At the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion (LCRP) at St. Joseph’s/Candler, advanced technology and compassionate care combine to create one of the most innovative oncology programs in the Southeast. It was named in honor of the generous support provided by Nancy and J.C. Lewis, one of Savannah’s most philanthropic families.


The LCRP is home to a cadre of highly trained cancer specialists, high-impact technological screening and treatment, research and clinical trials, community outreach and education and an outstanding array of services specific to cancer patients and their families.


At the LCRP a new form of cancer care has evolved that promotes:

  • Patient-first care among all services from medical to supportive care
  • Collaboration with your primary care physician and our multidisciplinary medical teams in the development of your care plan
  • Convenient patient access
  • Programs to enhance the doctor-patient relationship
  • Appropriate complementary therapies
  • Comprehensive clinical care using advanced technologies





Crowdrise is about giving back, raising tons of money for charity and having the most fun in the world while doing it. Crowdrise is way more fun than anything else aside from being all nervous about trying to kiss a girl for the first time and her not saying something like “you’ve got to be kidding me.”

The Crowdrise community was named a “Top 25 Best Global Philanthropist” by Barron’s. We’re trying to keep Crowdrise a secret so please don’t tell anyone but know that, as soon as you Sign Up (which is free and takes all of 8 seconds), you’ll be a part of something really special.


The Crowdrise site is a unique blend of online fundraising, crowdsourcing, social networking, contests, and other nice stuff. If you don’t understand anything on the site, please check out the How It Works Page or How it Works Video or just ask any fifteen year old.