ACS CAN at Relay For Life Materials


Photo of Relay for Life volunteerThank you for helping us integrate advocacy into your local Relay For Life event.  These materials should give you all the tools you need to make your work a huge success. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your staff partner if you have any questions or additional needs. 

And, of course, thank you for all you do to help end suffering and death from cancer. 


Event Advocacy Guidebook
All the answers are in here. How do I mobilize volunteers at American Cancer Society events? What are the criteria for CAN Clubs? Why do we support more cancer research funding? This Guidebook is your one-stop-shop for all the answers. 

Bicycle Metaphor
A fun and interesting way to explain how ACS and ACS CAN work together!

Template Presentation
Edit this canva presentation and download as a PDF to help your fellow Relayers understand why you support ACS CAN. Notes for the PDF can be found here

Video Script
Create your own video using this sample script.

Video: Mina’s Story 
This is why we all work so hard. Share this great video with your fellow Relay For Life volunteers to help them understand the importance and impact of our advocacy work. 

Video: Lisa Lacasse, ACS CAN President and Donna Kemberling, ACS CAN Leadership Volunteer 
Listen in as lead volunteer Donna Kemberling and ACS CAN President, Lisa Lacasse talk about the 20th Anniversary of ACS CAN and how Relayers can join our fight against cancer.

Advocacy Engagement Ideas  
Looking to involve fellow Relayers in advocacy? Check out these tips to help folks understand and participate in promoting our legislative priorities. 

What Can Your $10 Membership Do?
Volunteers will be amazed at the impact their membership can have. Use this flyer to show them all we can do for just the price of a movie ticket. 

It’s time to show off your success! This fun recognition program rewards the volunteers and events that do a great job recruiting new ACS CAN members. 

Social Media Graphics

ACS CAN Accomplishments
Yes, we did that! This infographic is a great way to show people how our advocacy work is helping end suffering and death from cancer.