The STRENGTH Blanket Project

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Welcome to our fundraiser

NBCA and Mind in Motion have joined forces to present The STRENGTH Blanket Project. The project was conceived by Mind In Motion founder and motivational speaker Leigh Weinraub. The idea: wrap cancer patients in blankets of strength.

The STRENGTH Blankets we give to cancer patients free-of-charge provide physical warmth and long-lasting emotional support during their seemingly endless journey towards recovery and health.

Countless studies indicate that having a positive mindset can increase positive outcomes. Evidence also supports that positive affirmations can boost positive emotions.  When we win in our mind we enable our body to follow. THE STRENGTH Blanket Project is an avenue for you to give cancer patients the powerful message that while cancer may weaken the body it does not have to destroy their spirit.


Mind In Motion – Strength Blanket from Kent Corley on Vimeo.

The Press Democrat featured a story about the STRENGTH Blanket Project. Read it here.

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We provide funding and programs for individuals in our community who have cancer and cannot afford to pay. Many local cancer patients in our own backyard are falling through the cracks, some of whom cannot even pay to get to their appointments – that’s where You and NBCA can make a difference.

Be a Cancer Champion by making a donation today.

Your gift will help fund:

  • Appointment related expenses
  • Cancer risk assessments
  • Integrative and complementary therapies
  • Lymphedema treatments
  • Nutrition programs
  • Genetic Testing

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You can also mail your check to:

North Bay Cancer Alliance, 185 Sotoyome St., Santa Rosa, CA 95405
(NBCA Tax ID # 01-0821673)
All checks, including those for Memorial Funds, are to be made payable to: North Bay Cancer Alliance. Please indicate any special instructions in the memo section of your check.

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Questions? Reach out to:

Kent Corley, Executive Director