Welcome to Virtual Survivorship Day

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

Thank You Volunteers!

Traditionally, our volunteers have often been the first friendly face you see when you enter a Duke Cancer Center location; greeting everyone with a smile, making sure patients and their loved ones get where they need to go. They have helped in providing companionship and comfort, offering conversation, refreshments and a helping hand in locating available resources.

Volunteer roles have had to change during the pandemic but their commitment remains strong as they have found new and creative ways to help our community. We are so thankful for the volunteer time that has been contributed over the years and look forward to more volunteer opportunities to come.

Meet Our Volunteers

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Volunteer Spirit


Watch Below: Spend a day with volunteer, cancer survivor and retired Duke employee Jim Slaughter and his colleagues at Duke Cancer Center.

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A High Note


To pianist Stefan Stanescu, who volunteered 280 hours last year at the Duke Cancer Center and Duke North, playing piano for hospital patients and employees is a privilege.

Listen to the 81-year old perform in this short video.

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Ways to Give

The Duke Cancer Patient Support Program provides support services at no cost to help patients and their loved ones cope with the impact of cancer on their lives. Services offered from suspicion of diagnosis through survivorship. They include: individual, couple and family counseling; support groups; self-image resources; child life services; recreation therapy; Pets at Duke; volunteer companionship; and peer support.