Our chapters are an extension of our organization. We’re inspired by the work they do every day to raise awareness and funds to support their local communities and our nationwide mission to knock out colon cancer. They work tirelessly to educate people about the importance of screening, provide support to the newly diagnosed and work with local media to spread awareness far and wide.
Learn more about our chapters and get involved
Voices of Central Arizona Chapter
(L-R seated) Andy Newell, Janelle Hill, Julie Glass, Kevin Bergersen and
(L-R standing) Jasmin Mejia, Kim Newcomer, Liz Dennis, Erin Dunsey.
*Not pictured: Dee Dee Patrick
Goal of Chapter
To reduce the impact of colorectal cancer in Arizona by empowering patients, survivors, providers, caregivers and advocates with support and information to increase prevention and early detection ultimately increasing screening rates.
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|Undy Run/Walk & Fundraising Chair:||Kim Newcomer|
|Event Coordinator:||Dee-Dee Patrick|
|Public Relations:||Erin Dunsey|
|Membership Chair & Latino Community Outreach:||Jasmin Mejia|
|Honorary Outreach/Support:||Dr. Elizabeth McConnell|
|Honorary Outreach/Support:||Dr. Ariel Forstner|
The Voices of Central Arizona Chapter lost a beloved member, Pam Weyant after a long struggle with colon cancer. She will forever be missed, but never forgotten. Read more about what Pam meant to her family and friends, the Chapter and the colon cancer world.
Our chapter is always looking for volunteers to help us in our mission to reduce the impact of colorectal cancer in Central Arizona. We need help with our local events and outreach in the general and medical community. Members and volunteers provide our chapter with not only the resources to staff events, but with opinions, experience and assistance with planning and executing goals for our chapter.
For more information, please contact Jasmin Mejia.
Voices of Rhode Island
The Voices of Rhode Island Chapter was formed in 2007 by Barbara and Joe Joyce. The couple was driven by a vision to increase colon cancer awareness and put this disease on the map in their state. Since the chapter’s start, they’ve continued to grow and have left a lifesaving footprint in their community.
The goal of this Chapter is best expressed in their mission statement: To promote education and to offer support through community outreach, monthly meetings and individual conversations.
All across the community this Chapter is telling people that colon cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable by attending health fairs of various organizations, setting up informational booths at various community events and meeting monthly to remain up-to-date with all activities and information.