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Ride2Survive is the Canadian Cancer Society's biggest independent fundraising event.

Our 17th year of the Ride2Survive is continuing to evolve in the face of the COVID-19 precautions and restrictions.

Personal events under the Ride2survive umbrella will be happening throughout the year. There may be runs, walks as well as rides! These will be individual or small, COVID-compliant groups with the needed distancing and preventative measures (masks, cleaning etc as required).

So, the "event" is ongoing from February thru December 2021!

The Ride2Survive team continues to do our part in fundraising for cancer research in a very unique fundraising model, where no event costs, administration costs, paid staff or a dime for anything comes off the fundraising dollars. As with 2020, cancer isn't taking a COVID holiday in 2021 either! 225,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer this year.

Research is required and we continue to fund it the same way we always have. In fact, for the last several years we have secured matching grants for your donations to double the impact of the research we fund.

Many years ago, the Ride2Survive decided to invest in the future via research before it was needed. In this time of cancer treatments and surgeries being postponed due to COVID-19, some treatments are able to continue as there are now chemotherapies that can be self-administered at home, that didn't exist 10 years ago.

Please consider making a donation to our team if you are able. Your donation matters.

You can contact the team and find out more about the different events as they are organized at www.ride2survive.ca

Thank you.

Event details

February – December 2021

 

Each participant is asked to raise a minimum fundraising amount of $1,500.00

Questions?

Rodger Lohman

1-604-756-4300

Rodger.lohman@cancer.ca

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