There are many ways you can help us make a difference and connect more people impacted by breast cancer to trusted information and a community of support. Learn about the different ways to get involved, and then tell us about your interests when you sign up.
Join Our SHARE Team Help spread the word about Living Beyond Breast Cancer and our national programs, publications, resources and services. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and tell your friends, family and colleagues about us using your social media, email, blog or other online tools.
Share Your Story We believe there is power in telling your story and sharing your experience. It’s not only good for you, but it also helps others who may be facing a new experience or feeling alone. Blog with us and share your story.
Distribute Our MaterialsShare our Guides to Understanding Breast Cancer and other materials in doctors' offices, hospitals, cancer centers, cancer organizations, women's organizations, community centers, churches and places of worship, and other organizations in your community.
Volunteer at Our Events There are many opportunities to volunteer at Living Beyond Breast Cancer events during the year. We host two national conferences each year as well as a gala, Reach and Raise and other fundraising events. Bring a friend and help us with these important events. We have opportunities across the country.
Become a Trained Outreach Volunteer We offer these programs to help you use your personal breast cancer experience to make a difference in your community. These programs provide hands-on training and are led by breast cancer experts and Living Beyond Breast Cancer staff.
This national training program is for women and men living with metastatic breast cancer. It is designed to eliminate the isolation and misunderstanding that often surrounds a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis. This training is held in conjunction with our Annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference. Learn more about Hear My Voice.
This national training program is for women diagnosed with breast cancer before age 45, who have limited incomes and were diagnosed within the last 3 years or are living with metastatic breast cancer. We hold two Young Advocate trainings a year in conjunction with one of our events or conferences. After the training, Young Advocates are tasked with completing at least two advocacy-related activities within 6 months of the training. Learn more about the Young Advocate Program.
This national training program is for those who are affected by breast cancer and passionate about connecting their communities to LBBC resources. The next training will be held in 2018. After training, Community Connectors complete at least three activities per year for a two year commitment period.
Provide Peer Support – Volunteer for our Breast Cancer HelplineAre you interested in giving back by offering peer support to others impacted by breast cancer? Then you might consider volunteering for our Breast Cancer Helpline. Our Helpline is available by phone. All volunteers receive extensive training and must be at least one year beyond active treatment or living with metastatic breast cancer. Learn more about the Breast Cancer Helpline.
Host a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) FundraiserUse your talent and passion to raise funds and awareness for Living Beyond Breast Cancer. A DIY event is a fundraising event organized and hosted by you in your community to benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Examples of DIY Events include car washes, softball tournaments, happy hours, dinner parties, pop-up yoga events and more! We have tools available to help you to manage your event and accept online donations. Learn more about hosting a DIY Fundraiser.
Help Us in Our Office We often need volunteers to work on projects throughout the year. Past office projects have included data entry, merchandise inventory, web research, publication mailings and more. We are located in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, just outside Philadelphia, have free onsite parking and are accessible by select SEPTA bus routes.
If you have questions about volunteering, contact Megan Roberts, volunteer coordinator, at (610) 645-4570 or via email at email@example.com.