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2018 Grow Happy Fundraiser

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Honoring Someone Near and Dear

“Casual for a Cause” day helps local business celebrate co-worker and cancer survivor On February 2, 2017, Kellie Lindblom was at work when she learned she had colon cancer. One …

Hear from the patients at the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center

on what made their care personal and outstanding. Learn more about the Community Cancer Center, which surrounds the patient with exceptional care.

A Gift of Thanks – Grateful Patient donors use the power of “Thank You” to save lives

Fighting cancer isn’t easy. But it helps when you have someone to make your journey easier. Lisa Parsons of Cedar Rapids, who’s battling lung cancer, found a whole team at …

GROW HAPPY, a celebration of life, music and the arts! Oct. 5 from 5 – 7 p.m

Every cancer patient deserves to grow happiness in their lives. You can help when you join the Community Cancer Center and Culver’s Garden Center & Greenhouse for our Grow Happy …

I Know Jack Foundation

The I Know Jack Foundation supports the Community Cancer Center by providing I Know Jack Packs–backpacks filled with support and comfort items to helps patients on their cancer journey. The …

Shop with a purpose

One Mission helps the Community Cancer Center support patients in need Want to help fight cancer but don’t know where to start? Kimberly Ivester, director of the Community Cancer Center, …

The Healing Power of Art

Hospital artwork isn’t just for decoration any more. Research indicates art can actually help reduce pain, shorten hospital stays and improve the patient experience. People respond especially well to nature …

The healing power of art

Photo Art Gallery Project helps patients in multiple ways
“Cancer runs in my family,” says Brian Scott. “It’s all over the place.”

A legacy of helping OTHERS

Jane Borg Cook was a successful business executive, civic leader and loving wife, mother and friend. “My wife was an amazing person,” says Rob Cook. “She still is.” When Jane died in August 2008 after a long battle with breast cancer, her family looked for an appropriate way to honor her memory. Rob Cook says he and his children were determined to carry on what Jane would have done.