Meet Our May Volunteer of the Month, Bev Caple

It is almost May and that means it is time to recognize a new  Volunteer of Month, Bev Caple, who is #kickingbutt in many ways! Bev is very involved in a lot of the work we do, and we are extremely grateful For all her hard work! Learn more about Bev below!

BevHow did you get involved with The Project?

I became involved after my sister died of Stage IV colon cancer. I was seeking an understanding of this senseless death.

What is most meaningful to you as a volunteer for the Project?

Providing help to individuals through serving on the Fighters’ Fund Committee and providing education to people about colon cancer prevention and this disease.

What is your motto you live by?

“It (the situation) could always be worse.”

If you could back and meet a younger version of yourself, what advice would you give?

Taking 1 day at a time really does work!

What is your favorite food?


What is one interesting fact about you that most people don’t know?

I am a breast cancer survivor.

If could have any type of wild animal as a pet, what animal would pick and what would name it?

A dolphin named Graceful

If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would you go and why?

England is on my bucket list because my sister had traced our genealogy back to this country.

If you could meet places with anyone in the world (dead or alive), who would choose and why?

I would love to meet the inventor(s) of a cure for cancer! Wouldn’t that be awesome?