• 3-2-1 Ride raises money for melanoma and pancreatic cancer research

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    PITTSBURGH - 11 Cares and its partners are proud to team up with the Woiner Foundation in support of the 7th annual 3-2-1 Ride, a cycling event that raises money for local cancer research, awareness and patient care.

    Grab your bikes, helmets and sunscreen and head to the North Shore on Sunday, Oct. 13 - but don't forget to register first!

    Riders can choose from the 17-mile AJ's Ride, the 62-mile Sue's Ride or the 80-mile Ric's Ride.  New for 2019, all rides take place along the Great Allegheny Passage trail and will start and end at The Foundry Table & Tap along North Shore Drive.

    Anyone who is interested in riding can register online through Friday, Oct. 11 at midnight. There's no same-day registration. Volunteers are also needed as the Woiner Foundation is an entirely volunteer-run organization.

    Since 2013, the Woiner Foundation has given more than $400,000 to support UPMC Hillman Cancer Center's Melanoma and Skin Cancer Program and the Alliance for Families Fighting Pancreatic Cancer.

    11 Cares and its partners are proud to team up with the Woiner Foundation in support of the 7th annual 3-2-1 Ride, a cycling event that raises money for local cancer research, awareness and patient care.
    11 Cares and its partners are proud to team up with the Woiner Foundation in support of the 7th annual 3-2-1 Ride, a cycling event that raises money for local cancer research, awareness and patient care.
    Woiner Foundation

    The mission of 11 Cares is to use the power of our voice to provide our resources and bring awareness to community efforts. 11 Cares will come together with its partners to help make a difference, inspiring our community to lend a hand to support issues impacting the Pittsburgh area.


     

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