Cancer survivor, Pam Whitehead thought so back in 2000 when left on her own to rebuild after the devastation of cancer treatment. She was just one person with an idea that soon grew into the Sacramento community standard in cancer recovery that is now Triumph Fitness. Her vision was to bridge the gap between “last cancer treatment”, and living the lifestyle of an “active, independent person”; and to offer the program at NO COST to survivors.
One person was all it took to start a program that rehabilitates survivors after cancer treatment in a caring, safe environment with peers and specialists who understand what surviving cancer means.
Now we need YOU. Your contributions of time, money, and outreach are what keep Triumph Fitness and our other programs available to cancer survivors.
Join us on June 15th at the spectacular Helwig Winery Amphitheater for our annual benefit concert! This year’s concert features San Francisco’s own: The Cheeseballs! This high energy band will bring a funk, soul and R&B vibe to the vineyard. Enjoy a delicious gourmet picnic dinner for 2 packed in an insulated tote with a bottle of wine. Our Live and Silent auctions will feature vacation homes in Kona and Lake Tahoe, wine, jewelry, original artwork and more! Watch the sun set over the vineyards while celebrating a night of Triumph with us.
MAY 7, 2020
This annual day of giving puts a 24-hour spotlight on local nonprofits doing good in the Sacramento area. The community is invited to Give Where their Heart Is. Support Triumph by volunteering a shift during our 24-hour online campaign and donating on May 2.
DECEMBER 3, 2019
On this international day of charitable giving, please remember to #GiveTriumph! By supporting Triumph on Giving Tuesday, you help a survivor take their life back from cancer treatment.