The websites listed below offer opportunities for sarcoma and cancer patients as well as their family members to connect with one another.


This is the Sarcoma Alliance’s Facebook page. It is open to anyone. Join discussion groups, post to the wall, find out about events, and share photos. Find and make friends through our growing network.

I’m Too Young for This
The I’m Too Young for This website’s Young Adult Cancer Community includes a comprehensive list of social networking sites and forums, chatrooms, and bulletin boards. The organization also has local chapters and a list of youth organizations.

Planet Cancer, Connect
The goal of Planet Cancer is to create an international network of young adults, ready and willing to help one another through what may well be the most difficult experience of their lives. This page has a variety of ways to connect: a forum, networking groups, one-on-one support, programs, and events.

Group Loop
Group Loop provides online support for teens with cancer and their parents. It has discussion boards, online support groups, and other opportunities for teens with cancer to connect.

No Worries Now Foundation
No Worries Now, formally known as the Shiri Foundation, is a nonprofit that believes every teen should have the opportunity to attend prom. So, they organize proms for teens with life-threatening illnesses who may not have the chance to attend their own.

Teens Living with Cancer
Teens Living with Cancer provides support designed to enhance a teen’s quality of life, based on real-life experiences of teens with cancer, their families and friends. This is their discussion board.

Young Survival Coalition
The Young Survival Coalition is a network of breast cancer survivors and supporters dedicated to the concerns and issues unique to young women with breast cancer. This is their forums.

Young Adult Cancer Canada
Real Time Cancer is an initiative of Young Adult Cancer Canada. Their Community page includes profiles, a discussion board, and a blog.