I'm a strong believer that we are meant to participate in making a difference in the world. Regardless of how small or big a moment can be, there is always a viewpoint to have where you have to ask yourself, "did this make things better or worse."
I am joining with the Ulman foundation in the 4K for Cancer 2020 bike ride. This bike ride will take me from coast to coast (Baltimore to San Fransisco) from May 2020 - August 2020. In efforts of this event, I will be raising support for the Ulman Foundation's goal of supporting cancer patients and their families. Every dollar I raise will advance Ulman Foundation's great cause!
Upcoming will be my last summer in the foreseeable future where I will have the option to participate in something like this. There are many ways to spend my summer at this point in my life in college, most importantly, getting a job and paying off student debt! However, I believe this event is not only a great experience but a way to give up my time and energy for something greater than myself.
Just when y'all thought I've had enough adventure in my life, I'm back at it for more! However, this is something I cannot do without your help! If you feel moved by this, please join me in supporting this foundation in any way you can, whether that be financial, encouragement or through prayer, all helps!
For more information on the Ulman Foundation, please visit their website or contact me!
Each year more than 72,000 young adults are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Young adults (ages 15-39) face a variety of unique challenges with a cancer diagnosis including social isolation, fertility preservation, insurance concerns, delayed diagnosis, and survivorship.
The Ulman Foundation changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. With your support, Ulman is able to provide free services and resources for the young adult cancer community through programs that focus on patient support services, housing, survivorship, and scholarship. Learn more about young adult cancer and our impact here.