Our Partners

A critical theme that led Dr. Max Gerson to develop the Gerson Therapy was totality, the notion that not one but many elements contribute to both disease, and healing. The theme of totality rings true with the Gerson Therapy today; it’s not just what we eat, but how we grow our food, the products we use, and the organizations we choose to support.

Our partners are carefully vetted and have demonstrated ethical, sustainable and mission-driven practices through community-centered education, financial responsibility, and practical solutions to the most pressing concerns of the modern age, including soil regeneration, awareness of toxic exposure, and integrating nutrition as a pillar of healthcare.

 

 

 

 


MEET A FEW OF OUR PARTNERS

 

Lauren Tucker is a community organizer and Executive Director of Kiss the Ground, a non-profit that unites an array of stakeholders to build healthy soils on a global scale. Her passion for community building has led to projects in Washington D.C., West Africa, New Orleans and Southern California.

Richard Bogar is the President of Norwalk Juicers California, Inc. and has been helping Norwalk customers for over 30 years. Richard’s passion for helping people lead a healthy lifestyle and Gerson Therapy knowledge has made him a fixture of the Gerson community.

Candace Vanderhoff is a licensed building architecture, permaculture practitioner and founder of SoloBee, a San Diego company that uses salvaged guitar wood to make homes for solitary native bees. In 2012 she collaborated with Gerson Institute to create the Charlotte Gerson Legacy Orchard at Wild Willow Farm.




HOW WE WORK WITH PARTNERS

 

Why work with these organizations?

By supporting organizations with missions surrounding food access, food education, regenerative farming, soil health and toxin-free households, we are investing in solutions to the very issues that impact people who come to Gerson to get better.

What is your relationship with partners?

We collaborate with our partners to educate our collective audiences on the issues – and solutions – that inform the decisions we make, and engage the way we interact with each other to elicit real change.

How do you choose partners?

We spend many hours carefully vetting our partners through personal, one-on-one and team interactions. By openly discussing what our organizations do, our goals and our plans to achieve those goals, we learn first-hand how our partners make decisions and frame their cause to the world.

What does Gerson Institute expect from partners?

Our partners share our vision of creating healthy communities from the bottom up and changing key components that threaten the livelihood of our health and planet, such as the soil our food is grown in, how we treat our food, access to food and food education in all communities, toxic exposure awareness and more. We expect our partners to educate based on credible information and facts, and to celebrate all who contribute to the greater good.


WHY PARTNER WITH GERSON INSTITUTE?

 

Our Legacy, Our Mission, Our Reach

The Gerson Legacy is rooted in perseverance, resilience and regeneration. When Dr. Gerson was challenged, he persevered and continued to practice. When Charlotte Gerson was told that food as medicine wasn’t viable, she was resilient and pressed on. When the Gerson Institute faced adversity, we regenerated with fresh perspective.

The Gerson mission is anchored in the education of food as medicine, reducing toxic exposure and creating a healthier world where the Gerson Therapy is not just a viable option, but a pillar of treating chronic illness.

Our reach is global, spanning not only across oceans and borders, but across elements crucial to well-being including nutrition, soil health, air and water quality, agricultural sustainability and mental health.

What We Offer

Feature on Our Partners page: our website has garnered 3.8 Million views and 2 Million sessions in the last two years. We have increased by almost 3% in the 25-34 and 55+ age demographic.

Social media: Over 270,000 followers across our social media platforms.

Monthly E-newsletter: 55,000 members of the Gerson Email Club and growing!

We Are Looking For

Partners in the field of regenerative agriculture, scientific research, non-toxic advocacy and awareness, promoters of healthy lifestyles, clean eating and food as medicine.

Domestic and International partners welcome.



 

 

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