The Foundation

Heal Yourself While Healing The World

What We Do

The Fresh Chapter Alliance Foundation (FCAF) inspires possibility, purpose, and connection in those impacted by cancer. By combining local and international volunteering with wellness programming and meaningful adventures, we reduce the isolation and depression caused by the disease. Through proven US and International programs, participants gain perspective, find community, and redefine their lives.

Why We Do It

According to the American Cancer Society, there are now more than 14.5 million cancer survivors in the United States. This number is expected to grow to nearly 19 million by 2024. (American Cancer Society).

There is a vacuum of support when it comes to helping patients redefine their lives after a cancer diagnosis. Many patients struggle with feelings of depression, isolation, fear of recurrence, survivor guilt, anger, broken relationships, and difficulty with re-entering their “normal lives”. Often these byproducts of the cancer experience go untreated and impact the mental and physical health of patients and their ability to integrate back into their families and communities. We are determined to change that.

By using volunteering as a healing mechanism and providing tangible tools for expanding the story beyond cancer, we give patients a meaningful way to start fresh.

Founder Terri Wingham talks to Stanford’s Medicine X About Survivorship & FCAF 

Terri Wingham from Stanford Anesthesia on Vimeo.

Our Vision: For people impacted by cancer to find connection, emotional healing, and renewed meaning and purpose in their lives.

Sign Up For the FCAF Tribe

If you have been impacted by cancer and want to learn more about our programs, please visit our Become A Participant page.

Transform Lives With Your Donation

Whether you’ve personally experienced cancer, lost someone to cancer, or want to be part of an innovative solution for fostering healing, your donation will change lives. Join us in shedding light on the emotional and psychological aspects of the disease while we build bridges that help patients redefine their lives.

With the support of our donors, we have successfully completed two International Programs in New Delhi, India as well as piloted a 2-day North American program in Los Angeles. In 2015, we will expand our North American programming to select cities across the United States as well as launch our first program in Africa. To learn more about corporate partnership opportunities or how we can customize a program for you, please visit our Become A Sponsor page


Fresh Chapter Alliance Foundation is a Project of Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE), a non profit public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Please note that for US Donors, Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs, or a variation of SEE will show up on your credit card statement. Your donation is tax deductible in the United States and all donations over $100 will receive a thank you letter with a tax receipt.

Please make checks payable to Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs and include “Fresh Chapter Alliance Foundation” or “FCAF” in the memo line. Checks can then be mailed to 23532 Calabasas Road, Suite A, Calabasas, CA, 91302, USA.

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Canadian Donors can make cheques payable to Fresh Chapter Alliance Foundation and mail them to 3605 Bluebonnet Road, North Vancouver, BC, V7R 4C9. FCAF is a federally registered Canadian non profit but has not yet received Registered Charity status in Canada, so tax receipts cannot be issued at this time.

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