Ann's Place Provides comfort, support, and resources to people Living with cancer and their loved ones
We are a compassionate nonprofit serving Connecticut and Hudson Valley New York with professional counseling, support groups, wellness activities and educational resources. Thousands of people facing cancer come to us for support, all at no charge. We assist you and your loved ones to create a unique pathway through cancer that enhances your quality of life. Whether you are looking for support and resources for your cancer or for a family member’s cancer or would like to give back by donating your time or funds – welcome to our community.
Year-End Message From the President and CEO
Thanks to our supporters, so many wonderful things have happened this year! See some of the things we have accomplished together, and join us in helping finish out the year with all services free of charge for people facing cancer. View video.
Weather Policy and Updates
We will post office and program closings here and on Facebook. We will also send you a note when we close if you are on our email list. If you have questions about if your program is meeting, please do not hesitate to call us at 203-790-6568. If nobody answers the phone, we may be closed. Staff usually have access to emails during snow days. We apologize for any inconvenience these weather interruptions cause but we do want everyone to stay safe!
Wilda Hayes Recognized as “Difference Maker” by Patriots
Eight years ago, the Kraft family and Patriots Foundation introduced Celebrate Volunteerism, a season-long initiative focused on recognizing community volunteers and promoting the importance of giving back to the community through service.
Throughout the 2018 season, the foundation will continue its Celebrate Volunteerism initiative by teaming with nonprofit organizations to educate fans about the need for volunteering, highlighting deserving volunteers from across the region and seeking to inspire Patriots fans to become lifelong volunteers. Read more.
a timeline of comfort and compassion: Our History
It all began in 1991 with an offering of support groups to 50 people. CLICK HERE to follow a timeline of hope that brings us to the Ann's Place of today -- an award winning, community-based cancer support and resource center serving more than 1,100 people, and their families!
Where do your donation dollars go?
CLICK HERE to learn how your donation dollars benefit the over 1,100 clients of Ann's Place.