Introducing Woodchuck® Private Reserve Pink
February 13, 2013
Vermont is part of what makes up Woodchuck® Hard Cider’s soul. Woodchuck® was started here in 1991 and has grown to national notoriety while remaining firmly rooted in Vermont’s Green Mountains.
It is with that in mind that we launch our latest Private Reserve Cider. Woodchuck® Pink is cider with its sights set on improving our local community.
We are really excited about this cider, as it not only supports a great cause, but it also tastes really good! We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Woodchuck® Pink will be hitting store shelves in the weeks ahead check our locator for where to find it in your area! The Woodchuck Locator.
For more information on Dragonheart Vermont’s Survivorship NOW initiative: www.survivorshipnowvt.org
For more information on Cancer Survivor Networks across the country and to get involved in your own community check out these websites:
NCCS – National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
NCCS is the oldest survivor-led organization advocating for quality care for all people affected by cancer. They provide tools and resources to help survivors navigate their cancer journey from diagnosis through treatment.
American cancer society has a National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center. It’s a collaboration between the American Cancer society and the George Washington Cancer Institute. Common goal of improving the quality of life of cancer survivors as they transition from treatment to recovery.
National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation
26th annual National Cancer Survivors Day June 2, 2013. Event held in hundreds of communities in June.
This is a National African American Breast Cancer Survivorship Organization. They are committed to increasing local and national attention to the impact that breast cancer has in the African American community. Only one in the US.
Information for living with breast cancer. Financial support, day to day physical and emotional support. Survivorship A to Z is an independent not-for-profit corporation consisting of a small but dedicated staff, volunteer experts, volunteers living after a cancer diagnosis, patient advocates and caregivers.
LBBC is a program assisting the newly diagnosed, those in treatment, and recently completed treatment, years beyond fighting, or living with metastatic breast cancer.
Supports the use of survivorship care plans. Journey forward has a survivorship care plan that coordinates post treatment plans for the survivor and their healthcare team. This can include, patient diagnosis and treatment summary, follow up tests, symptoms to watch for, support resources, recommended interventions.Back to Blog