Wednesday, December 31, 2014

The Numbers

The Cancer Card Xchange sent gifts to 110 people with cancer in December.

The Cancer Card Xchange sent gifts to 566 people with cancer in 2014.

The Cancer Card Xchange sent gifts - filled with gift cards worth over $125,000 - to 1,351 people with cancer since 2011.

Overwhelmed with gratitude to everyone who supports CCX. We are looking forward to spreading more good in the world in 2015.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

CCX Fundraiser

People are good. 

The 2nd annual CCX fundraiser last week an overwhelming success. 

Over $6,000  was raised to brighten the day of so many people with cancer. 

A special thank you to Walt and Kelli Geminn for again opening their home to CCX supporters.

Thursday, November 27, 2014


Today we are thankful for CCX supporter, Sophie Askew, who created the design for our newest t-shirt. All proceeds will benefit our effort to brighten the day of people facing cancer.

Taking pre-orders now. 
Long sleeve, white, 100% cotton t's.

Please indicate size and quantity in PayPal notes. 
Checks accepted too (CCX, PO BOX 1004, Collierville, TN 38027). Questions, send email to

People are good.

Friday, October 3, 2014

"Unexpected kindness and generosity"

What a surprise to receive an email from a CCX recipient wanting to hold a gift card drive to help others. This letter will be going out soon to her and 3 of her co-workers' friends and family. The chain reaction of kindness continues to grow.

Feel free to copy and edit this letter to send, email or post via social media.

People are good,
Emily Thomas


I am a breast cancer survivor and I would like to tell you about a nonprofit that helped me during my illness. 

The Cancer Card Xchange is a small 501c3 nonprofit in Tennessee that collects gift card donations and sends them to verified cancer patients, simply to brighten their day. Since 2011, CCX has sent over 1,000 people gifts totaling $100,000+ in gift cards. The Cancer Card Xchange depends 100% on donations. Please see their website and their Facebook page for more information.

My first meal out after surgery was paid for by a gift card from The Cancer Card Xchange. Had it not been for these gift cards sent to me, my family and I would have had soup and sandwiches. AGAIN!

For me, it wasn't just the free meal with the gift cards that got me out of the house. It was the unexpected kindness and generosity shown by strangers which reminded me that other people cared and understood what I was going through. I was not alone. It lifted my spirits and I decided to get out of my pajamas, eat a real meal and carry on! 

Since my diagnoses and treatment, three of my co-workers also have been recipients of gifts from The Cancer Card Xchange. Each one of us was touched by these gifts and felt truly grateful. We'd like to help others get that same feeling and you can help. We are holding a gift card drive for The Cancer Card Xchange.

Please help us brighten the day of others who are facing cancer.