Honor a cancer survivor.
Remember a loved one.
Put a face on the fight against cancer.
You’ll do all of these when add a photo to the Pan-Mass Challenge jersey I’ll wear in my 200-mile ride across Massachusetts in the 2014 PMC, where it will be seen by thousands of people cheering for our ride to make cancer history. Every rider and volunteer is 100 percent committed to curing cancer, and thanks to the fees they pay and generous event sponsors, 100 percent of your donation goes directly to cancer researchers, patients and doctors.
Chemotherapy was invented at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and it continues to develop new, innovative and powerful treatments, such as the first vaccine for prostate cancer. Your $100 donation and photo on my jersey supports today’s efforts to develop tomorrow’s cures.
To place a photo on the jersey, simply donate $100 or more to my ride.
Go the extra mile and get your own jersey when you donate $250 or more to my ride.
Wearing these jerseys from past rides, I carry with me the memories of all my family and friends affected by, and sometimes lost to, cancer. Struggling up hills, freezing through slicing icy winds and sweating through the sauna that is summer in DC, I think of you all, and those thoughts flatten the hills, warm my heart and fill my water bottle with an iced latte. OK…maybe not that last one, but seriously, although I’m carrying all of you with me, it’s you who carry me forward.
And I’d love to be able to show all of you to my fellow riders as well.
Please join me on my ride, or send a friend or loved one along with me–donate today.