A-LONE RIDER

Held by Chris Armstrong
Cypress Challenge 2023
$31,425.00 Raised
$500
41 supporters

Team

McLean Armstrong
$43,825.00 Raised
$5000
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Fundraiser Donors

  1. Mike McDonough
    $5000
  2. Chris Armstrong
    $5000
  3. Anonymous
    $3000
  4. McLean & Armstrong LLP
    $2500
  5. Gerald Ducey
    $2500
  6. SHEENA CAISSIE
    $1500
  7. Jeremy Ingoldby
    $1500
  8. Valard Construction LP
    $1000
  9. Arctic Arrow Powerline Group
    $1000
  10. Emil Anderson Properties
    $1000
  11. Nickolas Salisbury
    $1000
  12. Jim Dent Construction
    $1000
  13. Victor Budzinski
    $1000
  14. Brian Rudd
    $500
  15. Linda McLean
    $500
  16. Gail and Tony
    $300
  17. Maia and Connor
    $250
  18. Ava and Quentin
    $250
  19. Colleen and Craig
    $200
  20. Betty Dodson
    $200
  21. Greg and Lisa
    $200
  22. Mike Quattrochi
    $200
  23. Ali Fard
    $100
  24. Anonymous
    $100
  25. Alison Falcon
    $100
  26. Chris Armstrong
    $100
  27. Rod Pearce
    $100
  28. Chris Lowe
    $100
  29. Ali Fard
    $100
  30. Jean Philip Dawe
    $100
  31. Derek Gunning
    $100
  32. Chase Chau
    $100
  33. Jeffrey Sauve
    $100
  34. Thomas Pressello
    $100
  35. Kibben Jackson
    $100
  36. Jeff Smith
    $100
  37. Brad Newman
    $100
  38. Kyle Treleaven
    $100
  39. Koert vandenenden
    $75
  40. Bill Condon
    $50
  41. J Forcadas
    $50
  42. Tessa Vanderkop
    $50

 

On Sunday, July 28th, I am cycling in the Capilano Volkswagen Cypress Challenge presented by Glotman•Simpson Cycling, raising awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research and care at BC Cancer.

This year, more than 800 British Columbians will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. It’s projected that only 10 per cent (or 80 of those people diagnosed) will live five years.

Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect at an early stage and is often resistant to treatment. Although it is the tenth most common cancer in Canada, it is the fourth leading cause of cancer death.

Unless more effective treatment strategies are found, pancreatic cancer in Canada is projected to become the second leading cause of cancer death by 2030.

We need to act now.

Since 2008, Cypress Challenge has raised over $4 million – and it’s thanks to the generosity of community members like you. Together, we can drive innovations in research and enhance care to benefit each person facing this disease.

With your help, BC Cancer can continue its vital work to break down this deadly disease.

Please consider making a donation.

 

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