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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Mom, you were and are the Heart, the Light and the Pulse that Nourished, Activated and held our Family together with the Flow of Your Ever Present LOVE. We Eternally Love and Miss You, "Thank You." Debra Echols and The Cowley Family

Maxine Bryant, Kinston, NC

In honor of my loving grandma
— Andrea Michelle Jenkins

Faye Brock Wade, Virginia Beach, VA & Washington, DC

Know You Are in a beautiful peaceful place, Like the Seine. Faye's Fantastic Faithfuls
— Sheliah Jeffries Cobb

Evelyn Wigglesworth Brown, Hampton Roads,VA & Northeastern, NC

Rest in Peace.
— Sheliah Jeffries Cobb

Fredda Bryan, Hampton Roads, VA

Rest in Peace. Vigilant Volunteer for The American Cancer Society – Hampton Roads, VA
— Sheliah Jeffries Cobb

Ayesha Johnson, Hendersonville NC

You'll always be a light to everyone who loved you. Sweetie.
— Leslie Nissen

Alesia Owens Williams, Dallas, TX

I light this candle in honor of my best friend Alesia Owens. You were the truest friend and always kept in real with me. I am keeping my promises to you and will live my life to the fullest. I want to also say “I had a good life.” I miss you Chica ❤️🙏🏾
— Pamela Garmon Johnson

Ingra Conley, Mazzie Moses, Plano, TX

These 2 members at different times lost their personal battle with cancer in 2017. Brave and loving souls – they are missed
— Paula Parker

Kenya Johnson

I light this candle in honor of my shero, my friend. As you are going through this journey, I’ve seen unimaginable strength. May God continue to shine his light upon you each and every step of the way.
— LaMonica

Mrs. Ernestine Warren Thompson, DeSoto, Texas

I am a 3rd generation breast cancer survivor, diagnosed in 2010. I light this candle for my maternal Grandmother, Mrs. Ernestine Warren Thompson, who passed away in 1998. I also celebrate my maternal Aunt, Mrs. Janice Thompson Hood, who was diagnosed in 2008. I love you, Grandma! Jennifer Jennifer R. Smith Dallas (TX) Chapter
— Jennifer R. Smith

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