BigNews.Biz - Jul 29,2011 - Mel Lifshitz joins the Rallye Des Alpes Azur, a charity oriented event organized to raise funds to support Chana, a group consists of women who have infertility problems. It was founded in 1994 by a group of woman plagued with difficulty conceiving. It has since developed into a highly respected, professional, non-profit-making charity, based in and serving the Jewish community.
Mel, along with over 80 internationally recognized philanthropists and auto enthusiasts, participates in the 600-kilometer rally which raises hundreds of thousands of Euros for the Chana organization. Hehas an exciting opportunity to drive through the mountains, sweeping countryside and the best roads in the South France .
All the participants support further scientific research into infertility problems and help provide assistance to families dealing with this difficult and frustrating problem. Chana has helped hundreds of couples to better understand and deal with the challenges of infertility and has supported them every step of the way.
Chana provides many essential services including: Specialist medical support and information; Confidential one-to-one counselling; Confidential telephone helpline; Regular update events with infertility specialists on the latest research and treatment options; Medical Advisory Panel of specialist consultants and medical practitioners. The advisory panel members may also offer expert guidance on second opinions and identifying the top relevant specialists in specific cases. Additionally, Chana offers 'Well Woman' service which informs women about a wide range of women's preventative healthcare issues, general wellbeing and gynaecological matters, and hosts special events for mothers of teenage daughters. Chana nurses are available as well to discuss, and support patients through their treatment. Male support workers offer individual consultations and support to husbands and couples.
Internet research co-ordinators are on staff to help source the latest medical information about the issues affecting you Chana News & Views magazine, prints medical updates, readers' letters and personal stories and there are books, tapes and a CD library of resources to borrow/purchase. The Buddies program is a one-to-one link with someone who has personally faced similar challenges.