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My first Ride

My mom signed up for the Ride to Conquer Cancer in 2010. We got her a bike and away she went, out on the road to train for the event. Her tenacity to succeed was tireless. She wanted it so bad. One evening over dinner, I remember she burst into tears, “I just can’t do it,” she said in frustration, “I get winded just by riding down the street to the stop sign.” It...

Posted by: Kenzie Broddy   @KenzieBroddy   Cancer, Charitable, Fundraiser

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Maybe I should do Birthdays?

A guy approaches the stage. It’s the middle of our Camp Show at the 9th annual Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer. There are 3000 people in the big tent and, as Emcee, I’m about to introduce Mike Babcock of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The video of Alison Salinas is playing in the background, as we pay tribute to one of the most inspirational Ambassadors of the Ride, who sadly...

Posted by: Steve Merker   @GoFer1t   0 Tags

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The Future of Charitable Giving in Canada

This digital age has changed the way people give to charities. Growing up as a child, my parents always gave money to their church and to international causes supporting underprivileged children. As an adult, I support causes where I can measure results, most recently donating through crowd funding to my friend battling breast cancer. Millennials are driven by similar goals. They want to see...

Posted by: Ivy Cuervo     Charitable, Club, Economic, Giving

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