Laurel Green

Laurel Green survived cancer in her 20s, and more than a decade later, she found herself longing to make meaning of this difficult experience. Read how volunteering with Wellspring’s young adults has given Laurel an outlet for sharing, processing and finding new joy.

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Gary Boucher

If you’ve ever been to Wellspring’s Carma House, you may recall being greeted by a robust Irishman with a booming voice and a radiant smile. Indeed, our volunteer Gary Boucher is unforgettable.

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National Volunteer Week

For National Volunteer Week we want to give a huge heartfelt thank you to all our wonderful volunteers! Your dedication is essential to Wellspring Calgary – you make everything we do possible, and we are grateful to each of you.

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Lethbridge ‘Go-Getters’ Take Steps for Cancer Support

We participated in the Wellspring Calgary’s Southern Alberta Zoom Focus Group meeting on February 25, 2021. The three of us had never met before that day, and we were all so excited to discover there were other people in Lethbridge who were interested in spreading the word about non-medical cancer support.

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Marilyn Ostryznik

This month marks my seventh year as a Wellspring Calgary volunteer. As a 20-year breast cancer survivor, this work is especially meaningful to me as I feel deeply connected to Wellspring’s vision to ensure no one has to face cancer alone.

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Judy Walton

Judy Walton didn’t have time for cancer. With a busy blended household of five kids, a husband in poor health, and a fast-paced career, her agenda was full.

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Gina Chavez

I was 28 years old with an 18-month-old baby when I found out I had cervical cancer. While it was caught at a very early stage and treatable with surgery, it meant I wasn’t able to have more children and that was not my life plan at that time.

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