The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project

The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project

Find out how you can contribute your time to the future of a woman with cancer in New Mexico through helping with our events and survivor activities.  Our organization is run almost completely by volunteers. GCAP needs volunteers to continue our work. 




group activities

save the date

Second Saturday of Each Month

Circles of Hope Groups

     Gynecological Cancer Survivor

     Breast Cancer Survivor

     Caregiver of a woman with cancer

     Bereavement Support - Coming Soon

Lymphedema Support Group


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9th Annual Swing for Joy

We are excited to announce that registration is officially open for the 9th Annual Swing for Joy Golf Tournament at Sandia on September 16th!!


tHANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS

Once in a LIFETIME concert event at Popejoy Hall!


Donate today

LEARN MORE ABOUT BAND 

WATCH THE VIDEO 

then

Click link above to get your tickets!!!

Come out and have an amazing night of music... Rock ON!!


volunteer

knowledge

outreach

Support



GCAP has connections to many patient assistance resources and agencies for women with ALL cancers included in the CanDO! project (Cancer Distress is Over). We assess different areas of distress to be able to connect you to ALL the possible resources you may need to decrease your distress.

Through the generosity of private donors, corporate sponsors and community partners, 100% of individual contributions made to The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project directly support programs that benefit women with gynecological cancer. 

Dr. Kay Haney GCAP Public Library Collection

Partnership with Albuquerque Public Library 

Collection of Educational, Informational and Inspirational Books for Women's Cancers


patient assistance

library

Join Us

For more than 8 years, The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project has devoted its energy to passionately advocating and supporting women in New Mexico with gynecological and cancers.  In 2016, GCAP expanded its reach to also support women with breast cancer.