Organization Assistance

T allows you to create a personal and private website that helps ease the burden of keeping family and friends informed. The websites are easy to create and use. Authors add health updates and photos to share their story while visitors leave messages of love and support in the guestbook. Also available as an iPhone App. allows you to share information on your terms via your own personal website. You can update friends and family, receive caring messages from loved ones, search their directory for resources, create a helping calendar to post doctor appointments, babysitting needs, etc., post photos, and read funny stories and inspirational quotes.

Navigating Cancer offers cancer patients and their support network free care management tools and personalized resources to improve their care and quality of life during treatment. Patients and their caregivers can use the Daily Health Journal to track symptoms and side effects to better communicate with their health care team about how they’re responding to treatment.



lotsahelpinghands allows for the creation of a private, web-based community for organizing friends, family, and colleagues – your ‘circles of community’ – during times of need. Easily coordinate activities and manage volunteers with their intuitive group calendar. If you are looking for ways to help a friend or loved one, you can create a private community to: organize well-meaning offers of help for meals delivery, rides and visits; easily communicate and share updates; and safely store vital information. simplifies the process of organizing meals for friends or family members in need by communicating the dates meals are needed, showing people what meals are being delivered and providing details about likes, dislikes, allergies, delivery times, etc. is a free online tool designed to coordinate the delivery of meals to someone who is in need. A meal coordinator is able to set up a private account to make it easy for friends and family to sign up to bring meals. A customized online sign-up sheet that includes phone numbers, driving directions, food allergies, and any other helpful details can be created in a just a few minutes. provides Cancer101 Planners to cancer centers in all 50 states to give to patients and caregivers in need. The planners include essential organizational tools and important resources designed to empower you to take control from the moment of diagnosis through the next ten years of follow-up care. If your cancer center does not provide you with a Cancer101 Planner, you can order one at

Stepping Stone Journals are written and designed with input from cancer survivors, medical providers, and devoted caretakers. The journal allows you to record and track vital information regarding your medical history and appointments, treatment, symptoms, contact information, etc. The journal can be ordered at


American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society provides a lively source of news, information, and support. The contact number is (800) ACS-2345.


Blood and Marrow Transplant Information Network
Dedicated to serving the needs of persons facing a bone morrow, blood stem cell, or umbilical cord transplant. Provides medical information in easy to understand language; publishes patient guides and maintains a support network of transplant survivors. Call (888) 597-7674.

Help in finding the answers to your questions about cancer, and especially in finding the questions you need to ask.
National Cancer Institute

Free resources and educational materials on all cancer types. Call 1-(800) 4-Cancer.


The University of Pennsylvania’s Cancer Center website provides readers with comprehensive information about specific types of cancer, updates on cancer treatments, and news about research advances.

This is a Nationwide network of organizations and individuals serving all people who have been struck by cancer. The phone connection is (877) NCCS-YES.

General Information – Cancer Specialists to answer questions 800-227-2345