Welcome to my personal fundraising page for the Man & Woman of the Year challenge.
Thank you for being part of my campaign to help cure blood cancers!
The Man & Woman of the Year Challenge
Man & Woman of the Year is an intense 10-week fundraising competition taking place in cities across Canada.
From March 24 to June 2, Team Shari and I will fundraise relentlessly and fearlessly for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. The candidates who, alongside their teams, raise the most funds will win the prestigious titles of Man and Woman of the Year. Shari is incredibly deserving of this title, but in the words of our fearless leader, this is a win-win situation since we are raising money that HAS and WILL save lives!
About Blood Cancers
Every 24 minutes, someone in Canada is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Blood cancers are the fifth most common form of cancer in Canada, affecting more than 155,000 Canadians.
With your support, research funded by initiatives like Man & Woman of the Year is making a difference. Blood cancers have had the biggest increases in cancer survival in the past three decades, and blood cancer research leads to treatment advances for other cancers and serious diseases.
Please Support My Campaign to Cure Blood Cancers
Please support my campaign by clicking on the “Donate” button now. No donation is too small! And did you know that many corporations will MATCH the donation that their employee makes? Don't hesitate to ask your employer if they will match your donation!
Your donation helps propel vital research, provide information to those who need it most, and offer personalized support for those living with blood cancers.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Help Me Spread the Word
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Learn more about the Man & Woman of the Year challenge and the work of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada at mwoy.ca.
And stay tuned for the exciting announcement of the Man & Woman of the Year, coming up on June 2!
Thank you for bringing help and hope to the blood cancer community!