American Cancer Society


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The seventh annual Homewood Witches Ride, set for Sunday, Oct. 27, has a new theme of “Follow the Call of the Disco Ball” and will feature the Disco Amigos. Read more



Photo by Alyx Chandler.

Homewood residents Ginny Tucker and Lori Blanton both agree working for the American Cancer Society, even after 20 years, hasn’t felt “like a job.” Read more


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Submitted by American Cancer Society South Region

The American Cancer Society will be celebrating February and Valentine’s Day with its Real Men Wear Pink fundraiser. Read more


Where's The Chair Wednesdays

Courtesy of the American Cancer Society

Where's the Chair Wednesdays is a new campaign by the American Cancer Society. Read more



Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

The Homewood Witches Ride brings dozens of women from Homewood and beyond, and raises money for the American Cancer Society along the way. Read more



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On April 21, Homewood Central Park will be filled with colorful community members in their best costumes and purple T-shirts for the 2017 Relay for Life event. Read more



Photo courtesy of Christina Zabala.

Homewood will be the site of two Relay for Life fundraisers for the American Cancer Society (ACS) in April — one at Central Park and one at John Carroll High School. Read more


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Sydney Cromwell

The Witches Ride is an annual event for women of Homewood to dress up and bike a two-mile route through the city, tossing candy to costumed children at certain points along the way. Read more


Witches Ride

Photo by Dan Starnes.

Witches will ride bikes through Homewood on Halloween eve for the third year in a row. The Homewood Witches Ride will take place Oct. 30. Read more


During the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign, 26 select men from the Birmingham area have been nominated to serve as the “Pink Men” of Birmingham during breast cancer awareness month. Read more


Homewood’s annual Relay for Life fundraiser will be held on Friday, April 24 at Homewood Central Park from 4-11 p.m. Read more


Witches on bicycles converged on Linden Avenue Thursday evening for the second annual Homewood Witches Ride benefiting the American Cancer Society. Read more


Homewood High School faculty, staff and administrators rode stationary bicycles in classrooms and around common areas in the school for donations during their annual “Bike for Bagwell” fundraiser for Relay for Life/American Cancer Society. Read more


  • Photo courtesy of American Cancer Society.

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