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Pay It Forward for PBNHC!

Be the Change: Sponsor Scholarships for Underserved Communities at PBNHC 2024

As we prepare for the upcoming 2024 International Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference this September, we can’t wait to gather again as a community. Our mission at The Plantrician Project is to educate, equip, and empower healthcare professionals and community leaders with the knowledge and tools necessary to implement plant-based nutrition as a powerful tool in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. However, we recognize that access to conferences such as ours can be financially challenging for many individuals and organizations, especially those serving communities bearing the greatest burdens of chronic disease.

People who are under-resourced or from historically marginalized communities face higher rates, worse outcomes, and greater burdens for chronic diseases like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. These communities urgently need innovative approaches to healthcare built on the foundation of a WFPB lifestyle.

Introducing – Pay It Forward for PBNHC!

Who inspired your plant-based journey? 

This time, you can be the inspiration! We’re seeking supporters who can invest in establishing a group of ten scholarships for our conference for a range of providers, students and community activists serving under-resourced and medically underserved communities. By offering scholarships to attend, you will directly ‘pay it forward’ and contribute to bringing about positive change in these communities by equipping community leaders with more tools for prevention and change. 

We’re seeking angel supporters to help us pilot our new Pay It Forward program for the 2024 conference through $10,000 contributions to sponsor groups of ten scholarships. We’ll strategically utilize these scholarships to reach out to local clinics, schools, and universities in the Southern California area to plant new seeds for change with those on the frontlines of addressing health disparities.This will include tribal communities, school nurses, healthcare leaders in training, low-income/free clinic providers, and more.

In turn, for every scholarship donated, we’ll sponsor two scholarships for providers and students across the U.S. and globe to attend the conference for FREE virtually!

We have community partners eager to attend, and our first Pay It Forward supporter has confirmed sponsorship for Native American clinicians and community leaders from Mohawk, Lakota, and Navajo tribal communities—groups that face significant health disparities and chronic diseases. Let’s expand our PBNHC community and achieve even more! Join us in our mission to transform healthcare and build healthier communities through plant-based nutrition. Your generosity will make a tangible difference in the lives of countless individuals and families affected by chronic disease through the far-reaching impact of community health leaders and providers.

Your support will not only change lives but also help build a healthier, more vibrant future for all. I invite you to make a gift through the link below or connect with our team at development@plantricianproject.org to learn more.

Thank you for your consideration. Together, we can create a healthier world, one plant-based meal at a time.

Partnered in hope,

Scott Stoll, MD

Chairman, Chief Medical Officer, Co-Founder

P.S. Do you know of an organization, group, college, school district or clinic in the greater Los Angeles area that we should connect with to offer scholarships for PBNHC? We’re also looking for national/international recommendations for our virtual scholarships. We’d be grateful to hear from you! Please contact: development@plantricianproject.org 

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Want to Transform Healthcare?

Secure your spot today for the International Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, in Anaheim, CA September 20-23, 2024.

Register today for PBNHC 2024, the nation’s premier CME-accredited medical education conference focused exclusively on the scientific research conveying the efficacy of whole food, plant-based nutrition.