So far we have raised a considerable amount of money for the Miami Dolphins Cycling Challenge to provide funds to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami, Florida. The cancer center is a research facility as well and is where former Miami Dolphins legend Jim “Maddog” Mandich battled his cancer at. Together we can all make a difference and while the funds are going locally to Miami, the race for a cure is global.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is in it’s second year and this year our money will be donated in the name of Tom Eddie. Tom passed away several years ago from cancer. He was one of the Miami Dolphins fan site webmaster for the site “MiamiDolphinsOnline” and our webmaster annual top award is named in his honor. Our goal as a whole is 1200 dollars and so far websites have stepped up to the tune of 490.00.
We can do better!
We of course have not yet sent in our contributions. That will change next week when submit our final collections. That’s where you come in. There are two ways to donate and we need you to step up. Go to this link: http://www.ridedcc.com/dcc/team/Tom-Eddie.htm and follow the instructions to donate. Make sure you put Team Eddie in your donation listing so your donation goes towards our goal. They do not however take Paypal.
Which leads us to option two. If you wish to donate, even one dollar, you can Paypal that to either [email protected] or to [email protected] Or you can simply click here and donate through this website. Time is running out on this endeavor and we have not quite reached our goal for this site. All those who donate will have their names added to our donations page and those donating more than 10.00 will have their names in bold. I will be writing an article acknowledging everyone by name after our final payment is made.
Please help us support this great cause and help us kick cancer. A little goes a long way and while that sounds so cliche’ the reality is it’s very very true. This is our final push and we need your help.
Thank you for taking the time to read this!
Brian Miller – Phinphanatic.com