CancerBiz is devoted to directly aiding and promoting the enterprises of cancer survivors, patients, and caregivers. There are many effective causes and ways to indirectly assist in the fight against cancer such as charities, benefits, walks, etc.
However, CancerBiz allows you to locate and directly contact businesses or services, operated by cancer survivors, patients, and/or caregivers, who specialize in exactly the trade you need. Further, you can shop on an international basis, and directly purchase products sold, created or manufactured by cancer survivors, patients or caregivers.
All CancerBiz vendors are screened and verified as survivors, patients or caregivers and owners or partners of a trade or venture. Therefore, you will be directly engaged with, and buying from, cancer survivors, patients and/or caregivers. Put your money to work for them in the most effective way possible; help them succeed in their business ventures and buy for hope and prosperity!
While there are many support groups and organizations which help cancer survivors, patients or caregivers through the emotional and physical toll cancer can inflict on a person, there are few forums that promote and aid the enterprises they operate, or the services or products they offer. Through CancerBiz we all can directly support survivors, patients, and caregivers as they carry on with their lives during and after the fight against cancer.
Cancer survivors, patients, and caregivers submit their information which is subject to a verification process. Once verified as a vendor, survivors, patients or caregivers can develop their CancerBiz page to promote their business, service or product. Our annual fee, for vendors, is extremely nominal and equates to dollars per month; a concept conducive to the sincerity of CancerBiz. Buyers/supporters can peruse and shop the pages of CancerBiz with no cost and no membership sign-up.
Jay Lefevers, the founder of CancerBiz.com, is a businessman, a baseball coach, and a two-time survivor after experiences with a brain tumor (Hermangiopertcytoma) and cancer (Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma). He is also the author of "Cancer on the Brain," a memoir. "Cancer on the Brain" is the true story of his battles with a brain tumor and then cancer while running a business, being a husband and father, and coaching an inner-city Little League team to baseball victory. In 2013, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the nation's largest independent book awards organization, selected "Cancer on the Brain" as a 2013 general nonfiction finalist.
CancerBiz was established to promote "business as usual" for all cancer survivors, patients, and caregivers, and to provide hope and prosperity for their ventures, enabling them not only to survive the endless stream of medical bills but also for them to thrive in their endeavors.
Read more about Jay and his cancer story here: