The American Cancer Society was originally founded in 1913 by physicians and businessmen in New York City. Since then, the organization has provided research grants to 47 Nobel Laureate researchers and now serves one million callers every year through its National Cancer Information Center.

Our Transition2Work Partnership

Since 2010, ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work program has placed over 100 volunteers at American Cancer Society locations! Volunteers help the fight to end cancer by answering the phone, mailing out information about The American Cancer Society and other basic office duties.

The American Cancer Society has played a major role over the years in educating the public about cancer and working towards finding a cure. Our volunteers have been able to donate hundreds of hours. We are proud to support The American Cancer Society, helping to make a difference in such a meaningful cause.

Learn More About The American Cancer Society

Interested in volunteering at your local American Cancer Society? Visit their website to find out how you can get involved!