Cancer Connection is able to offer all its programs and services free of charge because of the generosity of our community. We receive no funding from state or federal governments, the United Way or the American Cancer Society. Instead, we are supported through individual donations, grants from foundations and businesses, and community benefits like the ones listed here.
Harvest Celebration Dinner & Silent Auction
Friday, October 26, 2018
Quonquont Farm Whately, MA
6 - 10 PM
Rob Watson and Patrick Viteri will be our hosts for a wonderful evening of gourmet fare accompanied by the fabulous music of Jazz Sketches. The evening will include a silent auction. The auction features a wide variety of items from local businesses and supporters to benefit Cancer Connection including gift certificates to local restaurants, vacation-get-aways, artwork, home and garden items, sports memorabilia and much more!
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Tickets available now - don't wait!
Photos from last year's Harvest dinner are posted on our Cancer Connection Facebook page - Harvest Dinner pics 2017 (you can click on the link and see our Facebook page, even if you don't have a Facebook account.)
Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018
5:00 - 6:30 PM
RSVP kindly requested
Remembering those who have passed and those who love them keeps their spirit alive and among us. Reverend Sarah Buteaux of First Churches joins us at Cancer Connection for this non-denominational gathering to acknowledge our common losses and treasured memories.
Monday, December 10, 2018
41 Locust Street
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Rain or snow! (If the weather is really bad, we'll change our voice mail and post a message on our website and on our Facebook page.)
Drop by and share some holiday warmth with us as we celebrate the spirit of the season together. We will celebrate outstanding volunteers, who reflect and embellish our work. They give back and pay forward. Rob Watson of The Lone Wolf Restaurant of Amherst will be catering.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
USA Track and Field sanctioned open class race. Run for your mom, in honor or memory of a mom, or just because you are a mom or had a mom! For additional information, visit the official race website www.racewmass.com.
Thanks to all our Sponsors!
Would you or your business like to sponsor the 2019 "best Half in Western Mass?"
Contact Cynthia Tarail: ctrail AT cancer-connection.org
Additional Support Provided by:
Atlas Farm, C & S Grocers, CISA, Dodson & Flinker, East Heaven Hot Tubs, Foster’s Supermarket, Hillside Pizza, Indigo Coffee, LaSalle Florist, Muffins General Market, Northampton Area Pediatrics, Paradise Copies, Sasson, Turnbull, Ryan & Hoose, Tandem Bagels, Target Stores, Walmart - Northampton, WEBS, Whately Inn, Ziomek & Ziomek
No more cold weather camping for Monte. At least not this year. THIS year it’s Cancer Connection Summercamp. Still to benefit Cancer Connection. This time, no igloo.
Monte and his intrepid campers were out on the courthouse lawn in the warmth of July - Summer Camp for Cancer Connection!
Every dollar they raised went directly to support Cancer Connection. Here's how you can help.
Missed your chance to give during the event? You can make a contribution through our PayPal page and tell us which camper you want to support.
Special Thanks to the Mass General Cancer Center at Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Mutton & Mead, and the Greenfield Savings Bank for offering a Challenge Hour Match.
Special Thanks to everyone who came out to entertain the crowd during Monte's Cancer Connection Summercamp:
WHMP’s Bill Newman Show, Twisted Pine, Richard Perlmutter & Robin Hoffman and the Ukulele Scramble, Lakou Mizik, Cracker, Rock Voices, and DJ Snack Attack