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THE CANCER SOCIETY
OF THE BAHAMAS


is a non-profit organization established to serve the public through educational programs aimed at bringing awareness to early detection, prevention and treatment of cancer while providing temporary accommodations, as well as social and emotional needs for cancer patients in a peaceful, secure and supportive environment. Our headquarters is located in East Terrace, Centreville (2 Doors South of ZNS) with thirteen (13) Branches throughout the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

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Cancer Society Bahamas
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

Here are some of the major ways your donations made through the Cancer Society will help:
Cancer Caring Center
Cancer Caring Centre
A free "home away from home" for Cancer Patients from the Family Islands that are undergoing cancer treatment in Nassau. READ MORE
Cancer Testing
Cancer Testing
National Pap Smear and Breast Screening for women and Prostate Screening Campaigns for men. READ MORE
Expansion Project
Expansion Project
3 Million Dollar Cancer Caring Centre Expansion Project will become a reality READ MORE
Support Groups
Support Groups
Building communities that provide invaluable emotional and moral support for patients READ MORE
Education
Education
Extensive cancer educational activities, healthy lifestyle, promotions and media saturation READ MORE
Freedom Kids
Freedom Kids
Organizing & Financing Annual trips for children to attend Camp Good Days in New York READ MORE
Join us and volunteer today!
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We need your help to change lives for the better.
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SPECIAL THANKS

Over the years RIDE & RUN FOR HOPE BAHAMAS has given the Cancer Society more than $2 million dollars and created the Family Island Mammogram Screening (FIMS) program, and the Treatment Assistance Fund which are administered by the Society to help impact the lives of so many that have been affected by cancer in some way.