Everyone reading this has likely been touched by cancer in some way. Unfortunately, the founders of Dodge for a Cure are no different.
When Robert Power and Keith Sullivan first considered doing something to support the fight against cancer, it was because they both had lost people they loved to the disease. While the idea of Dodge for a Cure was born out of loss, the spirit of the event is one of hope. Hope that the money raised can help ease the burden of people currently living with the disease, hope that the cancer prevention message affects real and positive change in people’s lives, and hope that a simple idea and a simple game can make a difference.
Robert Power, Keith Sullivan, David Hearn, Sarah Sullivan, Shannon Sullivan, Melanie Crocker, Bobby Sullivan, Bryan Duffett and Jason Kielly.
On average, over 500 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer every day.
On average, over 200 Canadians will die from cancer every day.
According to the WHO, at least 1/3 of all cancer cases are preventable. Or for our purposes, Dodgeable.
Tobacco use is the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer.
Mayor O'Keefe helping us kick things off!! #dodgecancer #dodgeforacurenl
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