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Help us end cancer as we know it, for everyone. By joining fellow CEOs and others in our Fit2Be Cancer Free Challenge you’re promoting cancer prevention through health activity in the workplace.

 

Research shows that poor diet and physical inactivity are two factors that can increase your cancer risk.

 

This simple, virtual challenge promotes cancer prevention, empowers employees through healthy activity in the workplace, and raises money to help end cancer as we know it, for everyone. Our Fit2be Cancer Free Challenge will kickoff on April 18, 2024 with a CEO challenge and 3-week Employee Challenge.

 

The CEO Challenge is a motivational one-day challenge where CEOs across the country compete to go the furthest distance from midnight that day until 11:59pm that evening.

 

The 3-week Employee Challenge runs from April 18 -May 9, 2024 and takes participants through a virtual journey, encouraging steps each day and engaging employees through our motivational milestones. Employees compete within their company but can also see how their company is stacking up against others on our challenge leaderboard.

 

Our Fit2Be Challenge is powered by MoveSpring for simplicity and ease. To speak with your American Cancer Society partner in DFW, please email Tressa Malone, Senior Program Manager, Corporate Relations, at tressa.malone@cancer.org.

Fit2Be Cancer Free Challenge

Recap from 2023 Fit2Be

From McKesson our #1 Team....

Each step represents our commitment to raising awareness for cancer prevention and treatment in support of the American Cancer Society and Canadian Cancer Society. For the fourth year in a row, Team McKesson placed 1st among 58 participating organizations for the most total steps with 471,785,013 and a total distance of 211,575 miles. 

When we come together, cancer doesn’t stand a chance.

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Workplace Health Assessment

The workplace health assessment tool provides companies with customized recommendations for improving the health of their workplace by maximizing the utilization of health care benefits, company policies, wellness oriented programs, communication and tracking efforts. This assessment process helps build a healthier work environment by using evidence-based strategies to control health care costs, increase employee productivity, improve morale and attract and retain employees.  
It consists of a 60 question survey focusing on benefit design, written policy, in-office programming, tracking and communication and is conducted by American Cancer Society corporate partners staff.  Companies then receive a customized, action-based report measuring the corporate health culture against national best practices and benchmarks surrounding five areas: tobacco control, cancer screening, healthy eating, physical activity and cancer care.

For more information contact: tressa.malone@cancer.org

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