Gift of Life, Saving Lives in Southeast Texas - A premier cancer-fighting organization in Texas. Our goal remains the same - to sustain the Gift of Life's impact as a life-changing and life-saving force.

  • Mission Statement - Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Program - Our mission is to provide Southeast Texans educational outreach that focuses on breast, prostate, testicular, ovarian cancers.
  • Program Overview - Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Program - The "Gift of Life" Program is a non-profit organization in Beaumont, Texas funded more than 26,000 free mammograms and 8,000 free prostate cancer screenings
  • History of the Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Program - The “Gift of Life” Program was established in Beaumont, Texas in 1994 and is one of the largest cancer screening initiatives in the state of Texas.
  • Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Prostate Cancer Program - Among American men, prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer. The Prostate Cancer Program has provided nearly 8,000 free screenings.
  • "Gift of Life" Educational Outreach Program - The Sidney "Chief" Dauphin Educational Outreach Program provides awareness info and materials to individuals, empowering them to take charge of their health
  • Volunteer Opportunities with the "Gift of Life" Program - Gift of Life volunteers are the cornerstone of all our programs and services. Each year over 600 volunteers devote more than 8,200 hours of service.
  • Donate to the "Gift of Life" to Save Lives in Southeast Texas - Donate to the Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Program to truly make a difference and save the lives of men and women in Southeast Texas.
  • Who We Are at the "Gift of Life" Program - "Gift of Life” consistently integrates complementary programming into its framework, along with avenues in cancer awareness, prevention, and early detection
  • Gift of Life & Motiva Provide Lifesaving Cancer Screenings - Thanks to the extraordinary support of Motiva, nearly 40 medically underserved Southeast Texas women received free mammograms from the Gift of Life.

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