Run for Beth
It is estimated that in 2020, over 39,000 Canadian women will lose their battle with cancer. In 2004, Elizabeth (Beth) Ann Fyfe died after a short battle with cancer, leaving behind a husband and two daughters. This year, Beth's daughters along with friends and family will be participating in the Canadian Cancer Society's Run for the Cure in her memory.
The Run for the Cure was created to raise money and awareness about breast cancer, a cancer that primarily impacts women. Many of these women are someone's mother, daughter, sister, Aunt, and friend. Beth did not die of breast cancer, but we are running so that no one else has to lose their mother. We support the Canadian Cancer Society and their efforts to combat cancer in all its forms.
Please contribute what you can to help us achieve our fundraising goal. Every dollar makes a difference.
Did you know that just $100 could fund two hours of life-saving research in a world class laboratory? Your contribution could lead to the next breakthrough!
Together, we can change the future of cancer.
Thanks in advance for your support!