This is my 3rd year volunteering in the Moto-Safety crew for the Weekend to End Women's Cancers. My role is to ensure the safety of the 100's of walkers at intersections across Toronto as they march 60 km's over September 8, 9. I also ride along the route to report any safety or medical issues.
|Margot and I in action! I traded in my traditional green mohawk|
for a pink one. About the ears -- part of our job is to cheer and motivate
the participants (apparently kitschy is motivational)
Participants walk in memory of loved ones lost, for someone who is battling this disease, or are survivors themselves. They range in age from little wee ones to 100 years old! I have utmost respect for them all.
|These folks were walking for a family member, Sandra, |
who lost her battle with cancer.
Sadly, everybody is touched by cancer. I'm sure you know someone in your family or group of friends that has been diagnosed with cancer. And no one is out of reach of cancer's grasp. Read this heart-rending story of Canada's youngest breast cancer survivor, Aleisha Hunter, at 4 years of age in 2010.
Please consider joining me to help cancer research in Canada by following this link and clicking the "Donate online now" button. You will also receive a tax receipt.
Money raised will go towards the Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute at The Princess Margaret Hospital.