Commitment to Action

Eat to Defeat Cancer

Commitment by

William W. Li, The Angiogenesis Foundation

In 2010, the Angiogenesis Foundation committed to reduce the institutional, social, and economic barriers associated with cancer by empowering individuals to adopt preventative health behaviors through dietary recommendations. Through its partnerships and engagements with individuals, nonprofit organizations, corporations, government agencies, and the media, the Angiogenesis Foundation aimed to educate one million or more individuals about the benefits of cancer-fighting foods and mobilize them to incorporate at least one of these foods into each meal, every day, for at least one year - generating one billion healthy food choices.

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Commitment

Eat to Defeat Cancer

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

7 years

Estimated Total Value

$50,000,000

Region

Asia, Europe, Middle East & North Africa, Africa

Countries

AFGHANISTAN, ALBANIA, ALGERIA, ANDORRA, ANGOLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ARGENTINA, ARMENIA, ARUBA, Australia

Commitment by

William W. Li, The Angiogenesis Foundation

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Made by Six, Mario Batali, Ohio State University, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Suzie Ivelich, Stand Up to Cancer, The Glover Park Group, Inc., Jack Loh, University Of Quebec, Institute of Food Technologists, General Mills, Inc., Colorado State University, Nathan Reagan, Louisiana State University, Michael Schlow