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Volunteer drivers urgently needed in Penobscot County to provide rides to cancer patients

The American Cancer Society’s Road To Recovery program offers flexible scheduling and a chance to give back while helping cancer patients access lifesaving treatment. Right now, there is an urgent ... read more

Volunteer Drivers Needed to Transport Patients to Treatment

To ensure patients get to the critical care they need without additional stress, the American Cancer Society Road To Recovery® program can help provide free transportation to and from treatment ... ... read more

Kindness in Real Life: Driving cancer patients and saving lives

Margaret “Peggy” Swickard of Niantic has been getting cancer patients throughout ... is in need of more volunteer drivers to support the Road To Recovery program, which provides cancer patients with ... read more

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Volunteers needed to drive cancer patients to and from appointments

She has 60 drivers throughout the state, but would like to see as many as 100. Since Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary's Medical Center both have cancer treatment facilities, there are a number ... read more


Road to Recovery volunteer drivers provide key service to area cancer patients

He learned that volunteers ... need for more Road to Recovery drivers in our area," according to Kelly Perez, ACS mission program manager. "Getting to and from medical treatments is one of the ... read more

American Cancer Society seeking volunteer drivers

The American Cancer Society announced it is in need of more volunteer drivers to support the Road To Recovery program, which provides cancer patients with free rides to treatment. In some communities, ... read more

Giving cancer patients hope is as valuable as giving them medicine

To recover from cancer, having the best doctors, treatment ... to cancer patients in need of transportation to the hospital and back. That comes out to 150 trips each day. ICSN uses a network of ... read more

American Cancer Society program needs volunteers to drive patients to medical appointments

During the past ... He said he volunteers because he understands the challenges cancer patients face while undergoing treatment. “I knew that there were people out there that needed help with ... read more

Road to recovery: $15,000 donation helps CNY cancer patients with travel costs

But because of shortages in volunteer drivers, some recipients have been unable to receive the quality care they need in their fight against cancer. "When we heard that there were patients in our ... read more

American Cancer Society Honors Volunteers and Seeking Supporters

During National ... To Recovery volunteers drive cancer patients to treatment, approximately 40 percent of transportation requests are unmet. "Volunteer drivers are desperately needed across ... read more

Volunteer Drivers Needed to Transport Cancer Patients to Treatment

LEWISBURG — Getting to and from medical treatments is one of the greatest concerns people with cancer face during treatment ... looking for volunteer drivers in Union County so that all patients have ... read more

Road to Recovery volunteer drivers provide key service to area cancer patients

Costilow saw a poster in the library calling for volunteers ... drivers in our area," according to Kelly Perez, ACS mission program manager. "Getting to and from appointments is one of the greatest ... read more



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