2019 FUNDRAISING TOTAL

$2,862,854.70

AUG. 10, 2019

route:
50-mile
I Ride to Obliterate:
All Cancers
My Progress:
$1800 $1,800.00
My Goal:
$1,500

Achievements:

I want to obliterate All cancer
Survivor
Team Captain
Year 1 Obliterider
Year 2 Obliterider
Year 3 Obliterider
Year 4 Obliterider
Year 5 Obliterider
Year 6 Obliterider
Year 7 Obliterider
Previous Two-day Rider
Rider
You have reached your fundraising goal!
You have reached 75% of your goal!
You have reached 50% of your goal!
You have reached 25% of your goal!
You are a pacesetter!
You are in the High Five Club!

Donors:

I AM COMMITTED TO CURING CANCER FASTER.

I am participating in Obliteride again this year (this is my fourth year!) because I feel it is a way for me to take action to honor those who have battled cancer, support current and future cancer fighters in my life, and because I believe in the contribution that Fred Hutch is making.

Fred Hutch continues to push the envelope on Cancer research in our region and globally, including ground-breaking research and extensive clinical trials. Please join me with a donation to unlock better prevention, care and treatment. 

Our team, "Tuff Stuff," regularly raises more than $15,000 and I'm personally committed to raising at least $1500 this year. 100% of your donation goes straight to research at Fred Hutch, (not to the ride event- I paid for that). The Hutch makes it pretty easy, just click on orange donate button in the right navigation bar.

Plus, I’ll make you something yummy.

This year, a donation to Fred Hutch in any amount gets you some baked goods. Choose cookies or granola if I need to pop it in the mail, or consider scones as an additional option if you live close and I can make a delivery. Granola is same healthy-ish option as last year, made with olive oil and maple syrup and a variety of add-ins. Cookies, well, lots of options but I recommend oatmeal chocolate chip or ginger crinkles. Recent scone favorites include strawberry-rhubarb with vanilla glaze, but I can do other options with seasonal fruit, or savory if that is more your thing. 

Thank you!!!

Amy