We give direct support to NH cancer patients in the form of
gas & grocery gift cards, paying medical, heating, and repair bills & more.
We also support NH cancer research facilities.
Chill Cares - Raising Awareness & Finding a Cure

RIP Jeff Kantor: Father, Husband, Papa, Friend

Since Chill Cares began in 2015, we have been able to raise money and donate

Thank You for Supporting Jaime!

We would like to thank everyone for all their love, support and well wishes for Jaime Lyn! Jaime is back to work at chill Spa and feeling good!


Hippo Press: Winter Festival


March 17, 2016

Jeff Kantor’s Winter Festival highlighted in a Hippo Press article! The event is being hosted by nonprofit Chill Cares, which Crissy Kantor founded last spring to help New Hampshire residents affected by cancer. Jeff Kantor’s Winter Festival, previously the New Hampshire Prostate Cancer Coalition Winter Festival, was created seven years ago by her father, John Kantor. When he died of prostate cancer in 2015, he passed the torch to Crissy and the general manager and vice president of…


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Chill Cares Fighting Cancer, Raising Awareness


January 29, 2016

Chill Cares: Fighting Cancer, Raising Awareness Manchester, NH—The heart of Chill Cares was beating long before it became a nonprofit organization in the spring of 2015. After making a difference in their community for years, a group of passionate New Hampshire natives joined forces to create Chill Cares. Coming together as one, they knew they would be able to help more people fight cancer and raise more awareness. These likeminded people have used their passion, work ethic and “just…


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Prostate Cancer Awareness


August 27, 2015

With the recent passing of Jeff Kantor, father of Chill Cares founder, Crissy Kantor, we would like everyone to take the chance to watch this video to increase awareness for Prostate Cancer. [pl_video type=”youtube” id=”To7k6xuYuqU…


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Local Women “Rock the Dress”


April 28, 2015

Here is a wonderful article about the Seeds of Hope event and how it impacts local families. “The dollars raised at “Seeds of Hope” will ensure that Norris Cotton Cancer Center remains the premier research and treatment facility in northern New England and for that we are so grateful,” said Mark Israel, Director of the Center. “We have just received the wonderful news that our application to renew our National Cancer Institute designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center was met…


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