Videos of our talented entertainers

It wouldn’t be a CRC Walk & Run without performances from our much loved Entertainers, and Cynthia Henderson leading us all in a warm-up! Zumba: Our Zumba warm-up is available here. – Cynthia’s Zumba Page  – Performing Arts for Social Change Our Walk/Run is virtual this year, but Cynthia Henderson is still right here with us to offer a



United We Stand

The CRC Board of Directors and staff acknowledge serious systemic issues of racial injustice and disparity. Our goal is to engage fully across the organization in the coming weeks and months to bring forth change and concrete action.  We look forward to sharing our work on this with you.



May Focus – Athletes & Cancer

Sponsored by ESPN Ithaca/Tompkins Weekly “Welcome to the official ESPN Facebook page, where we never get tired of talking about sports. Ever.” “Tompkins Weekly highlights the issues, people, organizations and businesses in Tompkins County. In print and online. Tompkins Weekly’s mission is to tell the stories and report the news that defines us as a



2020 Corporate Sponsors of the Month

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month Sponsored by HomeLight.  Top Syracuse real estate agents (see below). Changing the face of real estate, one happy homeowner at a time. ___________________________________ The United States Congress designated January as Cervical Health Awareness Month. Nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is preventable with



Healthy Recipes ~ By Maya Zhou

Refreshing Summer Smoothie I wanted to share one of my favorite refreshing summer smoothie recipes that I came up with while at Cornell. I make these all the time for my family, and I hope you will enjoy them too! Serve in a glass, as a smoothie bowl topped with nuts, seeds, and fruit, or freeze



Cornell and the Campus-to-Campus Bus

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 &



My Cancer

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



Ithaca Times highlights The Boutique

Every year, The Ithaca Times commits one of its cover stories to a number of non-profits in town we think have missions worth supporting. After examining a number of the plethora of groups in town looking to make our community a better place, we’ve identified seven groups we think are worth your time – and



Are you a competitive athlete and a cancer survivor?

Jessica Wood, an Ithaca College graduate student in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, is researching “Mental Toughness in Cancer Survivors with Previous Athletic Experience.” She’s recruiting athletes/cancer survivors for a study that provides insight into mental toughness and cancer. A competitive athlete is defined here as an individual who had two years of



CRC wins “Town-Gown” Award from Cornell

The Cancer Resource Center’s collaboration with the Translator Interpreter Program in Cornell Public Service Center’s was awarded a “ToGo” Award on our project to translate the cultural norms of cancer care in the United States into multiple languages to facilitate communication between patients and their health care providers.



In the News

Cancer Resource Center: Ithaca’s Network of Compassionate Folks Ithaca Times Article By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs For some, it’s a way to honor a friend lost to cancer. For others, it stems from an experience in caregiving. For many, it’s a way to help those who need it most. Whatever the motivation, a quiet, loose network of