U CAN-CER VIVE is raising money to continue to support cancer research grants in Michigan.
Highland, Michigan: On May 19, 2017 the 7th Annual U CAN-CER VIVE 9 & Wine is being held at The Fountains Golf and Banquet. This event is one of the main fundraisers that will contribute to support cancer research. In December 2016, the U CAN-CER VIVE foundation presented the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation with a check for $172,000 to fund two research grants.
The 9 & Wine is a day filled with golf, lunch, dinner, live auction and entertainment. The live music this year will be from the legendary 80s band, Starfarm. We encourage everyone to dress in their 80s workout attire. In years past, guests have enjoyed dressing the part of the theme for the event.
Tickets are available for purchase on our U CAN-CER VIVE 9 & Wine Event page, you will be able to attend for the whole event including golf, lunch and dinner or just the evening festivities of dinner and party.
If you can are unable to make it to the event and want to support with a donation, please visit our online donation page to make your contribution. You can also contribute to our auction items for the silent and live auction by completing the form on the Auction Donation page.
We have a variety of sponsorship packages available for businesses and individuals to choose from.
The day and evening have always proved to be great fun, while raising awareness for the importance of supporting cancer research. There will be both a silent and live auction featuring some fascinating items for you to enjoy.
About U CAN-CER VIVE
U CAN-CER VIVE (pronounced You Can Survive) is a foundation founded by Ryan and Kelley LaFontaine in 2014 and officially becoming a 501c3 in 2016 who’s mission is to provide vital funding for cancer research to create a cancer free world. They are 100% volunteer run organization with all donations going towards cancer research and supporting Michigan families effected by cancer.
The organization continues the tradition that began with Team LaFontaine in 2010 when Ryan and Kelley began working annually with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society after Ryan was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. During their partnership, Team LaFontaine raised over one-million dollars for the LLS.