Voices of Echo
We could save thousands of lives every year if everyone over 50 was screened. That is why it is so important that our communities learn more about colon and rectal cancer. One of our priorities is to raise awareness about cancer prevention among our new immigrant and medically underserved populations, who lack easy access to health information in their native languages. ECHO fills that void in Minnesota, and we are thrilled to partner with them in this unique venture.
Health Disparities Manager, American Cancer Society
Make a contribution today to help ensure that everyone can be healthy, be safe and be ready.
Find out how to join ECHO’s team of dedicated community volunteers. There are many ways to get involved – explore the options and pick the one that’s best for you.
Meet ECHO community spokespersons at health, safety and outreach events around the Twin Cities.
Help spread the word about ECHO resources and services to limited English speaking communities everywhere.
Partner with ECHO to bring critical education and emergency information to limited English speakers.
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