The American Cancer Society is pleased to announce the grand opening of the new Suisun office located at 700 Main Street, Suite 102 at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30.
The new location offers volunteers, cancer patients and caregivers accessibility to the Society’s programs and services.
The 1,956-square-foot office space comes after the previous location burned to the ground in January 2012.
The new office enables the American Cancer Society to offer its benefits to the community with ample parking, a dedicated cancer patient room, and wig salon, and improved lighting.
The office is open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
“It was a priority for us to find a new office location that was affordable, professional and would increase our access to the cancer patients served in the Solano County area,” said Denny Cone, senior representative, community eEngagement, American Cancer Society. “Our new location has a dedicated patient services room, and enables us to better serve cancer patients with our programs and services vital to helping them through their cancer journey.”
The American Cancer Society had been serving the Fairfield community since 1990.
“We are truly honored to be part of such an amazing community. After the fire in 2012, we received generous donations to help replace our losses for cancer patients, and space to serve them,” said Cone. “We are excited to have a new location that will enable us to continue to serve the community.”
In honor of the tremendous support
received during and following the fire, the American Cancer Society
Executive Vice President David Veneziano will be joined at the festivities by the Fairfield
firefighters and other community leaders.
Details: Charaighn Sesock, 559-451-0163, or 559-972-4877.