Who YOU are as a Cancer Caregiver

Cancer Caregivers "First Responders" at HOME


Who YOU are as a Cancer Caregiver

Cancer Caregivers
"First Responders" at HOME

Cancer Caregivers of America

Our Mission is to educate, build skills, provide resources, and support that will improve quality of life, treatment, and healthcare outcomes for the cancer patient, caregiver, and family.

Online Cancer Caregivers Education Platform

An education platform designed by

Cancer Caregivers and Patients

         The Online Cancer Caregivers Education Platform includes:

  • Training and Education modules that are engaging and interactive that will increase your caregiving knowledge and skills.
  • A comprehensive Resource Library dedicated to cancer care resources.
  • Cancer Care Community, a national network of cancer caregivers and patients with similar journeys where you will find  information, thoughts and ideas, questions, discussions, and positive support.

"A Journey Not Traveled Alone"

Join now to take advantage of the many benefits the program offers for the cancer patient, caregiver, and family.



Our Goal $25k

$14,000 Raised

33 Donors

The State of Arizona Declares
“The 4th Annual
Cancer Caregivers
Awareness Week”
November 11 - 18, 2022

Thank you to the Governor for recognizing the importance of Cancer Caregivers who are also ‘First Responders at Home’.

Virtual Honor Wall

Cancer Caregiver Az’s Honor Wall was developed as a way for family and friends to honor and remember their loved ones who have been touched by cancer.

Donate $150 in honor of a loved one or just ‘donate’ even if you do not wish to write a tribute. $25, $50, $100, or any amount.

Spring 2023 Book Release
“Living with Cancer, a
CareGivers Journey©”

My writing journey is well underway! Watch for my new book, Living with Cancer, a CareGivers Journey© to be available in the spring of 2023. The goal of this project is to provide insights and resources that will lead the reader to be a more educated cancer patient and a more effective cancer caregiver.

It has been a 30-year journey that has taken us to 5 countries and 3 U.S. states. Over the years, my husband and I have had to find oncologists wherever we lived.

Your Story is Important

We invite cancer caregivers/families to send us your story of how you have coped with your loved one’s cancer diagnosis and treatment. And, please offer your own ‘advice’ and suggestions for what others can do to help.

All of your stories are important to us, and may be selected for future newsletters, the  Book, and/or on our website. We will not include your name unless we have your written permission.

Maximum words: 300

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