Fourteen years and still riding strong
Many Roads. One Purpose.
Dear Family and Friends,
This photo of me is from the recent Lake Nona, FL Tour de Cure on March 31 where I was invited to be an honored guest rider. It was an unforgetable experience that impressed upon me the magnitude of a nationwide concern - helping those afflicted with diabetes.
Fourteen years is a long time to be dedicated to the Tour de Cure, but it's an organization that is near to my heart. Over the years I have raised over $90,000. My goal this year, with your help, is to surpass $100,000.
The American Diabetes Associations’ annual fundraising bike tour: The Tour de Cure takes place on June 1, 2019 at the Niagara University Campus in Niagara Falls, NY where I will be riding the 65 mile route. Also riding will be my Team mate, Vince Harrer. Vince has been a frequent participant of the summer camp program for young people with diabetes which is funded through contributions from generous donors like you.
The Mission of The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
The money raised for the ADA funds critical diabetes research, information programs, and advocacy efforts that support over 30 million children and adults in the U.S. with diabetes, and the 84 million with prediabetes. 73 percent of the total annual expenses goes to research, information and advocacy.
I would appreciate if you would support me with a donation to The American Diabetes Association. Our efforts will continue to help researchers find a cure for diabetes.
Here's how you can participate:
• Mail your tax-deductible check made out to the American Diabetes Association to me at: P.O. Box 125, Katonah, NY 10536
• OR Go to www.diabetes.org/tour, and enter my name to make an online donation
• OR Contact your employers’ Human Resources or Benefits Department to find out if your company has a Matching Gift Program
With your generosity, no matter how great or small, you will be able to make a positive impact in the lives of people affected by this disease.
Vince and I are grateful for your confidence and to this cause that has been so very important to us for many years.
Bruce Reisdorf & Vincent Harrer
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