Founded to honor our fallen warrior, Cassandra Hill-Smith. We are dedicated to raising awareness of colorectal cancer and educating Arkansas minorities. We are striving to increase the number of screenings and decrease the number of colon cancer diagnoses.
CCCF partners with community health workers and organizations with a mutual passion to increase community engagement and promote prevention and early detection.
Our awareness events serve to educate attendees about colorectal cancer; it’s signs and symptoms as well as screening options.
The American Cancer Society recommends starting colorectal cancer screenings at 45. One goal of CCCF is to help the people we serve get screened early and timely. We offer a non-invasive test for you to use right at home. Connect with us if you are interested in ordering a kit.
Some of of the hardest conversations to have while caring for your loved one are living wills and power of attorney. We work to help initiate those conversations and provide Legal Aid contacts to assist in legal paperwork that may be requested and/or required. Connect with us now if assistance is needed.
The CCC Foundation wants to help cancer warriors and their families focus primarily on each other. We offer various support options to assist in that effort. Coming Q3 2024…
The Blue Brunch is a community brunch and learn wellness event held during March, national colorectal cancer month. CCCF has partnered with various organizations to provide free screenings and wellness checks.