1.8 million people will be diagnosed with cancer this year.
We're on a mission to nourish as many cancer recoveries as possible. Here's How.
One Less Worry
We recognize that food is often the last thing someone is thinking about when diagnosed with cancer. We know this because we've been there. We're constantly listening, learning, and putting ourselves in the shoes of those we serve to make mealtime truly one less worry.
We don't deliver raw ingredients and expect people to fend for themselves. We partner with local chefs and restaurants so that every meal safeguards dignity, brings back the joy of looking forward to mealtime, and gives patients the chance to feel hungry again.
An Unconditional Lifeline
What happens when the meal train is gone? What happens if it never arrives? Culinary Care is providing meals today, but we're also building an unconditional lifeline for tomorrow -- a place where anyone can turn to when they need help.
A meal changed her life, and now it's changing thousands of other lives.
At 23 years old, Courtney decided to turn the pain of losing her father to lung cancer into something that could honor his memory in a positive way. You can do the same.
1 in 5 cancer deaths each year are a direct consequence of malnutrition.
For people like David, a good meal is what's keeping his weight up and treatment plan on track.