I am participating in the Ride for Roswell to honor the memory of my beautiful sister, Valerie Leigh Snowden Geraci, who attended her final RFR last year. We care, but cancer doesn’t care. It doesn’t care about age. It doesn’t care about your family or friends. It doesn’t care about what it takes from us — or who it leaves behind.
But we care. We care about making a difference in the future of cancer research and bringing an end to this devastating disease. That’s why I am participating in The Ride For Roswell on Saturday, June 22 as part of Valerie’s team, headed this year by Valerie’s husband, Mark, and her daughter, Jessica.
Valerie, my brave sister with a fighting spirit that amazed everyone around her, participated in the 2018 Ride. Cancer took her life less than a month later. She battled late-stage bile duct cancer for more than two years in the hopes that a cure would be found in time to save her life. Those of us on her team, along with thousands of other riders and supporters, continue Valerie’s campaign to find a cure and to support those afflicted with cancer.
Please help me raise critically needed funds to support the more than 50,000 patients who turn to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center for hope each year. Your donation provides funding that researchers need in order to investigate new treatment options that could save lives in our community and around the world. For every dollar donated, Roswell Park can leverage an additional $13 in new grant funding!
Please consider making a donation today to help find cures. Together, we can make a difference.