Last Week To Support Our Dolphins Charity Drive


This is it folks, we are in the homestretch of our Miami Dolphins Cycling Challenge charity drive.  So far we have raised $600.00 for the cause.  You can see our little name by clicking here.  You will see our donation next to the name Brian Miller (name on the transfer account) for the PhinPhanatic family.  $600.00 is a lot of money to toss to this event but I know we can do more.

Last year we raised 551 bucks on this site so we have already gained more this year.  Still, this is for a great cause.  The Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center uses this money 100% for research.  Not administration costs or equipment costs.  Research.  The research done here provides a wealth of information that reaches far beyond the borders of the Miami-Dade area.  It reaches around the world.  It was also where Jim Mandich was treated for the cancer that took his life.

We donate to rider Tom Eddie who like myself ran a Miami Dolphins fan site.  He lost his cancer battle a few years back.  Those who opt to donate will have their name/s on our charity wall until July of 2013.  Any business who wishes to donate will have their company banner, logo, and/or name on our charity page as well for the same duration of time.

We ask that you make your donation by going to our “Donations” page.  It is located here.  There is an option to donate VIA Paypal or by credit card.  100% of the donations we receive on this site go to the Dolphins Cycling Challenge.  I personally cover all Paypal transfer fees.  Please dig deep or dig a little.  Every bit counts and every small or large donation could save the life of someone you love.  Whether it is breast cancer, prostate, lung, or brain, we all suffer whether we contract it or one of our loved ones do.

Together we can all make a serious impact on the fight to eradicate this disease.  We hope you will help.

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  • Fins4ever

    Good job Brian. I sure miss the Mad Dog. I already donated to the cause.