Why I’m cycling to end MS
My cousin Randy contracted MS at the age of 16. He fought gallantly through the debilitation and pain until he eventually succumbed to its terrible toll at the age of 40. My Uncle Slater contracted MS in his late 30's and through many ups and downs managed, in spite of his impeded mobility, to have a productive life until his passing in his 70's. These two amazing relatives shone the light of reality on MS for me and motivate me to participate in this MS fundraising event in order to help others with this terrible disease.
I'll be joining my skiing and cycling friend Derek Fong again this year on his "Wheelie Awesome Live Wires" MS Bike fundraising team. This is the 30th year for this important MS fundraising campaign to help find a cure for MS and help those dealing with the daily reality of their fight against MS.
I hope that you can find a way to make a donation to my fundraising effort for this important cause. My most sincere thanks in advance.
Warm regards. Grant
Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. Every day three more Canadians are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable illness that affects vision, balance, memory and mobility. We don’t know what causes MS and there is no cure.
Your support means Canadian families who are affected by this disease do not have to face MS alone.
When you donate to my fundraising efforts for the MS Bike, your funds are invested into research to find the cause and cure for the disease, while providing services to Canadians with multiple sclerosis and their families.
Thank you in advance for joining the fight to end MS.