With your help and generosity, we are ensuring that patients and caregivers facing any kind of cancer are connected to a volunteer. 
PSEG will match employee contributions dollar for dollar, up to $7,500 and pensioner donations of up to $6,000 to 501(c) (3) non-profit organizations within our Giving Guidelines. Go to the Power of Giving website to learn more.