25th Anniversary

25th Anniversary

Join us as we celebrate Cancer Support Community’s 25th anniversary!

Since 1993, Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis has been providing programs to help people affected by cancer manage the stress of a diagnosis.

In honor of CSC's 25 years of providing programs locally, we are celebrating our anniversary in a number of ways.


Celebrate Your Birthday With CSC

Come celebrate your birthday with us! 19 million birthdays are celebrated around the world every day, will yours be the one to change lives? From fundraising to hosting a party, donating your birthday to CSC is a unique and thoughtful way to give back.

Interested in celebrating with us?

Ready to start the party?

To learn more, email Amanda at acarlson@cancersupportstl.org. We hope to celebrate with you!

25th Anniversary Bash - RSVP

Friday, June 8, 2018 • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

June 8th is our official anniversary! On this day in 1993, we opened our doors here in St. Louis. Join us to commemorate this special day! We couldn’t have reached this milestone without supporters like you. Call 314-238-2000 to RSVP.

25 Words

As part of our anniversary celebrations we are creating a short video to describe CSC to our community through members, donors, and supporters. We invite individuals and families to be apart of this special project by sharing words they feel describe CSC. To get involved, email Amanda at acarlson@cancersupportstl.org or call 314-238-2000.

Throwback Programs!

Genetics and Cancer Through the Years - RSVP
Wednesday, January 31 • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Hereditary cancer syndromes account for about 10% of all cancer diagnoses.
Identifying families with hereditary risk is important to help the family members
at increased risk for developing cancer to make empowered choices about
cancer prevention and early detection. This program will focus on what
families might benefit from genetic testing and the many advances that have
been made in genetic testing through the years.


Reunion: Welcoming Back Your Neglected Self - RSVP
Wednesday, March 28 • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Beginning in childhood and continuing throughout our lives, we
receive messages and teachings that certain parts of who we are,
(our “Selves”), are wrong or bad or unacceptable and need to be
denied or controlled. We learn to hide or neglect our Angry Self, our
Anxious Self, our Exuberant or Creative Self and others for fear of
disapproval or rejection. Being a fully integrated person means having
a positive relationship with all of our Selves, which enables us to strive
for happiness and meaning, particularly when faced with the challenge
and stress of living with cancer. Join artist Jessica Eschen-Goodman
and CSC facilitator John Eschen as we explore through discussion, art
and writing the ways and paths of reuniting our individual Neglected
Selves. No special artistic or writing ability is necessary.

Our Community Partners
Staenberg Family Foundation
St. Anthony's
Wolff Shoe Co