This August, I’m once again riding to accelerate the pace of lifesaving cancer research happening at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, a globally-renowned organization committed to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer, HIV/AIDS and other diseases. The 6th annual Obliteride brings together thousands of riders, walkers, volunteers, supporters, and sponsors over two days around the beautiful scenery of Seattle and Puget Sound.This is my second year participating in the event, and I am excited and honored to be a part of the Pacific Project Management team (and supporting our collective goal of raising $30,000 for this life-changing cause).
Fred Hutch scientists are the pacesetters of cancer research, discovering new ways to detect cancers earlier, developing effective treatments with fewer side effects, and learning how to prevent cancers from growing in the first place. In just five years, Obliteride has raised over $12 million and funded more than a dozen research projects happening right now at the Hutch that are giving scientists important insights into diseases like prostate cancer and lung cancer.
Ride with me, donate to my ride, and tell others about Obliteride. Any and all support is hugely appreciated.