Welcome to Miles Schermerhorn's Game On Cancer fundraising page!
Cancer affects everyone. We can all think of a family member, friend, or yourself who are being treated for, survived, or died from a cancer diagnosis. Several members of my immediate family and close friends have been diagnosed and beaten the disease, but I also know many others who have passed.
I have the privilege of working closely with the men and women at the Henry Ford Cancer Institute who are tirelessly committed to providing the best care and support to patients and families affected by cancer. Their dedication, expertise, and compassion inspire me everyday.
That is why I have made the commitment to run the Detroit Free Half Press Marathon this October to raise money for Game On Cancer.
Game On Cancer is a joint partnership between Henry Ford Health System, The Detroit Lions and The Detroit Pistons. The mission of GOC (a joint partnership between HFCI, the Detroit Lions and the Detroit Pistons) is to provide a platform for funding groundbreaking research, enhancing patient care by alleviating barriers or burdens, and by supporting clinical programs that allow for best in class cancer care.
100% of funds raised through Game On Cancer are directed to our mission. 40% of funds are directed to patient assistance, 30% to research, and 30% to supportive oncology programs.
If you feel as passionate as I do about improving cancer care and advancing research, then help me support the Henry Ford Cancer Institute by making a donation or joining my team today! The process is fast, easy, and secure. I truly appreciate any support you can provide. It will benefit a great cause. Cancer touches all of us in some way.
You can also help me reach my goal by sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter! Or, send an e-mail to friends you think might be interested in contributing and include a link to my page!
Thanks so much for your generosity and for joining me in to fight cancer!
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