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2013 Pan-Mass Challenge Fact Sheet

About the PMC:

The Pan-Mass Challenge is an annual bike-a-thon that today raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country. The PMC was founded in 1980 by Billy Starr, who remains the event’s executive director, an annual cyclist, and a fundraiser. The PMC has since raised $375 million for adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through the Jimmy Fund. In 2012, the PMC gave a record gift of $37 million. The PMC pioneered the athletic fundraising industry and is today a model of fundraising efficiency. The event donates 100 percent of every rider-raised dollar directly to the cause. In 2012, the PMC generated 52 percent of the Jimmy Fund’s annual revenue and was Dana-Farber’s single largest contributor. More than 233,000 individual contributions were made to last year’s fundraising campaign. In 2013, PMC cyclists will ride with the goal of raising $38 million for Dana-Farber.


TEAM ERIC CHASE in the PMC   2013

OUR TEAM OF 5 RIDERS--PEDALING TOGETHER TO CURE CANCER

Eric with Sam & Robbie

Eric with Sam & Robbie

  • DON CHASE
  • SAM HOFFMAN
  • ROBERT BARNES
  • ALEX LEICHTER
  • KRIS REICHLEN

WE HAVE A GOAL OF AT LEAST $200/MILE!!!

DONATE HERE FOR TEAM ERIC IN THE PMC

Eric with Alex and Fuel for the Ride

Eric with Alex and Fuel for the Ride

Eric with Kris & Minori

Eric with Kris & Minori