Despite the Covid-19 pandemic cancer hasn't stopped. So neither have we. Exterior of large tent at night under the moonlight Join our Reimagined Fight against cancer American Cancer Society of the Capital Region Aerial shot of gathering at Saratoga National Our mission is to save lives, celebrate lives & lead the fight for a world without cancer. With your help we are doing that right here in the Capital Region and beyond.

Platinum Distinguished Partners


Distinguished Partners


August 19, 20 & 21, 2021

Red, White & Blue Party!


November 13, 2021

Gala of Hope!

September 13, 2021

Coaches vs. Cancer Basket “Ball”!

Real Men Wear Pink gives men a leadership role in the fight against breast cancer. Community leaders around the nation use the power of pink to raise awareness and money for the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer initiatives.

Making Strides has always been more than just a walk, it’s a movement. Because of the pandemic, how we unite and fight back this fall may look different but our passion to end breast cancer is the same.

Relay For Life may look different this year, but now more than ever, cancer patients and researchers need your help to sustain the fight against cancer. Our lifesaving mission has been threatened by suspended events and a decrease in donations, so your support is urgently needed to continue research, patient programs and cancer screening.

American Cancer Society of the Capital Region

Last year, with your help, the American Cancer Society was able to accomplish the following for patients and families including those in the Capital Region & beyond!


Calls answered through our 24/7 help line


Members benefiting from emotional & education support at our Capital Region HopeClub


Rides given to and from cancer treatment


Nights of free or reduced lodging when traveling for treatment

This is a stressful time for everyone. We want to remind you that you are not alone. 

Emotional wellness plays a crucial role in our overall health so please take a moment to read how you can nurture it with the resources found at the link in our bio.

#mentalhealthawarenessmonth #cdphp
During this time of uncertainty, fear, and the need to distance ourselves from the people we love and the things we enjoy, you may be feeling lonely and isolated, and your community is here to help.

@cdphp has several resources you can take advantage of to ensure you keep your mental health at the top of your priority list. Learn more about them at the link in our bio!

The @americancancersociety is proud to work alongside partners like @@cdphp who are committed to supporting you in all aspects of your wellbeing.

 #mentalhealthawarenessmonth  #cdphp  #americancancersociety
Today and every day we give a special cheer for the amazing nurses that work tirelessly to support their patients. Thank you for all you give! #NationalNursesDay
We're ready for sunnier weather and thinking about how we will protect our skin this year. No matter the season, it’s always a good idea to protect your skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays. Here are some ways you can limit your UV exposure and lower your risk of skin cancer. Learn more about protecting your skin at the link in our bio! #SkinCancerAwarenessMonth #americancancersociety
API Heritage Month is for recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. Support a local API owned business to celebrate!

#API #AAPI #asianpacificislanderheritagemonth #asianamerican #pacificislanderamerican #apiheritagemonth
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month and #melanomamonday is on the first Monday of the month! Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, more skin cancers are diagnosed in the US each year than all other cancers combined. If you have melanoma or are close to someone who does, knowing what to expect can help you cope. 

Be sure to check back throughout the month as we share more tips on how to be safe in the sun!
“I do believe Michael Scott did it better, but here’s my version. For 6 weeks every Day, I was locked down in this mask and zapped for 10 minutes. I lay there with mouth guards in, only able to breathe through tiny holes, trying not to swallow while I meditate as Jimmy Buffett is playing through the headset. This treatment was morbid. It was hard, and it pushed me to a place I never thought I would see. I chose to keep going and I fought...I FOUGHT to make it all 6 weeks. I kept this mask as a reminder for how strong I am. How much I have overcome. I have a long ways to go, but I will always chose to keep going. 

Trust me guys, wearing a face mask to Target or Trader Joe’s is nothing to complain about, I say that with the most love” -Jamie
May 1 marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month. In partnership with @cdphp , we will be bringing you information of support we offer, signs to look out for, and the importance of why mental health should be talked about. 

Cancer does not just affect your body, it can also affect your mind and many people will experience significant changes to their emotional health. We encourage you to learn more at

#mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthsupport  #cdphp
Many patients, especially those with limited resources, must overcome numerous hurdles to access timely, high-quality cancer care. No one should be disadvantaged in their fight against cancer because of how much money they make, the color of their skin, their sexual orientation, their gender identity, their disability status, or where they live.

Thanks to partners like M&T Bank we will continue to fight for everyone to have the ability to benefit from the advances in research, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Continue to learn more at

#nationalminorityhealthmonth #healthequity #mtbank