I'm challenging myself for cancer research
Everyone has been touched by cancer sometime in their lives. Whether the diagnosis is a loved one, family member or it’s much, much more personal, cancer is a terrible burden.
In April 2017 my dear wife passed away from heart failure, she was about to endure her third battle with cancer but due to the damage caused to her heart and lungs from the previous Chemo and X-Ray treatments her heart finally gave up. To really beat Cancer, we need to give survivors the best chance of normal life after the treatment which is why the work and research conducted by the Harry Perkins Institute is so important. The ride will be a personal challenge in a number of ways, and, with my bike, helmet and your generosity, a real impact will be made!
Please contribute to this history-making event with a donation. The funds raised support the Perkins Institute of Medical Research to acquire new equipment and facilities, attract world-leading doctors, researchers, scientists and clinicians and retain these experts to lead this vital work at the Perkins Institute of medical Research.
Thank you in advance for your support and generous gift.
This year for the third time, I am joining 800 riders in a 2-day, 200km bike ride to raise funds. I am training and fundraising in the lead up to the event for cancer research right here in WA at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. I'd love your support. If you can't join me for the ride (I'd love the company), please give generously to my donation page.
Please help me, help the Perkins.