Last Push for Donations
Jan 14, 2015 by Stephanie Onopa
The Chevron Marathon is only days away! I am still continuing to pursue my goal of fundraising $1,600 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. 80% of all funds raised go toward medical research and treatments for patients. Any amount, no matter how large or small helps. Plese join the fight against blood cancers and donate today! Thank you for your consideration.
Please Join the Fight Against Leukemia & Lymphoma
Jun 06, 2014 by Stephanie Onopa
Thank you for visiting my page, please join me in the fight against Leukemia and Lymphoma. With today's technology, the possibility for finding a cure is at our finger tips. Team in Training (TNT) donates 80% of all contributed donations back to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to be used for research purposes.
As an engineer working in the medical device field, I highly believe in medical research. Advances are being made through research each and everyday. It is very possible that with research funded through donations, today could be the day that the cure will be found.
Please support my efforts by contributing a donation to bring an end to blood cancer. Together we can defeat Leukemia and Lymphoma! Thank you for your time and consideration. It is greatly appreciated!
My Fundraising Page
Jun 03, 2014
WELCOME TO MY TEAM IN TRAINING (TNT) HOME PAGE!
It takes more than one person to make up a team and that’s why I’m asking you to donate to my TNT fundraising page for TNT!
By participating as a member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) TNT, I am raising funds to help find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients.
Your donation will help fund treatments that save lives every day; like immnuotherapies that use a person’s own immune system to kill cancer. You may not know it, but every single donation helps save a life with breakthrough therapies such as these.
Patients need these cures and they need your support.
Please make a donation in support of my efforts with Team In Training and help get us all closer to a world without blood cancers.