Heather’s blog: It’s not about the destination; it’s about the journey

Why I Climb (and why you

We are climbing for YACCers like Jody and the 49,000 other young adults dealing with cancer who don’t know the power YACC—yet. Fundraising events like the Climb power YACC’s programs; there is no connection, no transformation without them. And we’d love to have you join us.

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Five tips for a kick-ass Climb

There are just three necessary actions to hold a Climb: find something to climb, raise money, climb it.

If that’s all you do, you get a huge high five. However, if you feel like taking it a couple of steps further, here are five ways you can kick it up!

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The Climb is back!

The Climb is a fundraising event based on overcoming challenges with a supportive community. In this case, it was inspired by Geoff’s goal to walk to the top of Signal Hill after his treatment left him unable to walk at all.

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7k for 7k

No one in my family had cancer in their twenties. None of my buddies had cancer. I heard about a few classmates from school but never really knew how much was rumour and how much was true.

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Shifting Gears: What a Week, What a Day

It’s a little over 24 hours after the fourth RealTime Cancer Climb and I thought by now I would have words to describe my experiences of this week, and specifically yesterday. I’m not quire sure if I do but I’m going to flow something out here and hopefully it will give you a grasp of the week I’ve had.

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Shifting Gears: Significance vs Convenience

It is on September 20th for each of the past three years that I have made a trek/Climb up Signal Hill in St. John’s with a growing group of supporters. I’m going to do it again this year and I want you to climb with me, whether you are on Signal Hill in St. John’s or on any other set of stairs, hill or mountain in the world.

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