TTAC Gives Back to Charity at Their 4th Annual Charitable Gala in Nashville, TN
The Truth About Cancer (TTAC) once again fulfilled its promise to donate to charities who are working to provide healing alternatives and support for cancer patients and their families.
On December 6th, 2018, TTAC held its 4th annual charitable donation gala along with the annual Lifetime Achievement award ceremony at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee.
TTAC 2018 Charitable Donations
The following charities received charitable donations from TTAC:
Cancer Control Society – $10,000
The Cancer Control Society (CCS) is a non-profit organization that has brought life-saving information to thousands of patients and their families since 1973. The highlight of the year is when the CCS sponsors their Annual Cancer Control Convention, featuring Medical Doctors, Clinical Researchers, Nutritionists, and Authors on Alternative Medicine, sharing their latest findings for treating Cancer and Other Diseases.
Independent Cancer Research Foundation (ICRF) – $10,000
The Independent Cancer Research Foundation (ICRF) is a non-profit organization that researches and develops natural cancer treatments which can be used by cancer patients at any stage of this disease, from newly diagnosed to very advanced. Working with several thousand cancer patients every year, ICRF provides guidance and support to help them deal with and heal from their cancer. ICRF’s Cancer Tutor website is one of the best-known natural medicine online resources providing alternative cancer treatments.
Healing Strong – $10,000
Healing Strong connects, supports, and educates individuals facing cancer and other diseases with holistic, evidence-based, non-toxic therapies. They provide resources, mentoring, training, and support to groups around the world who desire to help others to heal strong and stay strong. They believe that nobody should have to heal in isolation, and everyone should have access to life-giving strategies that offer solutions to a more holistic approach to help prevent disease and combat illnesses more effectively.
Cancer Crackdown – $10,000
Cancer Crackdown helps cancer fighters and survivors to develop unique plans specific to each individual to help them succeed in winning the battle against this disease and reaching their overall health goals. They offer a wide range of resources and encouragement for those fighting, those surviving, and those that wish to prevent cancer.
The Nicolas Gonzalez Foundation – $10,000
The Nicolas Gonzalez Foundation is committed to preserving and promoting The Gonzalez Protocol: evidence-based, natural, and primarily food-based solutions with pancreatic enzyme therapy. Currently they are creating a training program for practitioners in The Gonzalez Protocol as well as organizing scientiﬁc studies to further test the protocol. They continue to promote Dr. Gonzalez’s belief in a proactive pursuit of vitality and in the body’s natural self-healing ability.
Institute for Responsible Technology (Pets & GMOs) – $10,000
The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to consumer education about the health risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food. Founded in 2003 by international bestselling author and consumer advocate, Jeffrey Smith, IRT is a world leader in educating policy makers and the public about genetically modified food. Protect Your Pets from GMOs and Pesticides is a program of the IRT.
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association – $10,000
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) is a group of member veterinarians and allies who are elevating the veterinary profession through innovation, education, and advocacy of integrative medicine. The objectives of the AHVMA are to advance and educate in the science and art of holistic veterinary medicine and to do all things necessary and desirable to encourage high standards in the care and the treatment of animals and continuing education of doctors of veterinary medicine.
Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients: Michael S. Tyrrell, Frank Cousineau, and Lorraine Rosenthal
At the event, TTAC also presented three Lifetime Achievement Awards. The first award was presented to Michael S. Tyrrell, an award-winning author, musician, composer, and producer, and founder of Wholetones. In Biblical times, music played in certain frequencies was used to heal, and Michael has rediscovered this Biblical healing modality. Michael’s goal is to bring love, healing, and motivation to a hurting world and in turn, inspire others in our generation to do the same. His award was for being a “Trailblazer in Whole Tones & Healing Frequencies.”
Lifetime Achievement Awards were also presented to Frank Cousineau and Lorraine Rosenthal, both of whom are pioneers in bringing awareness to “alternative” cancer treatments and clinics. They both have been working with Cancer Control Society for over forty years and have both dedicated their lives to share the message that there are answers for cancer. They have been instrumental in saving the lives of thousands of cancer patients who learned about “alternative” treatment options from CCS conventions. Their awards were for being “Pioneers in Alternative Cancer Treatment Awareness & Education.”
“God has truly blessed us, and we are delighted and humbled to be able to present charitable donations to these worthy organizations and amazing people,” said Charlene Bollinger, CEO and founder of The Truth About Cancer.
The Truth About Cancer charity gala and Lifetime Achievement Awards were created to build awareness and recognize leaders in medicine and health who are often overlooked by the medical establishment, which is largely funded by Big Pharma.
TheTruthAboutCancer.com has thousands of articles to help people learn to get healthy, stay healthy, prevent and even beat cancer. TTAC’s mission is to educate, inspire, support charities, and spread the truth to the world.
“We’re looking forward to an amazing 2019,” said Ty Bollinger, founder of TTAC. “Thank you for your support and for joining us and believing in our mission. Cancer is not a death sentence. There is always hope.”