Welcome to Glen's R2S Page
This is the 15th year of the Ride2Survive. Over the last 14 years more than $7M has been raised. 100% of the money raised has been donated directly to the Canadian Cancer Society as 100% of the costs of the ride are covered by the registration fees of the riders like me.
In all liklihood this will be the last year of the ride and our goal this year is to raise an audacious $1M between the 150 riders and probably close to 100 crew (all volunteering their time), an average of $4000/person.
I'm asking for your help again to do my part in reaching the ride goal. I am committed to doing the training required and to make the ride from Kelowna to Vancouver (400km - 16 hours on the bike) in one day to raise awareness. This requires me spending most of my weekends and evenings riding 1000's of kilometers on the road and the trainer before the ride in June. I'm asking you to reach into your hearts and your wallets and simply make a contribution.
Some people say there are lots of ways to contribute to cancer research, treatment, prevention, and patient/family support, but I don't think there are any other ones like the R2S where 100% of your donations go directly to the cause. Please help me make a difference.
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is that everyone is inspired to do something that makes a positive difference in their world… and that we are riding for fun because cancer has been beaten.
Our mission is to raise money for cancer research.
- We are 100% volunteer driven.
- 100% research driven.
- 100% health driven.
- And 100% of your donation goes to research through the Canadian Cancer Society.
Please pledge me and help me reach my fundraising goal! Every pledge takes us one step further in the fight against cancer. Online pledging is secure and it saves the Canadian Cancer Society money by reducing administrative costs.
Thanks for your support!
About the Canadian Cancer Society
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit www.cancer.ca.
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