I’m Obliteriding to cure cancer faster — and I need your support!
This August, I’m joining thousands of people in Seattle to bike, run, walk, and raise money to obliterate cancer.
I’m doing this because I’m ready for a world where no family has to fear this disease. We’re making progress, but we have a long way to go: One in three people will still face cancer in their lifetime.
Every Obliteride-raised dollar goes to lifesaving research at Fred Hutch — and the Hutch won’t stop until they have cures for all cancers. Already, researchers there are advancing innovative treatments, ramping up prevention and diagnosis, and bringing together the best minds in science, tech, and business to save more lives, more quickly.
We are at a pivotal moment for breakthrough discoveries. Every day brings exciting news in areas such as immunotherapy and precision medicine, but we need to do more, and faster. This year I am riding in Obliteride for the first time to help accelerate progress for more people.
I’m not much of a bike rider (until now!), but I’m inspired by the idea of helping this great organization, as well as the families who have lost loved ones or are dealing with very real struggles against cancer.
I am part of a team called The CureCyclists. This will be the team’s fifth year of cycling and so far, the team has raised almost $500,000 for lifesaving research. I hope you will support me. Any amount will be greatly appreciated and no amount is too small. To kick things off, I am personally matching each of the first 10 donations!
I look forward sharing my progress as we build toward Obliteride on August 10!