.Zoe’s Day of Beauty – honoring Zoe Quinn Francis Zoe's Day of Beauty

This program provides cancer patients and their caregivers, being treated at The Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, a day of pampering which includes haircuts,  manicures, pedicures, and massage therapy. This program is made possible through a grant from The Zoe Quinn Francis Fund in memory and in honor of Zoe Quinn Francis, a very special, brilliant, and brave little girl whose beautiful smile and amazing giggle touched the lives of all who knew her.

 

Infusion Center Massage

Infusion Center Massage

Bi-Monthly the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation sends an Oncology certified massage therapist to the infusion center of five different hospitals that we are affiliated with.  The massage therapist massagesa the patients hands and/or feet while they receive their infusion treatment.  This program is a patient favorite!

 

 

 

Music Therapy                                 
Music therapy is the use of music to help provide distraction from symptoms and side effects and to promote relaxation. The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation provides a music therapist to infusion centers.  The music therapist moves around the infusion center playing relaxing guitar music.  

 

 

Meditation 

The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation offers a meditation program to cancer patients and their caregivers.  We provide a licensed social worker who specializes in meditation to run the program.  This program provides an hour of meditation, deep breathing and relaxation with a group of people who are all struggling whith the challanges that go along with battling cancer.

 

 

Annual Wellness Retreat – honoring Mark Hollingsworth

Once a year, the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation offers an all day Wellness Retreat at Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center. We start the day out with breakfast and art therapy.  Then the participants gather as a group and are instructed by a licensed meditation specialist on the benefits of meditation.  Next, we have demonstrations from licensed nutritionists on health promoting smoothies and juices as well as healing soups and broths.  After lunch, we move on to the Look Good, Feel Better part of the retreat where cancer patients are shown the best way to care for their skin during harsh cancer treatments.  Participants are also shown how to draw on eye brows and put on make-up to make themselves feel the best they can.  This section of the retreat is run by a licensed aesthetician and make-up artist.  Lastly, the group is presented with a Wellness Seminar focusing on toxin free products and tips to living a Wellness Lifestyle.