Lend a helping hand

Feel free to give us a call or fill out an online Volunteer Application by clicking the button below. Thank you for your desire to provide HELP and HOPE to those impacted by cancer in our community!


We have a big mission ahead of us and can use all hands on deck. Give the gift of inspiration for just a bit of time.

Connect Events & Activities

Our Connect Program provides events and activities for our clients and their families. From Connect Nights, to Camps, and many seasonal activities in between. We are always in need of volunteers to help us facilitate these memorable activities!


The Texas Oncology Fort Worth Cancer Center needs volunteers in the 3rd-floor infusion clinic. Volunteers will pass out blankets, water, and snacks, and provide companionship.

Supporting & Outreach Events

Represent Cancer Care Services at supporting events such as runs, festivals, golf tournaments, and other local fundraisers. We also need volunteer support at our outreach events, such as cancer screenings and health fairs. This is the perfect opportunity to connect with the community and have fun at local events!


Volunteers are needed for general office duties such as filing, organization, phone calls, or reception coverage. No special skills are required; training is minimal and can occur on the day of help.
All volunteers must be:
  • 18 years old unless accompanied by a legal guardian or if special permission is given by the Volunteer Coordinator.
  • Willing to interact with families and other volunteers.
  • Able to work as a dedicated team member.
  • Agree to a criminal background check prior to assuming duties.

For questions about volunteering, contact our Director of Client Engagement at

meet a Cancer care volunteer

Tell us about yourself.

I am Nancy Love, born, raised, and lived in Fort Worth, Texas, and a retired FWISD elementary math teacher for 30+ years.

What brought you to Cancer Care as a volunteer?

I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in December 2013 and was overwhelmed by the word alone – CANCER. I was having a hard time understanding and dealing with the word cancer and everything it means. I came to talk with the counselor, Annie, for several sessions. She calmed me, understood what I was going through, and listened to me. After I retired from teaching, I knew I wanted to volunteer my time. I picked Cancer Care Services because they helped me while going through cancer, and I wanted to give back to the cancer community.

What is your favorite thing about volunteering with Cancer Care?

My favorite thing about volunteering at Cancer Care is being able to help cancer patients and their families. I help by answering the phones and volunteering at Family Connect Nights, AYA Camp, Thanksgiving, and Christmas events.

What would you say to someone who is thinking about volunteering with Cancer Care?

Come on and volunteer for Cancer Care. There are so many various opportunities that you can get involved with. From answering phone calls, helping with holiday events, family events, to packing and getting materials organized for an event. Plus, the best part is meeting AMAZING people along the way.

– Nancy Love, Cancer Survivor and Volunteer since 2016


Helping you LIVE with cancer.