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Replay: ACS leaders provide an inside look into the launch of new and innovative programs

Learn more about EverYou, PAWS program and the ACS CARES app.

On May 29, the American Cancer Society Leadership Annual Giving team hosted an insightful webinar now available to all ACS and ACS CAN donors, supporters and volunteers featuring three subject matter experts who shared new and innovative programs in our life-saving work. Brooke Street, director of Online Support Programs, joined the call to discuss more about the launch of the ACS' EverYou program, formerly known as TLC. She shared a sneak peek into the look of EverYou and the services it will provide, including the donation of wigs for cancer patients.

Maggie Rogers, director of Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Support discussed the PAWS program (Pups Assisting with Support) - a dog assisted therapy provided for youth facing cancer. And, Nicole Robertson, director, Community Navigation, unveiled the ACS CARES app, a new patient navigation support program that connects people with quality curated information and one-on-one support.

The call concluded with ACS employee, and six-time cancer thriver, Lainie Jones, sharing her inspiring story and the ways the American Cancer Society has supported her in her cancer journey.

Catch the replay ​on YouTube.

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