Valentine’s Day is all about love and giving, and U CAN-CER VIVE delivered just that. Kelley and Ryan LaFontaine, founders of U CAN-CER VIVE Foundation, along with their fellow board and committee members, visited children currently receiving cancer treatment at four local hospitals.[Read more…] about U CAN-CER VIVE Valentine’s Day Love Train Delivers Smiles and Support to Children at Hospitals Across Metro Detroit
January 27, 2019 12:02 AM
In lieu of writing a check, LaFontaine Automotive Group execs raise money for cancer research, fund it directly
Will award over $780,000 in grants to cancer research projects at local hospitals
Has granted nearly $1 million to local cancer research since launch of U Can-Cer Vive Foundation in early 2016[Read more…] about LaFontaine Automotive execs take hands-on approach to philanthropy
Every child deserves to feel loved.
U CAN-CER VIVE will be delivering special gifts to children with cancer who will be spending Valentine’s Day at local hospitals.
$50 provides a deserving child with much needed love this February 14th. Each gift includes a U CAN-CER VIVE teddy bear, hat and special Valentine’s Day card.[Read more…] about UR My Valentine 2019
You prep for it all month long, the sequence of days that end November and launch you into the holiday season; Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday. Let’s face it, we all exceeded our Screen Time limits today scouring the internet for a great deal and crossed as many gifts off Christmas lists as humanly possible. #victorydance[Read more…] about #GivingTuesday 2018
On September 15, 2018, a knife throwing enthusiast and casino bazaar came together at M1 Concourse during U CAN-CER VIVE Foundation’s second annual Cure & Couture event, “Drive for the Cure”. The heat of the day transitioned into an even hotter evening by the heat of flaming batons and performance vehicles, leading up to the ultimate reason for the occasion: fundraising for cancer research.[Read more…] about Cure&Couture 2018: Over $100,000 Raised!
Todd McKay’s life is not free from the affliction of cancer. In 2010, his sister was diagnosed with thyroid cancer; a year later, Todd was diagnosed with testicular cancer. In 2014 his brother was also diagnosed with testicular cancer. Outside of his family, many of his friends have also had their lives affected by cancer. This is his “why”.[Read more…] about Running for the Cure