BONE MARROW DRIVE 8/3/2014 Point Loma | GIVE HERE NOW.
Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. Kidz is looking for volunteers who can serve at our Bone marrow outreach at the Rock church Point Loma on March 9th. Each year 30,000 people ages 0 to 74 are diagnosed with a life threatening illness where a bone marrow transplant is their best treatment option to live. We are looking […]
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We are excited to present our NEW 2014 RCC ServeHereNow calendars. This year, we are featuring our dedicated volunteers & Cancer C.A.R.E. recipients in a delightful design. Quantities are limited, get one for yourself and one for your loved ones. We thank you for your continued support in 2014! Visit our store to order yours […]
Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. Is Excited To Announce Our Ronald Mc Donald House (RMDH) Outreach “ROCK THE HOUSE” on Saturday, September 14th! This is an event in which Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. and other ministries from the Rock make available as many activities as possible to those who are staying at the house. The goal of this […]
Hi Everyone, I pray that the services that you have been receiving from Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. are a blessing to you! This post is to inform you that Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. (RCC) will not be open from July 18th 2013 through September 2nd, 2013. Our services will resume at 10 a.m. on Monday, September 3rd, […]
If you have cancer, are a survivor, lost someone because of this disease or know someone with cancer, even if you don’t have cancer.. This event is for YOU! • Doctors don’t know what causes cancer. • More people died of cancer last year than were killed in WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam […]
Rock Cancer C.A.R.E. is hosting our 3rd Annual “Do Something” Bone Marrow Drive. Would you like to help possibly save a life? Have you been looking for an opportunity to help a cancer patient? If yes is your answer, stop by the ROCK Church lobby on Sunday, January 20th from 7:30 am to 7pm. All […]
In the month of July, 2009, I heard news that took me to my knees. I heard the words, “Phil, dad has cancer.” I could not believe this could happen to the man I believed to be Superman. I thought to myself, this can’t be, there must be a mistake, he needs a second opinion. […]
As a cancer survivor, I have the privilege of meeting many cancer patients, caretakers and medical professionals. The needs and challenges around a cancer diagnosis are overwhelming and often times beyond anything one can comprehend. From the physical collapse to mental distress, a patient and their family face many dilemmas before, during and after cancer […]