Providing Free and Reliable Transportation to Breast Cancer Appointments
Marian's MammoRide is named in honor of Marian Atwater, who bravely fought breast cancer from 1996-2001. Like most mothers, Marian was in her words, the taxi, always driving her children, family and friends to their destinations without expecting anything in return. This campaign carries on Marian's legacy of love and service, providing support to those in need.
Breast cancer affects the lives of millions of people worldwide, and those undergoing treatment often face numerous challenges, including reliable transportation to vital medical appointments. Through our partnership with Uber Health we hope to significantly ease the burden on patients, providing them with a safe and convenient means of transportation during their journey towards recovery.
A Call to Action
Understanding the critical role transportation plays in ensuring patients receive timely care, we strongly believe it is important to rally behind initiatives. We believe that no individual should be denied access to quality healthcare due to transportation limitations. Our breast cancer ride service ensures that patients can focus on their healing and well-being without the added stress of arranging transportation.
Your donation will assist with the operational costs and expansion of our program. We firmly believe that every dollar invested in this cause will make a profound impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer.
Spread the Word
In addition to your donation, we kindly ask you to share our campaign with your friends, family, and colleagues. Together, we can amplify our impact and reach more people who can join us in supporting breast cancer patients. Share the campaign through social media, email, or any other means you see fit. Your efforts in spreading the word can truly make a difference.
We are deeply grateful for your consideration and support. Your donation will directly benefit breast cancer patients, providing them with comfort and reminding them that they are not alone in their fight. Thank you for your kindness and generosity.