Learn About Our Leadership Volunteer Programs

Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s Leadership Volunteers raise awareness of the organization nationally by furthering our mission to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. They act as ambassadors in their community and provide awareness of our programs, participate in fundraising efforts and extend our reach across the country. 

Community Connector Volunteer Are you passionate about using your breast cancer experience to positively impact others who are diagnosed? Would you like to use your personal experiences to connect people in your community with Living Beyond Breast Cancer and our resources? Community Connectors are the link between your local communities and our national office. If you are a self-starter looking to make a difference in the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer in your community, becoming a Community Connector might be for you. Learn more.

Hear My Voice Outreach VolunteerLiving Beyond Breast Cancer’s Hear My Voice: Outreach Volunteer Program provides the tools and training to help people living with metastatic breast cancer make a difference in their physical and digital communities. If you want to discover who you are as an advocate, learn how to educate others about metastatic breast cancer and connect those living with the disease to resources and a sense of community, this program is for you. Learn more.

Helpline VolunteerOur Helpline Volunteers provide peer emotional support to those affected by breast cancer. Volunteers are matched with callers based on similar experiences. All volunteers receive extensive training and must be at least one year beyond active treatment or living with metastatic breast cancer to participate. We are not training volunteers at this time. To learn more about the Breast Cancer Helpline, visit lbbc.org/helpline

Young Advocate VolunteerLiving Beyond Breast Cancer’s Young Advocate Program provides the tools and training to help young women use their personal breast cancer experience to make a difference in their communities by raising awareness, further their understanding of the disease and advocate for others. This 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. Learn more.