Cycling for kids with Cancer

CANCER... It’s one of the HARDEST battles people can go through ...  I've seen friends family and so may others suffer personally or from a far, and I can without a doubt tell you that it hurts all the same.  Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon, NH has allowed me a small town regular guy who want's to do some good in the world,  to ride a bicycle from Dover, NH 3,500 miles to San Diego, CA in order to help out and do my small part for children who suffer from cancer and illnesses in there program called CHaD.

I'm just a guy pedaling a bicycle to help give children an opportunity just like you and I have.  I want them to be able to grow old and enjoy all of life's attractions.  

All children should have every chance to hug there mom's and dad's and brothers, and aunts, uncles for so many years.  They need the chance to go to friends birthdays and to celebrate there own.  So I ask that you follow along and help make these kids just a little bit more happy and get a smile on there faces once again with a small donation you can make that happen. :)

100% of every donation goes directly to Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital and gives a child a better chance to enjoy life’s finer things. 


Thank you all for your support on this short ride across America.

Your friend,

James Dobson

Donations

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  • Gene jorgensen 
    • $25 
    • 4 mos
  • Pete S 
    • $50 
    • 14 mos
  • Kevin Sullivan  
    • $50 
    • 15 mos
  • Hans Vis 
    • $53 
    • 17 mos
  • Alan Thompson 
    • $25 
    • 18 mos
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Organizer

James Dobson 
Organizer
Dover, NH
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 
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Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
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