Demolition has begun!
Get your hard hats out!
You may have heard the rumbling or seen the signs of activity next door to our current location on Mills Avenue. Demolition of the unoccupied building adjacent to ours is complete and we’re setting the stage for the construction of our new cancer support facility. Because of the generosity of our community, we are 75% of the way to our goal of raising $4.5 million! The new facility is designed to serve more people, provide better accessibility, privacy, and lots of space for new programming.
We are excited to announce that our new intern, Enijah Pace, will join us at the end of August. Enijah is pursuing his masters in Communication Engaged Medicine at Furman University. Enijah graduated from UNC Greensboro and is interested in going to medical school. He has worked full time as an EMT for the last two years and comes with a wealth of professional experience. Welcome to the team!
Ladies Golf Tournament 2023
What do you do when you are not volunteering?
When I am not volunteering at the Cancer Society, I love to garden, walk and hang out with my 3 Cavachon dogs.
Tell us about your family.
I moved to Greenville from Memphis, Tennessee to be near family. I have a son, Austin, who is 32 and lives in Memphis. My daughter, Katie Scott, is 27 and lives in Atlanta.
What is your favorite thing about volunteering with the Cancer Society?
Hands down, my favorite thing is the staff at the Cancer Society. They are kind, compassionate, fun and happy. It has been a blessing to get to know them. Also being a breast cancer survivor, I am privileged to help out in any way with others going through their cancer journey.
My name really is Scott – it’s not a nickname. I was named after my mother’s brother.