2007 Cincinnati Man and Woman of the Year Candidate
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
I have been nominated as a candidate for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Cincinnati Woman of the Year. I am very excited about this honor and truly feel this is my opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people affected by leukemia, lymphoma and blood cancers throughout our community.
I ask that you join me by making a contribution to my 10 week fundraising campaign. Each dollar I raise counts as one vote and the candidate who gets the most donations is named our local Man or Woman of the Year. I am raising money in memory of my dad, in honor of many other close friends, as well as two local children.
Not only am I looking for donations, but you can also show your support by purchasing tickets to the Grand Celebration on May 11 where the winners will be announced. Additionally, if your company would like to be a sponsor of the Grand Celebration or if you have a live auction or silent auction prize to contribute that will count towards my donation total. Contact me for information on Grand Celebration tickets, sponsorships and auction items.
2007 Woman of the Year Candidates (Amy, far left) with local hero, Jennifer
Read My Story to learn why I am honored to have this opportunity. Then, click on Donate Today. Any donation amount is great appreciated and will be tax deductible. Most importantly, your donation will support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society programs, including research, patient services, advocacy, public and professional education, and community services.
Many thanks for your support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! Be sure to visit my Web site often to check on my progress and please ask your friends to support my efforts.
Did you know?
- Every five minutes someone in the United States learns that they have leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma – that’s nearly 300 people every day.
- Every five minutes someone dies from blood cancers
- Leukemia causes more deaths than any other cancer among children and young adults under the age of 20.