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Join Our Team for Jodi's Race

Join Our Team for Jodi's Race

Posted by Rolling Sands on 10th Apr 2015

Jodi's Race for Awareness is a 5K or 1 Mile Run/Walk event that benefits Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA).  Rolling Sands is building a team to help raise funds and spread awareness of the subtle symptoms of ovarian cancer,  and we want you to join us!  You can choose to run/walk with us on Saturday, June 6th, or you can choose to donate in the name of one of our team members.

Register to join the Rolling Sands Team - Click Register, then in the form, select Join an existing Corporate Team when asked

Donate under the Rolling Sands Team - Select any team member, and enter desired amount

Our employee, Hallie, will be soon finishing up her second round of chemotherapy so we have all learned a lot about the impact of cancer on someone's life and the lives of those around them.  Undergoing chemo, and dealing with the physical, emotional, mental and financial toll of cancer is an intense journey.  We have done some fundraising for Hallie and her family, and now it seemed appropriate for us to show our support for others in the community who are on this journey as well.

COCA promotes awareness and early detection through advocacy & education.  They also offer the following services to women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer:

~  professionally-led support groups throughout the Denver & Boulder areas

~ financial assistance for women in treatment

~ a 50+ page Resource Guide offering helpful information for those on this journey

~ Comfort Kits which include information and items of support & comfort

Jodi's Race is an event for individuals, families, and friends to celebrate and honor those that are dealing with cancer and to remember those that have passed.  We would love to have you on our team, showing your support for Hallie and all of the other women, their families and their friends.  

Coming together as a community, supporting each other in time of need.

The symptoms can be mild, and most of us women would say we have felt this way at one time or another.  As Hallie repeatedly reminds us, "Listen to your body.  You know best when something feels abnormal.  And don't let your doctor dismiss these symptoms, for they can imitate many other common ailments. If there is any doubt at all, ask for the CA-125 blood test and a pelvic ultrasound. It could save your life."

See the four symptoms listed on the right.