Living Beyond Breast Cancer volunteers play an important role in helping us do what we do. We are grateful for and rely on the generosity of our volunteers, who donate their time, energy and talent to support our programs, staff our events, and offer support and education to people affected by breast cancer.
In the giving of self lies the unsought discovery of self. In other words, when we give, we find our true selves.
Whether you’re in treatment, living with a history of breast cancer, living with metastatic breast cancer, are a friend or loved one of someone impacted by breast cancer, or you’re just someone who cares, we welcome your help. We have many different volunteer opportunities available, from assisting in our office and distributing materials in your community, to serving as a peer support volunteer providing guidance and support on our Breast Cancer Helpline.
Benefits of VolunteeringWith busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. But there are many benefits to donating your time and talents. As Dr. Stephen Post said, "in the giving of self lies the unsought discovery of self. In other words, when we give, we find our true selves." The right volunteer project can help you meet new people and become part of a community, or learn new skills and improve your health while paying it forward to others who share similar experiences. In helping others, we often help ourselves.
Sign up to Volunteer Tell us more about yourself and your interests. We’ll follow up to learn more about what energizes you as a volunteer. For questions or more information, contact Megan Roberts, community engagement coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (855) 807-6386.