Join us in spreading hope across the country, honoring those who have been touched by cancer, and remembering those lost. We invite you to light a virtual candle and share a special message in honor of a loved one.  

We also hope you will consider donating to the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s 10th annual Lights of Hope event, being virtually hosted on September 12 at 4 p.m. EDT. Since 2015, The Links, Incorporated and the American Cancer Society have worked together to address cancer disparities and drive health equity in all communities touched by cancer. The Lights of Hope livestream will highlight stories of loved ones who have fought cancer and survived, and remember those who lost the battle.

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Iris Regina Eller, Southern Maryland Chain Chapter

I am lighting this candle for my mother-in-law, Iris "Regina" Eller. Regina died due to breast cancer and never had the opportunity to meet her six wonderful grandchildren. May the memory and legacy of her love continue to burn bright in the lives of her children and grandchildren.
— Delecia Eller

Family & FriendsGgfrgarfield@zoomi., South Point,OH. /Huntington WV.

Prayers to all who have be touched by cancer. Praise for al the survivors.
— Georgetta Ramsey

Barbara Phillips, Earselene Fogle, Dallas, Texas

I'm lighting this candle in Honor of my Cousin Barbara Phillips that had breast cancer and a double Mastectomy and is now fighting with Lymphoma. and in Honor of her Mother my Cousin Earselene Fogle that lost her battle to breast cancer. Barbara is one brave soul. She's funny, humble, beautiful inside and out, caring, loving and STRONG. Love YOU!!!
— Erika Holliman

Alison Triplett, Ann Arbor (MI)

I light a candle in memory of my valiant and courageous mother Alison Triplett who fought.a brief but aggressive battle with a rare sarcoma. God gave Mom her wings less than a year after her diagnosis, and it was a beautiful gift to be able to be with her through it all until the end. Thank God for mothers, and never take yours for granted.
— Ayanna McConnell

Aunt Ora and Aunt Juanita

Remembering you always in the fight against this disease that affects families and our communities!
— Michelle Anderson

Steve Holliday, Memphis, Tenn.

I am lighting this candle for my grandfather Steve Holliday, Mr. Steve to some, Daddy to some and Grand Daddy to me, my sibling and cousins. This candle is representation of light he shined on our lives. Love you & Miss you, Grand Daddy!! Kathleen G. Hall San Bernardino Valley (CA) Chapter The Links, Incorporated.
— Kathleen Hal;

ROBERT L DIXIE JR., FORT WAYNE INDIANA

I WILL ALWAYS TREASURE OUR LOVE AND LIFE TOGETHER; TILL WE MEET AGAIN IN OUR HEAVENLY FATHER HOUSE, LOVE ALWAYS YOUR WIFE!
— RAPHILLA DIXIE

L. H. Morgan, San Jose, California

I light this candle in memory of my beautiful, brilliant and powerful mother. I miss you everyday…. May your light shine bright from heaven.
— Erica Morgan West

Gwendolyn B. Minor, Virginia

I light this candle in memory of my dear friend Gwendolyn B. Minor…May your light shine on in heaven my sweet and kind sister. Missing you everyday.
— Allison Blow

Leantre Genice Terry, Northern Indiana Chapter

I light a candle for my lovely daughter who has been fighting a valiant fight against breast cancer for more than six years. May the Lord see fit to give her many more years of love, happiness and quality of life.
— Dr. Danita Johnson Hughes

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