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I'm back for a third year ....
If you know me then you know why I'm doing this. After nearly 11 years, 4 recurrences and a bone marrow transplant mum succumbed to AML on December 22nd 2017. Knowing that there's still no cure for people like mum means that I'm back for another year. Another year of training, and riding but most importantly another year of fundraising.
I know that a world without cancer is an impossibility but I dream of a world where a cancer diagnosis comes with a treatment plan and cancer is always a survivable disease. Where nobody has to suffer through the current cancer treatments and we stop losing people far too young. I'm not a doctor, a nurse or a scientist - this is the only way I can make a difference, and you can help me. We've made a lot of progress but there's still more to do. Your donation will help us to move towards that world. In return I will spend my days until the end of June training and doing everything I can to get myself through those 400km! Please help me to make this dream come true.
Now onto the official information....
I am participating in Ride2Survive to support the mission of the Canadian Cancer Society.
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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