Philadelphia, PA - The Red, White, and Blue Party, Philadelphia Distilling, June 21, 2018

  • Young Professionals of the American Cancer Society empowers and engages emerging leaders to network and build relationships while spreading awareness about early detection and prevention of cancer as well as the need to support cancer patients and their families through American Cancer Society programs like Hope Lodge, Road to Recovery and the National Cancer Information Center. Join us at our Inaugural Red, White & Blue Party for an exciting evening filled with elegant cocktails, delicious eats, fun activities, a fabulous photo-booth, great entertainment and a night of attacking cancer from every angle!
  • ACS Staff Contact: Victoria Lemay,; Ali Gill,
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Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Young Professionals of the American Cancer Society

Pittsburgh, PA - Associate Board of Ambassadors Pittsburgh

  • The Associate Board of Ambassadors (ABOA) is the American Cancer Society's group of emerging leaders who raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.  In its inaugural year, the ABOA is in the process of developing a new and exciting event in the Pittsburgh are marketed to professionals who are dedicated to attacking cancer from all angles.  ABOA members have the opportunity to network with others who are interested in making a difference in their community and significantly impacting the Society's lifesaving mission.
  • ACS Staff Contact: Kelsey Satterfield,
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AstraZeneca Hope Lodge of The American Cancer Society - Philadelphia 

ACS Hope Lodge of Central PA - Hershey



The American Cancer Society is excited to be gettin' down and dirty with Rugged Maniac! Rugged Maniac is a 3.1-mile obstacle course full of thrills and excitement. There are 30 nationwide Rugged Maniac events per year, and now you can fundraise for the American Cancer Society when you sign up. This is a great opportunity to connect with fellow ACS Young Professionals while having fun and supporting our favorite cause.