Year 6 of YSC Tour de Pink, a three-day, 200 mile bike ride for breast cancer, will commemorate my 15th year of surviving a diagnosis at 33 years old. My participation means that I have pledged both to prepare myself physically for the bike ride, and also to raise funds that will go directly to Young Survival Coalition.
Tour de Pink is much more than just a bike ride, it’s a chance to honor survivors, raise awareness that young adults can and do get breast cancer, and to come together as a supportive community.
I hope I can count on you to help me reach my fundraising goal!
Support. Empower. Educate.
Your donation will contribute to YSC serving over 8,000 young adults each year with support and education to be their best health advocate throughout all stages of breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and long-term survivorship.
Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the largest nonprofit dedicated exclusively to young adults diagnosed with breast cancer age 40 and under and their co-survivor support networks. YSC also educates and influences the medical, research and legislative communities to address breast cancer in young adults.
For more information, visit youngsurvival.org.
You can view YSC’s audited financials and annual reports online here: youngsurvival.org/who-we-are/financial-information
How will your donation help?
$25 YSC materials at three healthcare providers’ offices.
$100 Newly Diagnosed Navigator to six women when they need it most.
$250 Four trained survivors to serve as a peer supporters.
$500 Survivor advocate in our RISE training program.
$1,200 Two young adults to travel to the YSC annual Summit.
As I train for this amazing ride I plan to update this page frequently along with my social media accounts so that all of my supporters can see my progress.