News

2019 Articles

Greenville News: Meet 3 childhood cancer survivors who will add a new ingredient to CHOP! Cancer cook-off

An overview of the Clement’s Kindness involvement in the 2019 CHOP! Cancer cook-off.

2018 Articles

December
The Wall Street Journal: The Artsy Southern Town That Wants to Be the Next Portland

The park is an everyday reminder of the power of persistence and the beauty discovered along the path of even the most challenging journey.

July
Greenville News OPINION: CSP offers hope and reflection

The park is an everyday reminder of the power of persistence and the beauty discovered along the path of even the most challenging journey.

Community Journals: A long and winding journey

The path to Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park mirrors journey of cancer survivors.

Greenville News: Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park Opens

A park of remembrance, A park of faith.

2017 Articles

July
7 News WSPA: New art project honors survivors, raises money for CSPA

The Butterfly Keeper project is honoring those who’ve battled cancer and helping raise money for the new Cancer Survivors Park in Greenville .

May
The Greenville Journal: First Look at Cancer Survivors Park’s Spirit of Survivorship Bridge

The second phase of the project includes the replacement of what is known as the “cheese grater” metal bridge on the Swamp Rabbit Trail near Church Street and the Chamber of Commerce building.

February
The Greenville Journal: Swamp Rabbits to host Stick-It-To-Cancer night

In support of the Cancer Survivors Park, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits will have a Stick-It-To-Cancer game presented by Bon Secours St. Francis.

2016 Articles

September
The Greenville Journal: Caner Survivors Park breaks ground on second phase

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Sept. 27 for the second phase of the $7.5 million Cancer Survivors Park that will connect Falls and Cleveland parks along the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

August
The Greenville News: Phase two of Cancer Survivors Park set to begin

Construction on the second phase of Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park is set to begin after Labor Day.

June
The Greenville News: Cancer Survivors Park announces second CHOP! Cancer event

The Cancer Survivors Park Alliance 2016 CHOP! Cancer event will be Aug. 26 this year and feature community leaders, physicians, lawyers and others facing off in the fundraising cooking competition.

The Greenville News: Partnership honors cancer survivors

A partnership between Upstate advocacy groups asks Greenville residents to nominate someone as part of a celebration to honor cancer survivors. Nominate Your Survivor is a program within Drive to Thrive, a celebration and ball game at Fluor Field home of the Greenville Drive baseball team.

May
Town Carolina:Under The Boardwalk for Cancer Survivors Park Alliance

The Cancer Survivors Park Alliance hosted a magical evening of food, dance, and drink under a candlelit boardwalk to celebrate all lives affected by cancer.

April
The Greenville Journal: Wings over downtown

Spring is here, and butterflies have been popping up all over the place, especially in downtown Greenville. These butterflies aren’t fluttering around flowers, though; they are decorating light poles, private homes and businesses with their metal wings to support the Cancer Survivors Park.

February
Lindsey’s Lights Will Forever Shine

Lindsey’s inspirational story went national with this moving article in the Huffington Post.

Lindsey Motley loses valiant battle with cancer

The Cancer Survivors Park Alliance is incredibly sad to report that Lindsey Motley has lost her battle with cancer. She was such an inspiration to all of us at CSPA, and our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

The Greenville News: Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk opens

Just in time for World Cancer Day, the boardwalk at Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park was dedicated Thursday marking the completion of the first phase of the much anticipated project.

January
Greenville Journal: Cancer Survivor Park asks city for more money

Greenville City Council kicked off the new year with a request from the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance for an additional $500,000 to begin the second phase of the Cancer Survivors Park.