“Will You Help Me Ride for a Good Cause?”
|From:||Seth Dillingham||In Response To:||Top of Thread.|
|Date Posted:||Tuesday, January 14, 2003 4:05:44 PM||Replies:||11|
The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge is a weekend bike ride across the width of Massachusetts. To ride, one must raise a minimum of $2,500. Proceeds from the ride are donated to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and each year this ride raises millions of dollars.
I've been planning to ride in the PMC in 2003 for almost two years, ever since Ellyn (my Aunt, Steve Davis's sister-in-law) told me about it.
Here's where I need help: Once committed to the ride, the money must be provided. If I can't raise at least $2500 by mid-October, I need to make up the balance out of my own pocket. At this time, I couldn't afford to do that unless the balance was very small.
If I commit to riding in the PMC this year, I'll have to do some serious fund raising. Will you (dear reader) sponsor me? This isn't a rhetorical question! Please respond here on the site or by sending me an email. Once I have guaged the response from my limited audience here, I'll make my decision.
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