Sea A Cure

Friends of the Seafood Industry
  • My Goal:
  • $40,000
  • Raised So Far:
  • $18,499
  • # of Donations:
  • 51
$18499 of $40000 goal
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Over ten years ago our industry came together and collectively raised over $40,000 for cancer research. This overwhelming generosity and success of Sea A Cure was moving but not that much of a surprise as it is likely you know someone who has been diagnosed with cancer – perhaps you or your spouse; relative, coworker, neighbor or friend – someone in your life’s circle who has heard the words, “You have cancer.” 

Fast forward to today. October was National Seafood Month and Breast Cancer Awareness month. In just one month we raised over $18,000.

This February in collaboration with The City of Hope & the American Heart Association we continue to promote the healthy benefits of eating seafood. As former chair of the American Heart Association's nutrition committee and professor at Tufts University in Boston, Dr. Alice Lichtenstein said, “For someone who is not habitually eating fish, any fish is better than no fish,”  She later added that eating seafood twice a week is, "“Not new advice,” she adds. “The problem is people don’t seem to embrace it.” (Read the entire AHA article on Eating Seafood for the Heart.

Join Sea A Cure February for American Heart Month into March for Stroke Prevention Month as well as National Nutrition Month. You can find us active on Facebook & Twitter for different ways to join the Sea A Cure movement! 

 

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Over ten years ago our industry came together and collectively raised over $40,000 for cancer research. This overwhelming generosity and success of Sea A Cure was moving but not that much of a surprise as it is likely you know someone who has been diagnosed with cancer – perhaps you or your spouse; relative, coworker, neighbor or friend – someone in your life’s circle who has heard the words, “You have cancer.” 

Fast forward to today. October was National Seafood Month and Breast Cancer Awareness month. In just one month we raised over $18,000.

This February in collaboration with The City of Hope & the American Heart Association we continue to promote the healthy benefits of eating seafood. As former chair of the American Heart Association's nutrition committee and professor at Tufts University in Boston, Dr. Alice Lichtenstein said, “For someone who is not habitually eating fish, any fish is better than no fish,”  She later added that eating seafood twice a week is, "“Not new advice,” she adds. “The problem is people don’t seem to embrace it.” (Read the entire AHA article on Eating Seafood for the Heart.

Join Sea A Cure February for American Heart Month into March for Stroke Prevention Month as well as National Nutrition Month. You can find us active on Facebook & Twitter for different ways to join the Sea A Cure movement! 

 

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