Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Auxiliary

Volunteers and auxiliary members play an important role by distributing snacks, making coffee and assisting patients in our waiting rooms.

Volunteers and auxiliary members play an important role by distributing snacks, making coffee and assisting patients in our waiting rooms.

Sometimes hope comes from a smile, a hug or a high five. Join us for a Seed of Hope celebration and you will see why.

Cancer Institute Auxiliary members often join our survivors as they toss their token into the Seed of Hope sculpture, leaving a piece of hope behind for those who will follow them. No one walks away from the experience without a smile — and sometimes a tear of joy — knowing that a cancer diagnosis does not have to signify the end of life, but often just the beginning.

A generous donation by the Cancer Institute Auxiliary made possible the Seed of Hope and gives survivors a lasting and meaningful way to celebrate the end of their cancer treatment.

More than 600 members strong, the Auxiliary is one of the largest volunteer organizations in Arkansas. Members dedicate their time to personally assisting patients and their family members, working on one-time and long-term projects, and raising funds for patient-centered programs.

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