The Cancer Project Update
Spring into Good Health with Food for Life
Since 2001, The Cancer Project has been delivering its Food for Life classes to help people fight cancer. Reaching more than 160 cities in the United States, the program is also now available in Canada, Panama, Spain, and the United Kingdom. To find a class near you, visit CancerProject.org/Classes.
Wish Your Community Had a Nutrition and Cooking Program?
If you’ve ever wished that your organization, educational institution, place of worship, or community center offered a practical program on how foods can fight and prevent disease, now is the time to ask about The Cancer Project’s Educational Alliance Program. This innovative program makes it easy for institutions to offer our highly effective class series as part of their repertoire. Whether for corporate wellness, teambuilding, or enhanced programming, the Food for Life curriculum is flexible for a variety of settings and audiences.
Teachers: Ask about our Food for Life and Food for Life for Kids curricula!
More information and a request form are available at CancerProject.org/Edu.
Hope and Inspiration
One of the best things about The Cancer Project is its ability to bring people together for a common cause—supporting good health and cancer survival through healthful, plant-based diets. Every day, class attendees from our Food for Life program and other supporters from around the world share their successes with us, and we’re pleased to pass them along to you. Visit the “Personal Stories” page on CancerProject.org to read about some high-profile cancer survivors like Kris Carr, Christina Pirello, Meg Wolff, and Marlene Marcello. Their stories share a common, empowering theme that you will want to read and share with those you love.