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A Benefit in the Hamptons

Benefit in the Hamptons with Alec BaldwinSaturday, Aug. 25, 2012
5 - 7 p.m.

Hosted by Alec Baldwin, Dennis Erdman, and PCRM president Neal Barnard, M.D., at the Amagansett home of John Bradham.

Limited space—don’t miss this very special evening!

Tickets can be purchased at PCRM.org/Hamptons or by contacting Debbi Miller at 202-527-7340 or dmiller@PCRM.org.

Creating a Compassionate Future

Most of us want to be sure that our work for a more compassionate world carries on well into the future. A simple bequest provision can make that happen. Investment accounts and tangible property, such as real estate and artwork, can be identified in a will and designated to benefit a particular person or organization. Many people are now creating wills at a younger age, and it’s never too early if you have assets to pass along. PCRM recommends working with an attorney specializing in wills. The cost for creating a basic will is very reasonable, and the resulting peace of mind is invaluable. Every five years, you should evaluate your will and make updates as needed.

Members who include PCRM in their wills are part of our special group of Lifetime Partners. To learn more about our Lifetime Partner program and about creating a will, visit PCRM.PlanYourLegacy.org.

NEW! PCRM’s VegRUN Marathon Training Program

We love plant-strong athletes! PCRM’s VegRUN marathon and half marathon training program is a great way to get ready for your fall races and help support PCRM’s lifesaving work. VegRUN runners will have access to Matt Frazier’s No Meat Athlete Marathon or Half Marathon Roadmap and will receive helpful training tips, favorite plant-based training recipes, and advice from celebrity coaches such as Scott Jurek, Brendan Brazier, Rich Roll, Rip Esselstyn, and Chirstine Vardaros.

Participants can also share their training stories, questions, and pictures with other VegRUNners in an online forum monitored by running and nutrition experts. Runners have the opportunity to earn terrific prizes such as a VegRUN technical running shirt, a selection of books and items from our celebrity coaches, and other running gear and products.

Train with PCRM for your fall marathon or half marathon and everybody wins!

To register today, go to VegRUN.org. For more information, contact P.J. Murphy at 202-527-7372 or pmurphy@PCRM.org.

“Smart-Giving” Seminar Series

Smart-Giving Seminar SeriesIn May, PCRM teamed up with Royal Bank of Canada to bring members complimentary webinars on helpful information for estate planning. From explaining the ins and outs of charitable deductions to creating a will or trust, these informative sessions provide tools for setting up an estate plan that allows you to care best for the people and causes that mean so much to you. If you would like a copy of the webinar, please contact Betsy Wason at 202-527-7366 or bwason@PCRM.org.

Holistic Holiday at Sea

The ultimate experience for your mind, body, and spirit. Enjoy gourmet vegan meals, nightly socials, and dozens of presentations by a lineup of luminaries and stars, including Neal Barnard, M.D.; T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.; Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., M.D.; vegan best-selling cookbook authors Rory Freedman and Colleen Patrick-Goudreau; and many more! Book early for best rates and availability.

ATasteofHealth.org or call 1-800-496-0989 (U.S.) or 1-828-749-9537.

Chosen by National Geographic Traveler as “One of the 100 best worldwide vacations to enrich your life.”
 



 

Good Medicine: Humanizing Medical Education

Good Medicine
Summer 2012
Vol. XXI, No. 3

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