Extended Hands Cancer Ministry
“Extended Hands” only works when each person extends a hand to help others.
Ann Ball Founder and Executive Director of Extended Hands Cancer Ministry, Community Development Corporation formed this organization in October 2009. The goal of the ministry is to support anyone facing a cancer diagnosis by providing Hope and compassion through Spiritual Encouragement, Research, Education, Health Fairs, Screenings and Seminars.
The History of Extended Hands Cancer Ministry,
Extended Hands Cancer Ministry is a 501c3, non-profit, multiethnic health ministry for all cancer types. The ministry provides services and support to anyone facing cancer by sharing Hope and Compassion through Spiritual Encouragement. We also provide Educational programs, Health Fairs, and Free to Low Cost screening to the cancer fighters, survivors, caregivers, and their families through the compassion and care of “extended hands”.
Extended Hands Cancer Ministry ii is a multi-ethnic cultural faith-based non-profit health ministry that supports all cancer types for both men and women. The following services are provided:
-Monthly Support Group Meetings
-Home and Hospital Visitation
-Telephone Support Group
Cancer Awareness Programs
Health seminars and fairs to provide awareness information that lead to prevention and early detection information to the community. These workshops include nutrition and exercise to help maintain a healthy body.
Our web site continues to grow with resourceful information including meal preparation, transportation, free community services, hospice support and more.
Fundraiser that provides an opportunity to combine corporate prayer and health education for the healing of those touched by cancer along with cancer updates.
Non-medical Caregiver Training
Training for those who are interested in supporting those who have been diagnosed with cancer. Learn the "do's" and "don'ts" of effective communication regarding treatment, emotional support and resource referrals.
Annual Celebration Gala
An opportunity to celebrate hope, celebrate healing and celebrate life. This community celebration allows fighters and survivors to celebrate life with friends.
Create a comfortable environment for patients and caregivers to acquire additional information about a diagnosis via books and electronic methods. The resource library will provide cancer-related tools from prevention to after hospice care.
Extended Hands Cancer Ministry, CDC is a non-profit, 501c3 multi-ethnic support and awareness ministry for all cancer types. We are committed to empower, encourage and bring awareness and hope to the cancer fighter and their families through research, spiritual encouragement, education and community resources.