2019 FUNDRAISING TOTAL

$2,624,515.76

AUG. 10, 2019

route:
25-mile
I Ride to Obliterate:
Blood Cancer
My Progress:
$1613 $1,613.00
My Goal:
$1,500

Achievements:

I want to obliterate Blood 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 SAVING LIVES FASTER.

Hi Friends and Family-

It’s time to end cancer — and this summer, I’m going to help make it happen.

Will you join me?

On August 10, I’ll be riding 25 miles at Obliteride — an amazing event that links thousands of athletes and volunteers to raise critical funding for groundbreaking cancer research at Fred Hutch. This is my sixth year participating and over those years, with your help we've raised nearly $10,000, helping Fred Hutch raise more than $14 million. But cancer still isn't beat, so more help is needed to continue funding ground breaking research.

Sadly, many of us are touched by cancer. Over 30 years ago my grandfather was taken by pancreatic cancer. Another good friend of mine fought off cancer twice at a young age. A third close friend is beating bladder cancer. Last year a child in my daughter's class passed away from cancer. This disease is everywhere around us. It affects our friends and our families. We've got to do something to fight this disease and help improve outcomes for those stricken. I'm taking the fight onto my bike and hoping that you'll help me raise funds for this worthy cause or join me on my ride.

I have a big goal: I’m raising $1,500. And I can only get there with your help. We can do this together. I’ll ride and donate and you make a donation by clicking on the big Donate button at the top of this page.

You, me, and the world-changing researchers at the Hutch. Together, we’re going to cure cancer faster!

Ken