Join the Fight

Ensure the best cancer care is available for everyone

With your help, there is hope for people with cancer

Our cancer care experts are dedicated to providing world-class cancer treatment here in the Hampton Roads area

Cancer is a battle that is waged on all fronts: physical, emotional, spiritual. When you donate to cancer services at Bon Secours, you ensure advanced technology, the latest treatment protocols, skilled medical teams and compassionate chaplains are available to care for every person diagnosed with cancer.

You can direct your gift to support the broad range of Bon Secours cancer services available here in southeast Virginia or designate your donation to a specific cancer-related program. 

Cancer Services

When you donate for cancer services, you save lives. Your gift provides the latest cutting-edge technology for diagnosis and treatment and invests in our skilled team of cancer specialists so every cancer patient receives the best care possible, close to home. And for those who are financially challenged, donations provide transportation to treatments and grocery cards so patients can afford the healthy foods needed for proper nutrition. 

Save a Life

Give for the best life-saving cancer care in Hampton Roads


Breast health is a concern for women of all ages and early detection is the key to surviving breast cancer. We depend on donors like you to provide state-of-the-art imaging technology like bone density scanning and 3D mammography which helps detect cancer in its earliest and most treatable stages.

Mammography services in Hampton Roads, Virginia, are located at Bon Secours Women's Imaging Center at DePaul in Norfolk and the Millie Lancaster Women's Imaging Center at Harbour View Medical Center in Suffolk.

Support Early Detection

Mammography helps people have a fighting chance against breast cancer

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Sandra trusts Bon Secours to monitor her recovery from cancer

Donations to Bon Secours Hampton Roads Foundation paid for the new 3D mammography technology at the Women's Imaging Center that detected Sandra Fuller's breast cancer at an early, treatable stage.