Hi guys, My name is Trey a tucker and here’s a little bit about myself. So first off I was born in Huntsville,AL and moved to Nashville back in 2006. I currently am working full time and graduated from high school and Lipscomb university and enjoyed it. Now another thing is that I am currently training for my 22nd half marathon but am much looking forward to running across country next summer with 90 other young adults. I am running this thing for my mom cause she got diagnosed with cancer a while back and had to go through chemo therapy so please help me fundraise so I can run this for my mom and all the other people that have had cancer before.
Hey guys. Trey Tucker here with exciting news about what I am doing this summer. So this summer, I will be running from Baltimore, MD to San Francisco, CA and this will take 49 days to complete from June 21st through August 8th. Now this for what I am running for is for Cancer survivors and people who are fighting for cancer. I will be running with 30 young adults this summer running across country.
Now, I need to raise $4,500 to do this thing this summer so please help me reach my goal so I can run this summer. Now a little about myself. My mom she had cancer a while back and had to go through chemo therapy so I am running this thing for her this summer. And my moms parents got diagnosed with cancer a while back and thank goodness they got it all out. And my friend Cassidy Maglero she has ovarian cancer which is not good to have and she has had to have surgery twice already so please pray for her. I will also be running for her this summer so please help me reach my goal. It would mean a lot to me if you helped me out. Remember every mile matters and every dollar counts that you donate. This is for cancer and the ulman foundation has done a lot to save lives who have had cancer. I am on team tetons for this year and will be running through some of the most spectacular country side of the United States this summer so can't wait. We are 4K we are 4K.
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.
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