Volunteer for YSC

Volunteer for YSC to help young women with breast cancer

Volunteer and Make an Impact

There are so many ways to donate your time and talents to help YSC. You can sign up for a one-time event or be a more active volunteer and regularly support young women. We have volunteer opportunities you can do anywhere and that fit every schedule.

Ways to Volunteer

Become a YSC Face 2 Face Coordinator

Start a local networking and support group for survivors in your community. Bring young women together to support, inspire and encourage one another. We’ll provide you with tools and resources to help you get your local group started.


Be a YSC State Leader

Serve as the key link between our local communities (survivors, volunteers and healthcare providers) and the YSC Regional Outreach Managers. Help spread the word about YSC programs and resources by doing outreach in your community, sharing information with healthcare providers and connecting young women facing breast cancer to YSC.


Spread the Word

Host a YSC info table at a local health fair or community event, and help distribute YSC materials and resources to raise awareness that young women can and do get breast cancer. We will send you all the materials you need to distribute to young women or healthcare providers in your community. You can also form a YSC team to participate in local charity walks or events. We’ll send you team swag and materials to distribute to other participants.

Spread The Word

Share Your Story

Every survivor and co-survivor has a story. Tell your own story locally to raise awareness and inspire others. We’ll provide the tools and resources to help you craft a powerful and meaningful story and send materials to share with your audience.

Share Your Story

Sign Up to Volunteer with YSC

Add your name to our volunteer list to begin making a positive impact in the lives of young women. If we have a volunteer need in your area, we’ll get in touch! By signing up, you’re taking the first step to helping us ensure every young woman diagnosed with breast cancer finds the support and resources she needs.