William's Wanderers' Fundraising Page

Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!
Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!

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

On Sunday, October 2nd, we will once again be doing the annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk to help raise money to cure cancer for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  This will be our 16th year walking and our goal this year is to raise over $8,000 in the fight against cancer. We can only achieve this goal with the help of our family and friends.

After 2 years of a virtual walk, we will once again be traversing the famous Boston Marathon course on walk day!

As you all know, our dad/uncle/brother/poppa, William, underwent a bone marrow transplant for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) at Dana Farber in 2012.  We are so happy to say that dad is back to his usual healthy, crazy self! He is enjoying his time organizing and selling Legos, hanging with his brothers, and spending lots of time with his grandsons.We can’t thank Dana Farber enough for William beat his disease.  However, we can help them raise money in their fight to end cancer.  The amazing progress Dana-Farber has made in understanding and treating cancer is made possible by generous donations from people such as yourself.

I hope you will support our efforts by contributing to my Walk. With your gift, we will all be closer to the ultimate finish line: a world without cancer.

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$2,260
Goal:$8,000
4team members

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

C = Team Captain
NAME
AMOUNT RAISED
x41x
x$2,260.00x

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Team Honor Roll
Abbie and Ken
$100
Alfred and Pauline LaRiviere
$75
Anonymous
Anonymous
$50
Anonymous
Dave and Marylynn
$50
Dr. Roger Lafleur
$30
Dr. William R Lafleur
$130
Ed & Claire Gingras
$25
Emily H Lafleur
$100
John & Barbara Ernst
$50
Laura Gingas and Dave Fish
$25
Laura Gingras and Dave Fish
$25
Linda Willemain such a great cause
$30
Liz Weeks
$50
McMartin Clan
Mike & Jo-Anne Dooley
$50
Mr. Ed & Claire Gingras
$50
Mr. Ed & Claire Gingras
$25
Mr. Henry Lafleur
$50
Mr. Robert Boisselle
$50
Mr. Steve Cohan
$50
Mrs. Bonnie Lafleur
$200
Mrs. Cheryl Nute
$100
Ms. Emily H Lafleur
$40
Ms. Hazel Lafleur-Vetter
$50
Pam Chirgwin
$25
Paul Gerstein
Philip Lafleur
$200
Robert Boisselle
$50
Ron & Cheryl Wilcox
Susan Viet
$30
The Swistak Family
$30
Theresa Callahan
$30
Tu hijo de Borinquen.
$100
Virginia Rittner
$50
William Lafleur
$100
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The 2022 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!
Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!

William's Wanderers

On Sunday, October 2nd, we will once again be doing the annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk to help raise money to cure cancer for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  This will be our 16th year walking and our goal this year is to raise over $8,000 in the fight against cancer. We can only achieve this goal with the help of our family and friends.

After 2 years of a virtual walk, we will once again be traversing the famous Boston Marathon course on walk day!

As you all know, our dad/uncle/brother/poppa, William, underwent a bone marrow transplant for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) at Dana Farber in 2012.  We are so happy to say that dad is back to his usual healthy, crazy self! He is enjoying his time organizing and selling Legos, hanging with his brothers, and spending lots of time with his grandsons.We can’t thank Dana Farber enough for William beat his disease.  However, we can help them raise money in their fight to end cancer.  The amazing progress Dana-Farber has made in understanding and treating cancer is made possible by generous donations from people such as yourself.

I hope you will support our efforts by contributing to my Walk. With your gift, we will all be closer to the ultimate finish line: a world without cancer.

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