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 11th annual Lights of Hope event, being virtually hosted on Saturday, September 18 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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Simeon Wakefield

Missing you today and always
— Mary Harden

Teressa V Staten, Hampton, GA

Thanks to my lord and savior that my cancer after three years, is still gone. Researched techniques were employed for my treatment. B
— Teressa Staten

Thomas L. Shorts, Sr., Round Rock, TX

In loving memory of my father. you are the wind beneath my wings. Love you forever.
— Terri Burditt

Robert Burell, Clovis, CA

Wonderful, Husband, Father, Brother, and Friend, you are always in our hearts as we celebrate you today. Love always and forever, your Family
— Arrolene Burrell

Evelyn Kershaw, DC Metro Area

Supporting the FIGHTERS; Admiring the SURVIVORS; Honoring the TAKEN; and NEVER, EVER giving up HOPE! Keeping believing, girrrrrrrl!
— Shivon, Brittney & Erica

Brooklyn, Michigan

Prayer warriors are praying for you sweetie. May God bring healing and love your way.
— Lisa Michele Coleman

My mother, Ethel Delores Rose, Raleigh NC

In loving memory of my mother. Keep shining your light, love your daughter Link Monica Rose
— Monica Rose

Joseph F. Zimmerman, Jr., Oakland, CA

I light this candle in memory of my father who died in 1981 from Lung Cancer. I also light this candle in honor of my mother who is a cervical cancer survivor and my younger sister who is courageously fighting (and winning) her battle with Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. May everyone who is affected by cancer continue to fight the good fight!
— Karen Zimmerman

Hazel K Armbrister

I light this candle for you my dear Mother. Although you have been gone for six months now , I still want to call and hear your voice and hug you. I love you , RIP Mama. Your only child, your baby, Lydia Armbrister- Wilson
— Lydia Armbrister-Wilson

Susie Piper, Round Rock, Tx

Missing you Mama
— Tamara Norris Powell

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