As we gear up for another Mamma Jamma Ride on Sept 27, 2014, we wanted to share why it’s so important to us to partner with this amazing organization. The ride raises much needed funds for our agency and nine other local non-profits dedicated to helping Central Texans coping with breast cancer. Our share of the proceeds allows us to offer a cooking and nutrition curriculum designed just for those dealing with this disease. Cancer can ravage the body, and sometimes treatment can be even harder than the disease itself. As patients and survivors get used to the new normal, rebuilding the physical self with nutritious foods is essential. The SFC Cooking After Cancer class offers simple and key tips to help rebuild the body and control inflammation. Cancer survivor and SFC facilitator Candyce shares, "Eating seasonal and organic foods can make the body sing. As a facilitator, I have the chance to share information and prepare foods that can be transformational. And the comradeship that develops during the class is really special, like we've all been on a long, difficult journey and finally made it to shore. The reward is cooking and eating foods that have so much life, they make the body sing.” We hope you’ll support us as a rider, a virtual rider, a crew volunteer or a donor.
Interested in registering for our free SFC Cooking After Cancer class series (meets Mondays 6:00-7:30 Sept 22-Oct 27)? Email Molly!