Support Olivia in Fundraising For Childhood Cancers!
This summer I will be participating in The Ride To Conquer Cancer from Vancouver to Seattle for the third time. I couldn't be more excited to be a part of this incredible and inspiring event again!
This year I decided to get the ball rolling on fundraising a little earlier in the form of an additional cycling adventure. Over the span of 12 days in April I cycled from BC down the beautiful Pacific Coast Highway through Washington, Oregon, and into Crescent City, California. It was the most incredible ride filled with plenty of rainy hill climbs but also the most beautiful and rewarding coastal views.
My goal in doing this is to be able to fundraise for childhood cancers on behalf of the BC Cancer Foundation, which is a cause that is very near and dear to my heart. This is so important to me for so many reasons. In working on the oncology unit at BC Children's Hospital as a nurse and through seven summers of volunteer experience at the CCS's pediatric oncology camp, 'Camp Goodtimes', I have been privileged enough to witness the strength and courage that these children and their families possess. My life has been so enriched through working alongside this very, very special community of people who embrace life to the fullest amidst so many obstacles in their lives. This is why I have registered to have the donations that I fundraise allocated towards research for childhood cancers.
As always, I ride in honor of my grandmother, Beenie, who lived life and loved those around her in such a beautiful way.
If you are in the position to donate towards this cause or if you could pass this link around to your friends, family members, or coworkers it would be greatly appreciated. My hope is that with continued fundraisers benefiting research such as this, there will continue to be more positive outcomes for those faced with cancer.
I appreciate your support and generosity towards a cause that means so much to me.
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