On the trail to cure breast cancer!

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On the trail to cure breast cancer!

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On the trail to cure breast cancer!

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On the trail to cure breast cancer!

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Welcome To The New Home for Crawling For A Cure!

Crawling For A Cure (CFAC) was founded in October 2011. CFAC is run by volunteers from members of several Northeast Association 4WDclubs (NEA4wd.com) as well as a 19-year breast cancer survivor.

Our goal is simple: raise money to fund breast cancer research and to help patients and survivors. Breast cancer in its various forms affects at least one out of every thousand women and can occur in men as well. Although treatment for breast cancer has improved markedly in the past 20 years and the 5-year survival rate has improved, there’s still a long way to go in curing this insidious disease.

Crawling For A Cure 2014 Year-in-Review

In 2014, Crawling For A Cure (CFAC) once again attended multiple events including Go Topless Days in Rumney, NH and Monson, MA, the Ocean State Jeepster Festival in Kingston, RI and the perennial favorite the Great American Jeep Rally in Ellington, CT. It’s amazing to see the year-on-year growth at each of these events and we thank our hosts for having us and for supporting CFAC!

In October, we held two 2nd Annual Crawling For A Cure events. The first was held at the Backwoods Farm on a rainy October 4th, but that didn’t stop people from all over New England from coming out and showing their support. We are very grateful that the Backwoods Farm hosted us since literally the day before the event they had a house fire that destroyed their home. Tom and Lisa Lord were adamant that our event proceed as planned, so people were treated to a good time on Muddy Road (the 150’ mud pit), moderate trails on the property, and lots of raffle prizes. One of the standouts that day was a visit from NH State Senator Jeanie Forrester- she took not one, but several rides through the Muddy Road as well as a trail ride courtesy of our fans! She was an incredibly good sport (and was quite muddy when she left).

Our second event was held at the Quaboag Riders M/C’s land in Monson MA on October 18th. Thankfully, it was a warm, sunny day and we were again graced by people from all over New England as well as a few folks that took the drive form NY and NJ. The East Coast Off-Road Jeepers of Connecticut did a great job organizing the trail rides and the Ocean State Jeepsters provided great logistical support! In addition, the Quaboag Riders M/C graciously arranged for demonstration climbs of the Monson Monster- these were a huge hit! This event also had a nice variety of raffle prizes with a lot of people going home with some great new gear as well as a few winning a weekend of wheeling at the Maine Warrior Salute next August!

In total, CFAC had about 250 vehicles enter the gates and over 350 people in attendance our two events in 2014! As we enter December, we are pleased to announce we have made a donation of $3,500 to both The Pink Angels, Inc. and to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s Susan F. Smith Breast Cancer Center. Thanks to your support, CFAC will donate a total of $7,000 in 2014!! This is an incredible $2,000 more than our donation of $5,000 in 2013 and we simply could not have done it without you! As always, we are overwhelmed by your generosity, touched by the personal stories that you share with us, and delighted to visit with you at our events.

We have established dates for our 2015 Crawling For A Cure events: we will be back at the Backwoods Farm on October 3rd and at the Quaboag Riders M/C land on October 17th! A special thank you to the Backwoods Farm and the Quaboag Riders M/C for opening their homes and land to us- your support means the world to us!