Douglas County Cancer Services
2880 NW Stewart Parkway #202​
Roseburg, OR 97471
541-440-9409​​

                   Tis The Holiday Season

                       Holiday Christmas Food Boxes 2016

     Each holiday season Douglas County Cancer Services prepares a complete Christmas dinner gift box for Douglas County cancer patients and their families. Many of the families have children at home and the boxes include winter clothing items for the children and family members.
     We invite you to be a part of this holiday giving by contributing to Douglas County Cancer Services. Your contribution will be used exclusively to purchase food and needed items for families who are battling cancer. With your donation, we will feature your name and a person you may choose to honor, in a special Thank You published in The News-Review Christmas edition.
     On behalf of Douglas County Cancer Services and our cancer patients, thank you

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December 17, 2016
​​Christmas ​Food Box Delivery



​​Douglas County Cancer Services (DCCS), established in 1989, is volunteer driven, non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and services to Douglas County residents who are ​undergoing cancer treatment. 

DCCS is located in the ​Community Cancer Center as an easily accessible resource ​for cancer patients.

DCCS is a sole entity governed only by its Board of Directors and is funded solely through donations, grants and fund raisers conducted throughout the year. 

All funds raised by DCCS remain in Douglas County to assist Douglas County cancer patients.

All services provided by DCCS to Douglas County cancer patients are free of charge.



More Information

Volunteers are always
​needed.
If you would like to
​volunteer and ​be of
​assistance to Douglas
​County Cancer patients
​please send an ​email to dccancerservices@hotmail.com

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​​Resources / Links
All funds received by Douglas County Cancer Services remain in Douglas County to assist
​Douglas County cancer patients.


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