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Get involved. You can make a difference.

In one way or another, cancer touches virtually everyone. That’s why so many people look for ways to help make a difference. Let us help you discover the many ways you can support the patients and programs at Gibbs Cancer Center.

While you’re here.

There are many opportunities to get personally involved at Gibbs – on campus, at other Gibbs other locations, and through the things you buy and wear. The more you help us spread the word about the benefits of treatment at Gibbs, the healthier our community will be.


From greeting patients and families upon arrival to serving in the Cancer Learning Center to working in the gift shop and more, volunteers are an essential part of Gibbs Cancer Center’s personal approach to patient care. If you are 18 years or older, with or without clinical experience, we invite you to apply for one of our many volunteer positions. Available positions often include:

  • greeter
  • patient escort
  • nursing unit assistant
  • waiting room attendant
  • gift shop associate
  • clerical/administrative associate
  • flower/gift delivery.

As a volunteer, you are also are eligible for several benefits in appreciation for your gift of time and cheerful service:

  • complimentary cafeteria meals on days you work
  • uniform ($25 deposit, refundable upon return of uniform and hospital-issued ID badge or after completion of one year of service)
  • service recognition pins
  • volunteer appreciation events
  • annual health review
  • free annual flu shot
  • discounts in To Your Health Café and That Special Look™ boutique
  • the opportunity to develop lifelong friendships.

For more information on the benefits and responsibilities of volunteering at Gibbs Cancer Center, please contact Anna Cash.

American Cancer Society Volunteer Opportunities

Road to Recovery is a service offered by the American Cancer Society in which volunteer drivers provide cancer patients transportation to and from their scheduled medical appointments.  Drivers donate their time and the use of their personal vehicles to help ensure that cancer patients get the lifesaving treatments they need.

Find more information about Road to Recovery here.

Stretch your mind and body.

Gibbs offers a range of exercise and educational classes, free screening, informative speakers, group meetings and more on our main campus and at other area locations. Check our calendar for dates and details.

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Gibbs Cancer Center is a multidisciplinary cancer center located in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It is one of the original National Cancer Institute's Community Cancer Centers Program and Community Clinical Oncology Program sites. Gibbs is nationally recognized cancer treatment and research facility with affiliations with MD Anderson Physicians Network and the Medical University of South Carolina's Hollings Cancer Center.

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