Phoenix Cancer Support Network Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020

This is your chance to do something incredibly special for a cancer patient as they undergo treatment with our Giving Tuesday treatment package. Each package contains a soft, cuddly blanket, a water bottle, lip balm, pen; all in a PCSN tote bag. Give in honor of someone or include a personalized note for a cancer…

Phoenix Cancer Support Network 4th Annual Friendraiser

Thank you for participating in the 4th Annual Friendraiser & Gala! Going virtual was an interesting experience and we appreciate you sticking with us. Your support helped us raise over $55,000. Your generosity and committment to aiding those struggling with cancer amazes us every day.

Highlights: We encourage you to post and share photos of the night on your social media accounts, and use the hashtag #PCSNGALA, in addition to tagging @pcsnetwork on Instagram so we can interact with your posts!

To take a look at what some very courageous folks have to say about PCSN. Check out the credits to see what great organizations helped make the evening possible.

Thank you again for supporting PCSN along our journey.

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