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Thank you for choosing to support Community Health Charities of Tennessee
and our amazing Member Charities in this year's giving Campaign!

Community Health Charities improves the lives of those affected by a
disability or chronic disease by uniting caring donors in the workplace 
with our nations most trusted health charities.

Give today to the health charities you care about most!

Looking for something fun and fulfilling to do? Check out our Calendar of Events page to see what's coming up in the next few months!

Have you been thinking about volunteering, but not quite sure where you might fit in?  Look at all of the amazing Volunteer Opportunities our member charities have to offer!


Cancer: You Can Make It Work

Woman with CancerIt's no surprise that cancer is the disease that employees fear most. Approximately 40 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime. And many employees who don't have cancer take care of someone else who does.

The good news is that more than one-third of all cancers are related to lifestyle factors that can be changed, including lack of exercise, poor diet and tobacco use. Early prevention and education also improve your chances of staying cancer-free. Whether you have cancer or want to learn more about your cancer risk, these resources can help you manage cancer in the workplace.



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Mikayla is 10 years old and is in the fifth grade at Trinity Christian School. For six years, she has been a Girl Scout and also participates on the cheerleading squad. After ten months of pain and barely able to move, Mikayla was diagnosed with pauciarticular juvenile rheumatoid arthritis when she was 3 years old. 


 


 

 

                  

 

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