REED CITY\u00a0-\u00a0Coping with a cancer diagnosis is very stressful, not to\u00a0mention the burden of traveling for treatment every week, sometimes more than 30 times\u00a0over the course of several months. Driving to the cancer center, getting out of the car,\u00a0checking in and finding their way around the new Susan P. Wheatlake Cancer Center in\u00a0Reed City can be intimidating to a newly diagnosed patient. That's where cancer center\u00a0patients need your help. The Susan P. Wheatlake Regional Cancer Center is seeking greeters and wayfinding\u00a0volunteers to assist cancer patients in checking in and navigating through the center. "This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is people-oriented and wants to stay active," said Christie Carlson, development director at Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital. "We provide all of the training, encouragement and support, and in return we just ask for 4 hours a week of your time." Volunteers can help from either 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers not only\u00a0reap the personal benefits of directly helping cancer patients and families; the hospital\u00a0offers free lunch, membership to the Healthy Lifestyles Gym in the Vic's Plaza Shopping\u00a0Center (inside the Rehab Services building) and other incentives. "As a nonprofit charitable organization, we rely on our community for support in so many\u00a0ways," Carlson added. "If you can give your time and talent, please come see us!" For more information or to volunteer, please call 231.832.6659 or email\email@example.com.