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It’s Time to Register for National Cancer Survivors Day 2014

Thursday, January 16, 2014

It’s that time again! Time to start planning your National Cancer Survivors Day celebration.

National Cancer Survivors Day 2014 will be held on Sunday, June 1. NCSD is an annual, treasured Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities nationwide and around the world. NCSD provides an opportunity for cancer survivors to connect with other survivors, celebrate milestones, and recognize the healthcare providers, family, and friends who have supported them along the way. It is a day for cancer survivors to stand together and show the world what life after cancer looks like.

It’s time to start making plans for celebrating this special day with the cancer survivors in your community.

Register Your Event for Exclusive Access to Free Event-Planning Resources

We’ve been busy putting together some great free resources to help you plan and celebrate NCSD 2014. At, you can

  • Organize an event in your community using free online resources, including an updated step-by-step guide filled with everything you need to know about hosting a Survivors Day Celebration in your community.
  • Browse our list of NCSD theme ideas to find inspiration for your event.
  • Find a speaker using the exclusive National Cancer Survivors Day Speakers Bureau Roster.
  • Learn about the issues faced by people living with a diagnosis of cancer.
  • Check out our latest news and blog updates.
  • Browse our Official Merchandise Catalog for unique keepsakes to mark Survivors Day 2014.
  • Join us as we count down to this year's Celebration of Life!

Check Out the NCSD 2014 Logo

Have you seen the new logo for National Cancer Survivors Day 2014? Here it is! We think it’s pretty sweet.

By registering your event, you'll gain access to exclusive high-resolution downloads of the NCSD 2014 logo that you can use to promote your local Survivors Day event.

Become Part of the NCSD Community

Connect with the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation, as well as cancer survivors from around the world, on Facebook and Twitter. Encourage your friends to do the same, and help us build a community of cancer survivors and supporters who want to show the world that life after cancer is something to celebrate.