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Cancer Services Network

What: Cancer Services Network provides help and hope to cancer patients and their families through financial, emotional, spiritual and social support from diagnosis through cancer treatment.  Each year we host fundraisers to benefit our programs and services, and local groups and organizations hold fundraisers to benefit Cancer Services Network as well.  Contact us if you are interested in hosting an event, volunteering during our events, or would like to donate goods or services for an event.  Participants and volunteers are needed for the following upcoming events:

  • 10th Anniversary Fashions for the Cure Style Show and Silent Auction: Volunteers will be needed to help with set up/tear down the day before, the day of, and during the event at the Abilene Civic Center. Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 6:30 p.m.
  • 6th Annual Run Together - 5K/Walk/Waddle to honor those who have survived cancer, in memory of someone who fought the courageous fight, and to encourage physical activity for friends of Cancer Services Network. This event takes place downtown beginning and ending at Frontier, Texas. Saturday, October 5, 2013 at 8 a.m.

Location: 100 Chestnut, Suite 100, Abilene, TX 79602
Contact: Nancy Tyler; 325-672-0040; nancy@cancerservicesnetwork.org
Date Added: 9/13

 


 

Hendrick Hospice Care

What: Hendrick Hospice Care is a not for profit providing supportive care to individuals and their families dealing with an end of life care issue wherever they call home. Hendrick Hospice Care serves a 65 mile radius of Abilene. We are always looking for volunteers to help support our patients, families, and our team.
Date: Ongoing
Time: Flexible
Location: 1682 Hickory St., Abilene, TX 79601
Contact: Leslie Weber; 325-670-6960; lweber@ehendrick.org
Date Added: 9/13

 


 

Pregnancy Resources of Abilene

What: Typically volunteer roles are to help at the front desk and on the phone, pregnancy test counseling, spiritual counseling, sexual integrity education with male and female clients, silent witnessing for ultrasounds and STD tests, and teaching classes (which may include parenting, healthy relationships, infant care, fathering, pregnancy, and childbirth).
Date: ASAP
Time: 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m., 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Location: 2110 North Willis, Abilene, TX
Contact: Mary Bone; 325-672-6415; mary@prabilene.com
Date Added: 11/12

 


 

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Please Note: Due to the volume and breadth of opportunities we post, Ministry & Service cannot screen off-campus host sites, their work environment, or the content of the activities offered. Therefore, before volunteering off-campus, it is essential for each student to (1) evaluate whether his or her goals can be achieved through the experience; (2) assess his or her mental, physical, and academic readiness for the opportunity; (3) research the safety of the environment and activity; and (4) assume all risk involved with the opportunity.