Alone But Together Bike Ride
Ride 15, 33, or 64 mileson June 6th or 7th.
“As a biking community, we are not letting COVID-19 interrupt the transformative work of Less Cancer. We are appealing to cyclists across the nation to join the virtual ride on June 6th and 7th. Please consider joining the ride and raising funds for this critical cause."
Team Less Cancer
Where Your Donation Goes?
Less Cancer develops educational tools to advance and secure public health addressing increased incidences of cancer.
Next Generation Choices Foundation (NGCF or Less Cancer), lesscancer.org, promotes a prevention paradigm for addressing this alarming trend and raises awareness of cancer prevention to make risk reduction and prevention a vital part of the cancer paradigm. This is a departure from previous treatment-focused approaches that talked about beating, conquering, or curing cancer. Many cancers are preventable by reducing risk factors, such as lead corrosion in water supply and infrastructure, use of tobacco products, ultraviolet light exposure, asbestos exposure, specific contaminants, and pollution sources, and promoting healthy lifestyle choices, such as diet, exercise, and nutrition.
See Less Cancer program at the University Virginia’s School of Medicine Continuing Medical School
Next Generation Choices Foundation
The Next Generation Choices Foundation, also known as Less Cancer, is an American nonprofit organization (501(c)(3)) founded by Bill Couzens in 2004 to educate the public about cancer prevention through digital media and community-supported programming. Less Cancer seeks to make risk reduction and prevention vital parts of cancer cures. The organization's goal is to increase public awareness about cancer prevention, including sharing information about environment- and food-based causes of cancer. They also provide information on risk-reduction strategies; changing community or corporate practices and products; and sharing information about healthy lifestyle choices.