Support Groups, Blogs etc

Associations / Groups

  • Fight Colorectal Cancer (USA) - A US charity. Aside from being advocacy group they also provide some awesome resources - for example a 100+ survival guide for Stage 3 and CRC sufferers -
  • Colontown (USA) - COLONTOWN is an online community of more than 50 “secret” groups on Facebook for colorectal patients, survivors, and caregivers - 
  • Bowel Cancer Australia (AU) - Bowel Cancer Australia is the leading community-funded charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer -
  • The Colon Club (USA) - The Colon Club was founded in 2003 by Molly (McMaster) Morgoslepov, who was diagnosed on her 23rd birthday, and Hannah Vogler, whose cousin and Molly’s friend, Amanda Sherwood Roberts, died of the disease at the age of 27. The Colon Club connects young adults diagnosed with colorectal cancer so they never have to feel alone -
  • Colon Cancer Coalition (USA) - Focused on fundraising to empower local communities to promote prevention and early detection of colon cancer and to provide support to those affected -
  • Wunderglo Foundation (USA) - Focussed on finding a cure for CRC -
  • Colon Cancer Alliance (USA) - Our mission is to knock colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers. We are doing this by championing prevention, funding cutting-edge research and providing the highest quality patient support services -
  • Colon Cancer Foundation (USA) - The Colon Cancer Challenge Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization registered in New York State and listed by the Federal IRS as a public charity dedicated to reducing colorectal cancer incidence and death. Our mission includes: supporting research into the causes and cures for colorectal cancer; increasing public awareness; educating the public about the importance of early detection; and forming strategic partnerships in the fight against colorectal cancer -
  • Michaels Mission (USA) - Michael’s Mission was formed as a way to honor and remember Michael Soussa. Michael was a vibrant young man when he was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at the age of 30. He underwent multiple surgeries and almost 40 months of chemotherapy and radiation. After nearly three and a half years of fighting, Michael passed away at the age of 33. His loss devastated his family, fiancée and friends, who created Michael’s Mission with the hope of honoring Michael’s legacy and helping other patients and families facing the diagnosis of colorectal cancer -


  • Tom Marsilje was something of a legend in the colon cancer patient world. He died in 2017. Tom happened to be a cancer researcher who ended up with stage 4 colon cancer, and he was therefore able to approach the experience through a very unique lens. His blog is rich with both valuable information and personal insight. 
  • If you're looking for a light hearted blog about cancer check out Danielle Haye's blog - 
  • Funny take on cancer from Kiwi comedian - here