Team Lynch Syndrome's Fundraising Page

Team Lynch Syndrome Over The Years
Team Lynch Syndrome Over The Years

WHY WE'RE FUNDRAISING WITH THE JIMMY FUND WALK TO FIGHT CANCER

Team Lynch Syndrome (formerly Team Sandi) is the Lynch Syndrome Center's team for Dana-Farber's Jimmy Fund Walk, now in its ninth year. Since 2013, Team Lynch Syndrome has raised over $180,000 for Lynch syndrome research at Dana-Farber. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised by our team directly support Lynch syndrome research and national education efforts for Lynch syndrome awareness, including funding our annual LYNKED IN Patient Conference.

Team Lynch Syndrome was founded to honor Sandi Braune, a patient of Lynch Syndrome Center Founder, Dr. Sapna Syngal, who passed away from colon cancer in 2003 shortly after discovering she had Lynch syndrome. The team comprises Lynch syndrome previvors (patients who have not had cancer but have tested positive for a mutation in one of the genes that cause Lynch syndrome), Lynch syndrome cancer survivors, non-carrier relatives, friends, and Dana-Farber staff, and is a great way to connect with other individuals with Lynch syndrome. 

Thank you for supporting Team Lynch Syndrome in the Jimmy Fund Walk! 

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$4,760
Goal:$50,000
18team members

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

C = Team Captain
NAME
AMOUNT RAISED
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x$4,760.00x

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Team Honor Roll
Adam and Tracy
$30
Agnes & Bob Soares Jr.
$100
Amy Lucchesi
Anonymous
$50
Anonymous
Anonymous
Anu Chittenden
$105
Audrey D'Atri
$5
Beth Crandell
$50
Bill Towne
$50
Christina DeMoranville
$300
Christina DeMoranville
$100
Christina Demoranville
$55
Claire and Tommy
Dana Savoie
$50
Daniel J. Tobin
$105
Daniel Maloney
$300
Danny & Lorraine
Dave Mcilvenna
$50
Diane R Koeller
$55
Dr. Matthew Yurgelun
$505
Dylan McCabe
$10
Evelyne Massa
$100
Facebook Fundraiser
$100
Facebook Fundraiser
$50
Gram
$100
Hertle Family
$20
Ian and Cristin
Jen and Ben Towne
Jenna Glovsky
$10
Jessica Bennett
$30
Jessica Pinkans and Jennifer Alden
$50
Joan and Al Forcucci
$50
Julie Glovsky
$100
K. Barone
$50
Laura and Kevin Lozano
Leanne McAuliffe
$30
Leslie koharko
Marisa, Andrew, Gia & Brody
Mark Schneider
$50
Mr. Buns
$10
Mr. Jack Callahan
$100
Mr. Michael Bryant
$105
Mr. Michael Tanner
$55
Mrs. Laura Picardi
$5
Mrs. Mary C Mulligan
$5
Mrs. Robin Wiginton
$20
Mrs. Rosie Foster
$50
Mrs. Rosie Foster
$5
Mrs. Sue Lefevre friedman
Mrs. Susanne Menon
$105
Ms. Abbey Colorafi
$20
Ms. Caroline Busnach
$105
Ms. Christina Lenox
$105
Ms. Erin House
$5
Ms. Taylor Glovsky
$5
Nancy Goddard
$100
Nick Babu
$10
Shannon Morock
$105
Shelley Redstone
$100
Stacey Brooks
$30
Teresa Webb
$10
The Haley's
The Hemstreet Family
The Jodway's
$50
The Romanos
The Schells
$50
The Silveira Family
The Slezak's
The VanNostrand's
$100
Uncle Bill, Libby, Peter & Dori
$100
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Team Lynch Syndrome Over The Years
Team Lynch Syndrome Over The Years

Team Lynch Syndrome

Team Lynch Syndrome (formerly Team Sandi) is the Lynch Syndrome Center's team for Dana-Farber's Jimmy Fund Walk, now in its ninth year. Since 2013, Team Lynch Syndrome has raised over $180,000 for Lynch syndrome research at Dana-Farber. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised by our team directly support Lynch syndrome research and national education efforts for Lynch syndrome awareness, including funding our annual LYNKED IN Patient Conference.

Team Lynch Syndrome was founded to honor Sandi Braune, a patient of Lynch Syndrome Center Founder, Dr. Sapna Syngal, who passed away from colon cancer in 2003 shortly after discovering she had Lynch syndrome. The team comprises Lynch syndrome previvors (patients who have not had cancer but have tested positive for a mutation in one of the genes that cause Lynch syndrome), Lynch syndrome cancer survivors, non-carrier relatives, friends, and Dana-Farber staff, and is a great way to connect with other individuals with Lynch syndrome. 

Thank you for supporting Team Lynch Syndrome in the Jimmy Fund Walk! 

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