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.
P.O. Box 663
Higley, AZ 85236-4500
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 Hearts Network Survivor Support – Pacific Region
We need your help! Whether it’s a few hours a week or more, you’ll find many ways to support our community.
The Pacific region is seeking volunteers to:
- Organize awareness activities
- Hand out literature at health fairs
- Fundraising efforts including in-kind donations and auction items
- Help with our signature event, Together in Teal 5k Run/Walk
For more information or to volunteer, contact Jamie Aiken at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-977-4662.
Names to Know
In 2018, Janene and her twin sister lost their friend Jennifer to ovarian cancer, who was only 40 years old and left behind two children. To honor her, they participate in Together in TEAL with their families.
Janice is a writer, small business owner … and an ovarian cancer survivor with a passion to help increase awareness about the early signs and symptoms of the disease.
Since her diagnosis of Stage IV ovarian cancer, Sam has celebrated her healing by supporting NOCC virtually and in person, walking in her hometown in the hopes that one day there will be a reliable screening test and cure.
In 2007, Jason’s mom passed away from ovarian cancer. He now participates in Together in TEAL each year to honor her memory.