what we do

Culinary Medicine | Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine  | Research | Advocacy

MaxLove Project is an innovative nonprofit organization that advocates for the integration of evidence-based quality of life care and integrative medicine into standard pediatric cancer care. We do this through our support of pioneering cancer research, family-centered programs, easy-to-understand health education, and support for complementary and preventive therapies in healthcare settings. Each of these initiatives aims to improve quality of life and lower health risks for childhood cancer patients, survivors, and their families. 

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The Ohana Project

pioneering family-centered integrative medicine

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Family Support programs 

a collection of supportive care programs for families facing cancer

Culinary Medicine

cooking classes, social support, and nutrition education

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The Gold Apron Society

culinary leaders advocating for culinary medicine

Cancer Research

funding innovative cancer & nutrition research

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Farm to Fork Dinner

our powerful and completely unique yearly fundraising dinner