Steven Singer's Ride

Please join my paceline----support cancer research

Dear Friend:


This year, I will ride the Pan-Mass Challenge for the 15th time.   I will be participating in honor of an extraordinary number of relatives, friends and colleagues who are facing the disease.


Most of you know that the PMC is a summer tradition, with over 5,000 people helping to raise money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute by cycling almost 200 miles to Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod.  With us will be several hundred cancer survivors who have been directly helped by the kind of research the Pan-Mass Challenge makes possible. 


It’s a wonderful event, from the thousands of riders and volunteers to the great spirit and enthusiasm that infuses the weekend.  But the best part is that it’s one of the most efficient events of its kind anywhere.  Due to a wide variety of sponsors, volunteers and donations, a full 100 percent of rider-raised funds will go to Dana-Farber for cancer research and care.  Fundraising doesn’t get any better than that, and you can be assured that your gifts will have the most impact possible.


I’m riding for a team of doctors, patients, nurses and staff connected with the Women’s Cancer Program at Dana-Farber.  And I’ll be riding with some good friends; each knows first-hand just how awful cancer can be, and each wants to do even more to beat it.


I have committed to raise (or contribute myself) over $4,300 just to participate, so I hope you will help.


Please follow this link to make a gift----   Better yet, click on Join My Paceline and ask your friends and family to join our ride virtually by making a gift, or forward this e-mail to friends who might help.  It all adds up.


I’m not getting any younger, and riding in the Pan-Mass Challenge certainly isn’t getting any easier.  Neither is asking friends for money, but the alternative is a lot worse. So thank you in advance for your help and support. It makes a very real difference to a lot of people.

With great appreciation,

Steve Singer 



Last year, 100% of rider-raised revenue went directly to the Jimmy Fund.

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