Our Partners

Thank you to our community partners

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NBCA supports community partners

North Bay Cancer Alliance is a fiscal sponsor of cancer wellness programs at both the Airport and Parkpoint health clubs.

Cancer Wellness at the Airport Clubs

The Airport Health Club offers an exercise program for people recovering from cancer. Our Cancer Wellness Program is for members and non-members with any type of cancer at any stage. This program is 10 weeks in length and free of charge to members and non-members. We meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30 – 3:00 pm in a beautiful private studio.


The program is designed to improve pain management and function so participants can better perform activities of daily living through appropriate exercise. Participants see improvements in posture, breathing, bone strength, endurance, digestion, tolerance to chemotherapy, pain, and fatigue.


The Airport Health Club Cancer Wellness program is funded through private donations from the community and is fiscally supported by the non-profit North Bay Cancer Alliance and the Airport Health Club. North Bay Cancer Alliance is an independent community resource, not affiliated with any hospital or medical group, providing a direct path to local and cancer resources and information as well as financial support for cancer patients who cannot afford to pay. The Airport Health Club donates resources to support the program.


If you would like more information or are interested in joining our Cancer Wellness program, please contact program leader Lisa Fuller at lisaf@airportclub.com

The Airport Club’s Cancer Wellness Program brochure.

Cancer Wellness at Parkpoint

North Bay Cancer Alliance is partnering with Parkpoint to offer Cancer Wellness programming. This program is free to cancer patients who are currently receiving treatments or are in any phase of recovery and we estimate each program being 10 weeks in length. Regular physical activity, including aerobic activity, strength training and stretching, can help reduce fatigue, depression and anxiety while maintaining or improving physical function. Exercise IS medicine!

  • Maintain and build strength, balance, and range of motion
  • Stay active and empowered throughout your treatment and recovery
  • Restore your energy level
  • Relax and relieve mental and emotional stress
  • Enjoy the support of a group

Avonlea Martin

Blood Donor, Cancer Healer