Kentucky State Lead Ambassador
Pam Pilgrim has been a volunteer with ACS CAN since 2005 and is also been actively involved with Relay for Life. In her spare time, Pam is very involved her local community and is on the Wolfe County Animal Shelter Board, the Wolfe Country Tourism Commission, the Wolfe Country Farm Bureau Board and many other community organizations. She also started a garden club in her town of Crawford named “the Grateful Deadheaders.”
Why is being an ACS CAN volunteer important to you?
I can help inform legislators’ about policies that impact cancer patients and caregivers. I can also impact their decision to support legislation that ACSCAN is advocating for.
Why are you a cancer advocate?
I am a cancer survivor and I feel that impacting legislation on the state and federal level is imperative to achieving our mission goals.
Why should others in your community get involved in ACS CAN?
There is power in numbers! The more advocates we recruit and train, the more impact we can have on legislation.
Want to join me in the fight against cancer? Fill out this form to sign up to be an ACS CAN volunteer in Kentucky.