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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Neva J. Dennis, Elberton GA

Neva….my wonderful, smart, talented grandmother. You taught us well. Your English students loved your creativity. You thrived though you struggled with cancer for over 40 years. You never gave up. You were on a mission to educate people.
— Sandra Cannon

Charles Jones Sr., Peekskill NY

You fought a good fight. You are in my thoughts and my heart forever. RIP best friend!
— Diana Jones Ritter

Charles Jones II, Nanuet NY

I pray constantly for God to heal you from this ugly cancer. You are such an excellence model of strength, hope, and you are THE best big brother ever! I love you Bones!
— Diana Jones Ritter

Marvin Shelton

We still love and miss you.
— Yvonne Shelton

Kimberly Urqhart

You are greatly missed and will never be forgotten Kim!
— Keli D. Greene

Taryn Carterwyche, Gray/Atlanta, Georgia

Taryn you were an awesome light in the world. I was blessed to have you as my sister and call you my friend. I love and miss you.
— Laurie Carter Robinson

Mr. Jesse Thomas, Jr., Youngstown, Ohio

Grandpa, you are forever in my heart. RIP
— Dayna Terrell

Mr. Jesse Thomas, Jr., Youngstown, Ohio

Grandpa, you are forever in my heart. RIP
— Dayna Terrell

Mr. Purvis Terrell, Sr., Youngstown, Ohio

Grandad, you are forever in our hearts! RIP
— Dayna Terrell

Mr. Elihue Gamble, Cleveland, Ohio

Uncle, you fought a good fight. We love you and miss you. RIP
— Dayna Terrell

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