My name is Josh Clark and I am a regular member of the RCMP, currently posted in Quesnel, BC. I have had the opportunity to live in this community since August of 2019. Everybody has had, or will have cancer affect them in one way or another during their lifetime, through immediate family or a friends. Cancer affects everybody. I plan to push my physical abilities during this adventure. I commit to fundraising for this event. I have always considered myself a highly active individual. I’ve traveled across North America to participate within a large, worldwide workout group known as November Project. In addition, I have trained for soccer with both Chelsea FC and Fulham FC in London England, thanks to the amazing opportunities provided to me by Kelowna United FC. I believe heavily in an active lifestyle and I believe everybody deserves the chance to experience life to their full potential. I am currently enrolled as a youth mentor within the Big Brother’s Program. All of my best moments in my life have come from community involvement and I look forward to working with the community of Quesnel to help fundraise for this amazing cause.
The money raised from Cops for Cancer Tour de North helps:
· fund leading-edge pediatric cancer research that is improving cancer treatments, preventing cancer and saving lives;
· provide reliable and up-to-date information on cancer, risk reduction and treatment;
· and supports our award-winning Camp Goodtimes.
Please donate and help us reach our fundraising goal! Every donation takes us one step further in the fight against pediatric cancer. Online donations are secure and save the Canadian Cancer Society money by reducing administrative costs.
Thank you so much for your support!