My name is David and I am riding in my second year as a member of the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team. I’m honoured to be named this year’s co-captain and ride alongside other law enforcement officers and first responders who share the same passion for serving and helping others in our communities. Being a part of the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team is very rewarding and the experience of the tour is unlike anything else I have ever done. Throughout the year you develop a special bond with your teammates as you spend countless hours together beginning with the orientation night, continuing with fundraising and training rides, and ending with the nine days of the Tour de Valley.
This year is special for many riders, myself included, as we ride in honour of our friend and teammate, Abbotsford Police Constable John Davidson, who was killed in the line of duty. John was passionate about Cops for Cancer and it was evident in everything he did for this cause. We will always remember #386.
Why do I ride?
I ride because I want to use whatever means and ability I have to make a difference in the lives of the kids and families affected by cancer.
I ride because I want to do my part in bringing awareness to local communities about cancer prevention.
I ride because the money raised will help further pediatric cancer research.
I ride because I support Camp Good Times and the smiles it brings to the kids.
I ride because I can; and I will stand in solidarity with the truly brave kids and families who are battling cancer each and every day.
Please donate generously to my page and help me reach my fundraising goal!
A donation of any amount makes a huge difference.
Thank you so much for all of your support!
P.S Online donations are secure and saves the Canadian Cancer Society money by reducing administrative costs.
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