St. Louis Celebrates American Cancer Society Turning 100

This year the American Cancer Society marks its 100th birthday. In St. Louis, and cities across the country, cancer patients, survivors, volunteers, and corporate partners joined together to salute this major milestone.

We’re honored that more than 300 supporters took time out of their work day for our celebration on the American Cancer Society’s St. Louis campus. That’s 300 people who made noise and pledged to take action to finish the fight against cancer.

St. Louis staff celebrating 100 years

St. Louis staff celebrating 100 years

Today, two out of three people diagnosed with cancer are surviving. More than 400 people a day in the U.S. are celebrating birthdays that would have otherwise been lost to cancer. As the Official Sponsor of Birthdays ™, the American Cancer Society will continue to make noise by amplifying its efforts to ensure lifesaving cancer research gets funded; by making sure people facing cancer have the help they need, such as a free place to stay during treatment or a ride to get there; and by fighting for equal access to quality health care, lifesaving screenings, and clean air.

We want to sincerely thank all of the individuals and businesses who gave of their time, their talent, and their products in honor of our local 100th birthday celebration.

Aaron Wrenn, volunteer griller
Adrenaline Zone
Anthonino’s Taverna
Bommarito Hazelwood
Botanical Garden
Brasserie / Niche
Brunswick Zone
CBS Outdoor
Damita Moris-Silpada
Five Guys
Four Seasons St. Louis
Laura Klein, Touchstone Crystal
Magic House
Manchester Sam’s Club
Maplewood Sam’s Club
Massage Envy
McAlister’s Deli
Mike Hoey, volunteer griller
Noodles and Co.
Pam Carissimi, Tastefully Simple
Pam Liesman, Sanofi
Pasta House
Phillip Johnson Salon
South County Costco
St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders & Rampage
Tanner Bechtel, Music
The Cup
The Fox Theatre
The Science Center
Therese Fenske, Thirty One Bags

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