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what is a cwc partner?

Our partners make a multi-year minimum commitment of $2,500 (in-kind or monetary) for 3-years to our programs and services, ensuring the sustainability and stability of Cape Wellness Collaborative and continued care for cancer patients on Cape Cod. Partners receive special, year-round recognition. 

cwc partners


Cape Cancer Thrift Shop is a non-profit organization located in Barnstable that raises money by selling home furnishings and decor for organizations that support cancer care.


They chose to partner with Cape Wellness Collaborative because they wanted to have some of the monies raised go directly to cancer patients that live on Cape Cod.

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Michael & Suz Karchmer are Harwich, Massachusetts, photographers who love to capture the people and places of Cape Cod through their images. Their specialties are theater, performance, studio portraits, and iPhone photography. Since moving to the Cape in 2007, they've spent much of their time supporting community organizations. 


The Karchmers photographed many of CWC's events over the years, and during that time, they became familiar with CWC's unique and heart-touching mission. They realized how important the organization is to the individual recipients, their families, and the Cape Cod community.  


Golf Fights Cancer is a non-profit organization that taps into the passion and generosity of all golfers to raise much-needed funds for cancer-related organizations and families living with the disease. Specifically, GFC makes targeted donations for equipment, services, and/or amenities that make an immediate positive impact on treatment and the experience for both the patient and family.

GFC's transformational gift of $250,000 to Cape Wellness Collaborative has supported the recent and significant expansion of our Wellness Eats program, enabling us to offer 6 weeks of meals to our clients, purchase a walk-in freezer, and more. We are forever grateful for GFC's passion, empathy, and generosity!


Owned and operated by the husband and wife team of Jen Villa and Blane Toedt, the West End Restaurant was created out of a shared passion for excellent service and unique culinary experiences. Opening in July of 2017, restoring the magic of a 100-year building (known as The Paddock for nearly 50 years), The West End has been dedicated to creating something special for Cape Cod locals and visitors alike. Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy dinner and a cocktail in one of our vintage-inspired dining rooms. We invite you to join us as we step back in time for a few hours for a memorable experience.

In collaboration with Culinary Director Chris Shortall, The West End generously donates its kitchen space to Cape Wellness Collaborative for monthly Wellness Eats cooks. Without Chef Shortall's guidance and the use of The West End's stunning culinary space, Wellness Eats would not be possible!

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