They have raised 4.1 million so far, toward their goal of 5.7 million.
Cancer survivor Anne Farry gave a quarter of a million dolllars to the campaign.
She was hospitalized for her chronic leukemia when she had to be taken to her doctor's office for chemotherapy. That's when she realized all cancer services weren't under one roof.
"And because the cancer center is one and a half blocks from the hosptial, I had to be transported with an ambulance from the doctor's office to the hospital. That's how I had to get there and that's why I'm so anxious for the cancer cancer to be up and running."
The new cancer center will have all cancer services under one roof.
The cancer center is expected to be completed this summer.