Support Cook for Your Life at Fred Hutch
Food is a powerful tool for preventing cancer and improving survivorship. Yet for many cancer patients and survivors, the path to better nutrition can be difficult and overwhelming.
That’s where Cook for Your Life at Fred Hutch comes in. Cook for Your Life is a free online resource that offers healthy recipes, instructional videos, blog posts and other tools to help patients, survivors and their families practice healthy eating habits. Researchers at Fred Hutch are also using Cook for Your Life to advance vital studies on cancer prevention and survivorship.
To offer Cook for Your Life at no cost to our community and beyond, we count on the support of caring people like you. Your donation can help us pay for the people, equipment and technology needed to maintain Cook for Your Life as a free resource for all.
Cook for Your Life aims to reach people right where they are, whatever their resources, to help them cook and eat in a healthy way that fits their lifestyle. This smart resource makes a life-changing difference to many people. It helps those who haven’t experienced cancer before use science-based nutrition to reduce their cancer risk. For people in treatment or getting back to their lives after a diagnosis, it helps unlock healing and nourishment at a time when both are critically important.
Thanks to support from our generous donors, Cook for Your Life is growing as a patient resource and a powerful research tool. Fred Hutch scientists are studying how this resource is working, how it can work better, and how we can help more people cook in a way that is affordable, sensible and fun. These lessons have the potential to improve countless lives.
With your gift, you can support health and healing in families and neighborhoods everywhere. Thank you!
"Cook For Your Life was a safe haven of information and delicious recipes for me and my family following my diagnosis of leukemia at age 22. There are many things that lie outside of your control when you're diagnosed with cancer, but Cook For Your Life taught me how to take charge of my health in the kitchen." - Suleika Jaouad, New York Times Columnist of “Life Interrupted”