Support me in the fight against cancer!20232022

Because of YOU, I have earned a guaranteed entry in the 2024 Tri for a Cure! I am so excited to participate in this amazing event for a 3rd time!

If you're like me, chances are you know someone with cancer or that had it in the past, maybe you've faced it firsthand. Did you know that cancer is the #1 leading cause of death in our state? Claiming more than 3,000 lives each year! 1 in 3 Mainer's will face a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, that's about 8,600 new diagnoses each year. More shockingly, Maine currently leads the country in the highest cancer rates, together, we can change that.

Your donation supports efforts such as transportation programs led by volunteer drivers, improving engagement, advocacy, and expanded virtual access amongst Maine cancer survivors. Your generosity helps Maine Cancer Foundation continue to promote awareness in the workplace for prevention, detection, and return to work after cancer treatment.  

Many employers offer matching donation programs, please call upon your employers to match your gift! Remember, that 100% of funds are invested back into our community, they never leave the state! 

If your life has been touched by cancer in any way, please act today, no contribution is too small. I cannot do this without your help! If you aren't able to make a financial contribution, you can still help me by spreading the word & sharing my page!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart, see you on the other side of the finish line!  


Please visit, for more information on how your donations can help to make a difference in the lives of Maine survivors and their families. 

Other ways your donations foster Cancer Prevention:

  • $75 funds a sunscreen dispenser for a summer camp - preventing skin cancer for Maine youth!
  • $125 funds overnight lodging for rural cancer patients to stay close to treatment.
  • $250 supports training pediatricians on the importance of the HPV vaccine as cancer prevention.
  • $500 funds a nurse navigator to guide a patient through their cancer journey. 

Cancer tries but we TRI harder!