To make a donation online go here.
Mail your checks along with your name to:
Prostate Cancer Foundation
Attn: Eat it To Beat it
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
No! Each Thursday we will provide – by email and posting to the Facebook Group – a list of foods for the following week. You can pick from this list or make your own plans using the complete list of foods.
Once you join the Facebook group and request your welcome gift, we will send you a kit with some tools to help you keep track.
All donations made to a Facebook fundraiser must be reversed through Facebook. Please follow the below steps to contact Facebook support:
- While logged into Facebook (you must be logged in or else you are taken to a page about disabled accounts) go to https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/1032538800469748
- You should see the below screen.
- Then you go through the steps: Charity Donation > I donated to a fundraiser on Facebook > Refund for my donation > Other reason and then you can pick the donation
The fastest way to locate your Facebook fundraiser is to visit: https://www.facebook.com/fundraisers/manage/. If you are unable to locate your fundraiser using this link, please visit your personal Facebook page then scroll down until you see an icon to access your fundraiser. If your fundraiser is still active, you should be able to locate it from your personal Facebook page.
When you join the Facebook group and sign up for your welcome kit, we will send you tools to track your foods. If you are not participating through Facebook, you can download the Eat it To Beat it periodic table, view the list of 30 foods and get a free copy of the Science of Living Well, Beyond Cancer here: https://www.pcf.org/30foods/.
Once the challenge is over, we will provide details on how to submit your completed periodic table here: PCF.org/eat
Healthy eating habits can benefit prostate cancer patients, their families, and anyone who wants to reduce their risk of cancer and chronic disease. Dietary factors are implicated in prostate cancer, and many of the foods on this list contain natural antioxidants and other cancer-fighting compounds. Join the challenge to see more about the latest research on lifestyle factors and prostate cancer.