The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) is a nationally recognized organization with a growing coast-to-coast network of regions and markets. Our efforts are fueled by volunteers, survivors, legacy families and market managers. Together, we empower our communities through educational efforts and outreach initiatives. We embrace our legacy families as the voice of the voiceless, and advocate for survivors and caregivers by providing comfort and support through our programs and services.
12221 Merit Drive
Dallas, TX 75251
NOCC has one vision – to live in a world where no woman loses her life to ovarian cancer. Each gift carries a unique story, and every dollar makes a difference in the lives of families affected by this disease.
To support NOCC, put your creativity and passion to work with a DIY event. Celebrate a birthday with a Facebook Fundraiser. Host a game night with friends or invite co-workers to a cycling event. The ways to engage your community and raise critical funds and awareness are limitless!
Teal Cares Network – Caregiver Support
We need your help! Whether it’s a few hours a week or more, you’ll find many ways to support our community.
The NOCC Dallas market is seeking volunteers to:
- Organize awareness activities
- Hand out literature at health fairs
- Promote regional events through social media
- Help with our Together in TEAL walk in Dallas
- Assist with committee activities
For more information or to volunteer, contact Erin Kiser at email@example.com or call 214-273-4208.
Cancer Support Community, North Texas
214-345-8230 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Their mission ensures those impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.
Texas Center for Proton Therapy
One of the nation’s most experienced clinical teams offer hope through advanced proton technology to treat tumors with extreme precision.
214-645-2742 | SCCCSupport@utsouthwestern.edu
Workshops facilitated by your support services team address physical, emotional and practical issues during and after treatment.
Cancer Care Services – Tarrant County
Free, compassionate support connects survivors and caregivers to resources to help meet financial, emotional and social needs.
UT Southwestern Young Adult Survivors Support
Social and supportive meetup for young adult cancer survivors ages 18-39.
Job Accommodation Network
A free, confidential technical assistance for job accommodations and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Helping Oncology Patients Esthetically educates and supports women with changes in their appearance during cancer treatment.
281-785-5220 | email@example.com
Support for children at no cost during a parent’s cancer journey, with innovative programs and peer networks.
Wonders & Worries
Wonders & Worries provides free, professional support for children and teenagers through a parent’s serious illness.
Nonprofit offering online yoga for cancer classes.
Names to Know
Yvette was diagnosed in 2019, but with the support of her amazing mother, family, and community, she celebrated her first year of being cancer-free in 2021. She is an advocate for early awareness, especially for women in Asian American communities.
Rhonda is an active member of the NOCC family. She serves on the National Board of Directors and uses her platform and interests to share messages of early awareness. She and her husband, Jay, are both active fundraisers to support the four pillars of the NOCC.
Jessica, a young survivor, and her trusted sidekick Jade are vibrant members of the teal community. Jessica is involved in Together in TEAL and other events in the Dallas area.
Ashley is captain of Team Teal Magnolias. She and her husband will happily put a little teal in their hair to share awareness about our teal community!