Category: Tributes

For every dollar donated to cancer research, Roswell Park receives an additional $23 in external funding for cancer research.

By supporting Ride for Roswell, you're making it possible for Roswell Park to develop and run lifechanging Quality-of-Life Programs.

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.

“I’m so grateful to be here, and because I am here, I just want to try to figure out ways to make life easier for everybody else,” said Maryann. “If you know somebody who has cancer, you give them your love and support, but how you help all cancer patients – is you Ride for Roswell.”

Meet Alissa Vogelsang: Buffalonian, yogi and cancer thriver Several days a week, Alissa Vogelsang unrolls her yoga mat, bows her head and …

Sam Accordino: Riding His Own Way in Alaska Cancer impacts every one of us, but for Sam Accordino, that six-letter word has …

At Roswell Park, we’re continuously looking to the future — to new data and findings, game-changing discoveries and the best available treatment …

Every day, Roswell Park is pushing to eliminate cancer’s grip on humanity. Thanks to generous funds brought in through the Ride for …

James Ace and his wife, Carol, own a restaurant in Belfast, New York, where they’ve been serving their neighbors for the last …

Leslie’s Story

Leslie’s Story Meet Leslie. She has been part of the Ride for 17 years, and in 2021 she was a top fundraiser. …

Annie lights the way as the Ride for Roswell 2021 Torch lighter! As a young wife and mother of three, Annie’s journey …

Derek Fettes is an 11-year proud supporter of the Ride for Roswell. As a Roswell Park patient, team captain and Extra Mile …

Meet Annie. She’s a mother of three young children, a cancer patient and a first-time Ride for Roswell participant. Being diagnosed with …

Since our founding in 1996, the Ride for Roswell has become a signature event that changes lives for thousands of people — …

“If it weren’t for SurVaxM, I never would have met three of my four grandchildren.” In June 2016, John woke up in …

It was getting late that night, about two months into Jon’s cancer treatment. At first he just didn’t feel well in a …