We have witnessed the results of a number of great LIVESTRONG interactions with members of Congress further underscoring the importance of sharing your story with your elected official.
U.S. House and Senate are in recess and many members will be in their home state for a summer work period. This is a great time to contact your officials to share your story,
“My mother may not have been there physically for our wedding, but she was represented in every yellow flower, yellow table linen and yellow band our guests put on and wore throughout the night.”
LIVESTRONG has never been about going through the motions; instead, LIVESTRONG focuses on maximizing each opportunity.
I became a Leader because, with LIVESTRONG behind me, I have a huge amount of knowledge and experience to call upon. The very name represents the attitude I want to present to those patients I work with and advocate for.
LIVESTRONG Leaders are individuals that make a yearly significant commitment to those in their community …
To me LIVESTRONG is inspiring cancer survivors and their families to live every day as fully as possible.
I lost my grandfather when i was ten. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I knew that he died from cancer. So I am fighting stigma my own way.
We invite you to join our band of heroes. Learn how to volunteer with the LIVESTRONG Cancer Transportation Program today.
Manami Hirose, talks about why she is involved with LIVESTRONG and what she is doing in his community to help spread the LIVESTRONG Foundation message.