Heroes of Hope

Our Heroes of Hope Tours show firsthand how we support and empower thousands of individual affected by cancer in Tarrant, Parker and Hood counties by highlighting our purpose and mission through staff and client stories.

I am a cancer survivor, my husband is a cancer survivor, and two of my three daughters have been diagnosed with cancer. So with me - this job is personal.

Melanie Wilson, CEO

  • Tours
  • Luncheon

The Heroes of Hope tour shows firsthand how we support and empower thousands of individuals affected by cancer in Tarrant, Parker and Hood counties by supporting cancer patients, caring for caregivers and empowering survivors.
Tours begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. unless noted otherwise. Please allow for enough time to check-in and mingle with other guests. Reserve your space by clicking the button below the dates.

2018 Tour Schedule

May 3, 2018     May 15, 2018     May 24, 2018    June 5, 2018

 June 14, 2018     June 21, 2018   July 12, 2018     July 19, 2018

 July 24, 2018     August 7, 2018    September 11, 2018     September 18, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

 September 27, 2018     October 4, 2018    November 1, 2018

 November 15, 2018    December 4, 2018     December 13, 2018


For more information or questions regarding tours, please contact: Rhea Jackson | 817-921-0653 | rhea@cancercareservices.org

If you are interested in utilizing any services Cancer Care Services provides, please call 817.921.0653 and request to speak with a social worker.

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HOH Luncheon 2018: October 25, 2018


See what our staff and community has to say about us!

“I came to Cancer Care Services two years ago looking to lead a life of purpose in the service of others. I remember the first day I walked through these doors, and a calm came over me — I knew I was in the right place.”
James Earl, Program Director

“My client taught me the importance of our work here at Cancer Care Services. Not only did our financial services help him through his diagnosis, but we became the new family that walked the journey with him.”
Tracy Willingham, Senior Program Director

“I began volunteering a few months after my father passed from cancer and now I am here working at Cancer Care Services. I remember my father and our journey and I often see myself in many of our clients. I make it a point to ask the caregivers how they are doing and I let them know I understand.”
Amanda Walker, Caregiver