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Giving back has never felt better
Who better to help a cancer patient through their journey than someone who’s walked in their shoes? Volunteering is a great way to celebrate your survivorship and help others through their cancer experience.
Every day at the Providence Cancer Center, volunteers help us go “above and beyond” in our attention to the individual needs of cancer patients.  Thanks to their thoughtful presence, we’re able to offer an even more personalized approach.
Volunteers might work in the BP Cancer Resource Center, help drive patients to their medical care as part of the Road to Recovery program, or strengthen a patient’s self-image through the “Look Good…Feel Better” class.  The opportunities are diverse, and we look for ways to match them with your skills and interests.
In order to make sure the volunteer experience is rewarding and benefits our patients, we ask all volunteers to take part in formal training offered by Providence and the American Cancer Society.
Ready to volunteer?
Visit the Volunteer Services at Providence website or call the office at 907-212-3100.
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