Be A SURVIVORville Volunteer - SURVIVORville
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SURVIVORville is where women can learn to navigate the muddy waters of survivorship – and have quite the fun!  It’s where they acquire the tools to help them re-build their lives after cancer Produced by Women Survivors Alliance, SURVIVORville is held in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the past three years SURVIVORville has welcomed nearly 2000 women from 49 states and 5 countries.

This much-needed platform allows women survivors to network with one another, replacing the feeling of isolation with a sense of community. It provides education, motivation and life application for every step of survivorship, and it equips survivors with the necessary resources to create their own survivorship care plan and celebrate the 2nd Act of their lives.

Many Hands Make Light Work

SURVIVORville weekend is quite an undertaking and takes a lot of effort and a LOT of volunteers.  This year SURVIVORville will take place from July 20-22 and we need YOUR help to make it happen.  Are you someone who is willing to give a few hours, half a day or all weekend?  If so, we need you!

Jenifer Neiderweurfer is our 2017 SURVIVORville Volunteer Coordinator.  She has served as a WSA Volunteer for five years and really needs your help.  If you are willing to give these survivors some of your time AND enjoy some fun for yourself, please give Jen an email shout today.



“I really needed this time with women like me. I was inspired, encouraged and challenged to be the best ‘me’ in my miraculous 2nd Act of life.”
– 31 year old Choriocarcinoma survivor and SURVIVORville attendee

“I came … afraid of my future after cancer survivorship. After this, I leave feeling confident in living and dreaming for the future without waiting for the other shoe to drop.”
– 54 year old breast cancer survivor and SURVIVORville attendee

SURVIVORville is where ALL women cancer survivors
need to be.