I want to thank you for your generosity and support. We have currently 15 riders on our team and although I have reached my individual $2500 target, we are a long way from making sure all the team crosses the finish line together. OHANA means family – and family means nobody get left behind or forgotten. If you are going to donate, please select my daughters - Megan or Rachel, my family (Donna or Ted) or my friends that are joining me in this Epic ride. Some of our team riders have updated their own personal page to tell you how Cancer has affected them, their family and their friends. Not all stories are sad - many have happy endings. Stay tune as we will be doing some fundraising events down the road - a chance to catch up, rekindle some memories, share a few stories, shed a tear or two and most importantly, raise some money so a cure can be found.
We are on a conquest. We have decided to team up for the Ride to Conquer Cancer, presented by Silver Wheaton benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation.
The Ride is an epic, two-day cycling event taking place on August 26-27 that spans over 200 kilometers!
The money we raise for the Ride to Conquer Cancer will benefit the BC Cancer Foundation and support leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers whose search for new discoveries and improved patient outcomes will have a real impact in our communities throughout the province, across Canada, and around the world.
Since 2009, the Ride has raised $77 million for the BC Cancer Foundation and is B.C.’s largest cycling fundraiser.
This can be your opportunity to do something challenging and rewarding in so many ways. And you won’t do it alone. We will be doing training rides, helping each other fundraise and generating awareness for critical cancer research.
Please donate to us or join us. Thank you in advance for your support!
The BC Cancer Foundation is the largest charitable funder of cancer research in the province, supporting leading-edge cancer research at the BC Cancer Agency that has a direct impact in improving cancer care across the province.