American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society is listed in the Fund Raising Counselors & Organizations category in Macon, Georgia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Cancer Society which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Cancer Society on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for American Cancer Society is:
804 Cherry St
Macon, GA 31201
(478) 743-6392
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Social Posts for American Cancer Society

Vote to support our global ambassador @NormaniKordei on #DWTS tonight at 8|7c on @ABCNetwork❤️ 1-800-868-34…

We💜our partner, @Delta. Thanks to the awesome crew, passengers and @KennyG for making this fundraising magic happe…

RT @AmerCancerCEO: Everything we’re able to achieve we owe to our volunteers. We at @AmericanCancer thank you

Our volunteers are our greatest resource! ❤…

Our volunteers are our greatest resource!❤️#NationalVolunteerW…

Two words that express our gratitude for all of our amazing volunteers: Thank You!

American Cancer Society updated their cover photo.
Thanks to all our dedicated volunteers for helping us lead the fight against cancer.

Cancer is often unpredictable, but there are things everyone can do to help reduce their cancer risk. Here are six steps you can take today to help lower your cancer risk tomorrow:

The Survivor Lap at Relay For Life events can be an emotional experience. But you don't have to walk it alone. Join American Cancer Society Relay For Life and the thousands of caring individuals who will walk with you to honor and celebrate life. Sign up today:

In honor of Head, Neck, and Oral Cancer Awareness Month, we’re spotlighting the inspiring story of Lauren Legleiter. Two years ago, Lauren’s world was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with tongue cancer. After Lauren had surgery, all signs of cancer were gone. Then, she got the heart sinking news that it had come back, this time, bigger and more aggressive. But her courageous spirit never faltered. Lauren beat cancer a second time. In her blog, “Fall Down 2 Times, Stand Up 3,” Lauren chronicles her harrowing journey as a way to inspire those coping with cancer to keep standing back up. Read more about Lauren’s story here: