Start your weekend with this fun and energizing activity! #waterexerciseclass WHO: Open to anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer PLUS: Their caregivers. WHEN: Saturdays, Nov. 9 – Dec. 14 TIME: 9:45 -10:45am PLACE: Island Health & Fitness pool INSTRUCTOR: Judy Urban FEE: $30 for the 6-wk session (not prorated for each class) FREE: For Island members REGISTER: Go to the front
“Escape the room” by solving all the puzzles before time runs out. Tuesday & Wednesday, Dec. 17 & 18 between 2-6:30pm at the Cornell Vet School (Schurman Hall S1-132). Pay at the door (45 min. time slots). The whole room costs $30 and works best with 2 to 6 people. For availability, questions, special accommodations,
For every person that signs up for community solar, Astral Power will donate $100 to CRC. Holiday Special (December only): when you sign up, you’ll receive a $75 VISA gift card (on top of the $100 donation to CRC!) For more information call Luca Pandolfi at (347) 419-0627 or email email@example.com at any time to learn more about
Healthy Diet Tips For Chemotherapy courtesy of ‘Breast Cancer Car Donations’
Tired of the commercialization of the holidays? Come to the Ithaca Alternative Gift Fair on Saturday, December 14 from 10-2pm at Center Ithaca! The fair offers holiday shoppers an easy way to buy gifts of charitable donations and to support their favorite causes. Honor friends and relatives with donations to causes that fit their values Bypass the annual stress of holiday shopping
Healthy Eggnog Eggnog is one of my favorite drinks to enjoy around Christmas time, but I’ve always felt that the store-bought version is a bit too heavy and calorie-dense, so I set out to create a lighter version that is also kid-friendly. Enjoy! Ingredients (Serves 4): 6 large eggs (yolk only) 1/3 cup maple syrup
Know your options as you navigate cancer and health insurance. Open Enrollment Season for Medicare and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) is NOW. Check out the updated Health Insurance Webinar Series by the OncoLink Team to help you make informed decisions about your health insurance options. The series includes six, free webinars available for you to listen
CRC/CMC Living Well With Cancer Workshops: Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7:00 pm at CRCFL (unless otherwise noted.) Parking available in the Elmira Savings Bank parking lot. Outside speakers will present various health-related topics including wellness and complementary medicine. For people dealing with any stage of cancer & their caregivers. Please join us!
December Question: “I was just diagnosed and am nervous about how to deal with the upcoming holidays and my family?” Our answer: Holiday time may seem like just about the worst time to have cancer in your family. Even the jolliest of traditions lose their luster when you are worried about your health care needs
We would like to appreciate you and celebrate all that you do for your loved ones. We are planning a caregiver event in the near future and would love your feedback on the type of event & activities you would enjoy. Please click here to answer a brief survey to help us plan the event!
Support CRC and grab some stocking stuffers while you’re at it! EVERYBODY loves these shirts! Stop by CRC, or purchase online.
WOW!! Thank you for participating in the 25th Annual Walkathon & 5K Run! We could not have asked for a more perfect day! And YOU are the reason this year’s event was such a HUGE success! Over 830 people walked or ran, and together we have raised over $177,000, helping to ensure that no one
We are excited to present two new wellness classes this Fall. Registration is now open and you must register to participate because space is limited. Classes are offered for free to those individuals affected by or diagnosed with cancer, and will be held at the Cancer Resource Center. Call CRC at 607-277-0960 to register. Unconventional
CRC caregiver client Stacey Lehman writes to tell us about her husband’s forthcoming book. In ONE HUNDRED AUTOBIOGRAPHIES: A Memoir, David Lehman, the well-known poet, critic and the series editor for The Best American Poetry, tells the story of his (provisionally) victorious battle to defeat bladder cancer (Cornell University Press Hardcover; October 15, 2019; $22.95). During the
Purchase with purpose. Shop for back to school supplies at #AmazonSmiles and Amazon donates a percentage to CRC!
Thursday, September 12, 2019 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Hotel Ithaca Celebrate our 25th Anniversary year with our kick-off party. Enjoy refreshments, speakers, Photo Booth, and displays highlighting CRC’s history from 1994 to the present and honor the community of care that CRC creates with their programs and services …..because no one should face cancer alone. Free admission.
Join us on Saturday, Sept. 7 (10AM – 3PM) for a one day seminar on the science of cancer. Cornell graduate students and faculty will explain current and emerging research topics in lay language. Who’s invited? Everyone! We want to have a mix of community members (including those personally affected by cancer, family members, and the general
Order Fresh Fruit gifts from Edible Arrangements and 20% of your order will be donated to CRC!! Visit the store at 2300 N Triphammer Rd. or call Mike at the store at 607-391-2227 (do not order through website).
Just drop off your cans & bottles at the Bottle & Can Retrieval Center and tell them to credit them to the CRC account! Address 900 W State St, Ithaca, NY 14850 Store Hours (closed 1-1:30pm) Mon-Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm Sat 8:00am – 5:00pm Sun 10:00am – 4:00pm Phone (607) 256-1879
Join us for this special mural unveiling by local artist Maryam Adib CRC 5:30-6:30pm on Wednesday, August 7th Drinks & refreshments – All welcome! Made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New
Shirts are NOT included in the registration fee, but you can order them when registering. Shirts are $15/each. We have a unisex crew neck style & a ladies V-neck slim cut. CRC can set aside a shirt for 24 hours only.
We are celebrating our 25th year of providing services to people living with and affected by cancer. Please assist us in creating an inclusive, welcoming community of support and ensuring that no one faces cancer alone. Online PayPal (NO processing fees!) GiveGab Network for Good Angel Fund By Mail Fill out this form, and send a check
It’s our life saving mission and we’re bringing it to you! #mobilmammography Tuesday, November 26, from 1pm – 7pm Ithaca Free Clinic 521 W. Seneca St., Ithaca, NY We will be providing digital screening mammograms with 3D technology for women 35 years and older: To schedule an appointment, and preregister, please call: Lourdes Hospital Central Scheduling:
Live Streamed Videos from Living Well with Cancer Workshops 11.19.19 “How to Deal with a Cancer Diagnoses During the Holiday Season” ~ Monica Vakiner 10.15.19 “RX:Exercise“ ~ Bailey Colvin 9.17.19 “Toxin Free Cleaning with Essential Oils – Supporting each other one drop at a time” ~ Danielle Prince 8.20.19 “Making Sense of Supplements” ~ Marilee Murphy, L.Ac,
We like to have feedback so we can improve our services. We have prepared a series of very short surveys, please visit the links below relating to the services that you have used. Multi-Services Assistance at the CRCFL office CRC staff and volunteers at Cayuga Medical Center The Boutique Support Groups If you prefer to
The Board of Directors and Staff of the Cancer Resource Center are pleased and excited to announce the appointment of Marilee Murphy as the new Executive Director. Marilee is a long standing resident of Ithaca and brings a strong background in health care and organizational leadership. She holds bachelor’s degrees in nutrition from Cornell University, and in nursing from Binghamton
Celebrate my birthday month, AND help me raise money for CRC in memory of Andy Norberg. Your contribution will make an impact for people in our community affected by cancer. Whether you donate $5 or $50, every little bit helps….because no one should face cancer alone. Thank you for your support!!
CRC volunteers are the foundation of our organization. They provide support to clients and staff in countless ways: visiting with patients at CMC, providing rides to doctor appointments, helping staff in the office, organizing events, and so much more! We truly couldn’t do our work without their support. Learn more about our many volunteer opportunities
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR RESEARCH STUDY The purpose of this research study is to understand the impact breast cancer has on mothers in order to improve care. This study will include a phone interview, approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour, to share your experiences. Are you a mother over the age of 18? Have you finished
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The CRC office is closed today; Tuesday February 12, 2019 due to current weather conditions
In Recognition and Appreciation of Cornell & the Campus-to-Campus Bus Cornell is such a big presence in our community that it’s easy to overlook how often it contributes to the well-being of those who live here. For the past several years, Cornell has quietly assisted thousands of area residents with cancer by providing free transportation to &
March 31, 2019 from 2 – 3:30pm First Congregational Church – 309 Highland Rd., Ithaca. Tickets can be purchased at gvgb.co/funnyithaca19 for $25/each. Thousands of area residents have connections with a local house of worship, and appreciate the important leadership and missions that are part of daily life. This work often includes support for local cancer patients and
The Cancer Resource Center and Cornell Work/Life are beginning a monthly support group for members of the Cornell community who have or have had cancer. Faculty, staff, students, and retirees who have been diagnosed with cancer are welcome. It’s an opportunity to meet one another, create a community of support, and learn about the resources available on campus and
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Register now for one of the 6-week sessions beginning March 21. The classes will help you develop tools and coping skills to assist you in managing the many challenges associated with care-giving, connect with resources, communicate more effectively, and learn to take care of yourself while caring for your loved one. For more information or
Website Please visit our Website & Facebook page. There are sections targeted to community members and students, and one that encourages the development of partnerships in other communities. There’s also a twitter feed that highlights news that we think will be of interest to cancer researchers and the patient community. We”ll continue to add new content. In particular, we want to add profiles
VOLUNTEER with CRC………..it’s a win-win for everyone! YOU – improve your mental & physical health CLIENTS – know they don’t have to face cancer alone Volunteering is not just about making a difference in the lives of others, but also helps you feel good about doing good. Contact Sharon Kaplan, Director of Volunteers at firstname.lastname@example.org,
We have reference books you can use here at the center, an extensive lending library, and a limited number of cd’s. Categories of books and cd’s for lending include: cancer in general, breast and other cancers, complementary/alternative medicines, side effects, nutrition, caregiving, mind and body, biographical, social/environmental/political, exercise and relaxation, end of life, humor and
It came without a warning. It rang through my mind like a giant gong Announcing the entrance of a mighty royal person Or the beginning of an era. It shattered the comforting tranquility That clothed my aging body, Already aching from the daily tasks Of staying alive. It startled me. I was first angered by
Cornell Law School is pleased to announce the return of our Estate Planning Practicum in the Spring of 2019. As in the past, the course will assist those who do not have access to an estate planning attorney and will provide clients with a basic estate plan that includes a last will and testament, a living will,