Longtime volunteer Jim Mize was named the 2023 Ride for Roswell Volunteer of the Year. He has worked with the Ride for 15 years.
In just three years, Team Wheel Strong has grown into a fundraising powerhouse at Ride for Roswell, with a mission to spread hope.
When you Ride for Roswell, you’re making a difference for cancer patients. Watch our four-part series to learn more about your impact.
Thanks to the Ride, patients like Avery Richmond get more time with their loved ones and hope for a brighter tomorrow.
As the Chair of the Department of Gynecological Oncology, Dr. Emese Zsiros' passion stretches from the clinic to the community.
We have some ideas to help you hit $1,500 (making you a member of the Extra Mile Club) in time for Ride Weekend.
The upcoming Ride for Roswell marks two milestones for Chris: 15 years of service and six years cancer free.
When you raise $1,500 or more for Ride for Roswell, you instantly become a member of the Extra Mile Club (EMC).
For every dollar donated to cancer research, Roswell Park receives an additional $23 in external funding for cancer research.
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“What keeps me coming back is we’re not done," said John Heimback Jr., a two-time cancer survivor preparing for his 19th Ride for Roswell.
“The Ride is something to collaborate to bring people closer together so they can see the bigger picture. More importantly, we’re building a partnership that’s necessary to bring awareness," said George Johnson, the founder of East Side Bike Club.
Do you want a fun and enjoyable way to fundraise for your Ride for Roswell? Join us for Beers & Gears! Check out all the details.
Thanks to Ride for Roswell donors and participants, patients like Bernard “Bud” Blocho can spend more time enjoying their families and less time fighting cancer.