By expanding awareness, The Peony Project and its members are determined to grow healthier families and communities to aid in the fight against women's cancers, one life at a time. Founded by the friends and family of Georgia Cord, The Peony Project hosts a series of educational events throughout the year, each focused on a special topic related to women's health, wellness, and cancer prevention. Experts in the field of early detection, prevention, genetics, nutrition, and green living lead open discussions and answer questions in an intimate setting. The Project is educational, inspirational, empowering, and potentially life-saving. Mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and the men who love them gather at Peony Events to learn from top physicians, women's cancer specialists, and lifestyle experts. The resulting conversations, questions, and insights emerge as profound calls to action. We aim to arm participants with the knowledge necessary to prevent and fight cancer on individual, local, and global levels. The Peony Project is an initiative of the Lynne Cohen Foundation, which combats women's cancers through education, prevention, and community.