100% of net proceeds are donated to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund

Gillie Girl Triathlon Supports The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund

cmblogoThe Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of Central New York  has donated over three and a half million dollars for breast cancer research since its inception in 2002.  The donations are established in the form of grants, lectureships and an endowment fund, which are invested solely here in our CNY community.  The research performed with these monies help our medical community find new treatments, establish new guidelines and in time will have played a significant role in finding a cure.  We are fortunate to have a homegrown organization, founded by the Baldwin family of Camillus, NY, make this investment in our community.

Food for thought:  The findings from cancer research can help a wide array of patients, not solely those with breast cancer.  A local urologist commented, “cancer research in our community, regarGillie Lake Runnersdless of what it is for, is good for all kinds of cancer.”  It is common that chemotherapies are found to benefit multiple forms of cancer or may have an off-label benefit that helps someone with another condition, such as an autoimmune disease.  Beyond the scope of who might benefit from the research, there are those who have more aggressive forms of cancer, where the findings might give hope for another month of life.  Each new finding offers another patient a new treatment that might afford them longevity.  There is a little extra security for us all, knowing that our community is investing in this kind of research.

The Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon  is committed to being part of the cure.  With 100% of its net proceeds going to the Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Research Fund, this one day event has an opportunity to play a significant role in battling this disease.   In its first three years, the Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon has been able to donate $100,000 to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund.   Supporting the race as an athlete, sponsor, volunteer or race day spectator helps this event fund essential research.   Our community benefits from your support and the Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon is glad to support such a noble cause!

For more information of the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, visit www.findacurecny.org.  To support this event, visit our homepage and click on the links to ‘register’, ‘volunteer’, or ‘donate.’   Or email gilliegirltriathlon@gmail.com

 

Gillie Girl Tri – In The News

2015 Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Video – Courtesy of Syracuse.com

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Photos 2012 & 2013

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Results 2013 – Overall Splits Age Group

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon 2013 Video – Courtesy of Neil Minet

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Results – 2012 – Overall Splits / Age Group

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Video – Courtesy of Dunk and Bright Furniture

Hundreds Compete In Gillie Girl Triathlon In Camillus – CentralNY.TWCNews.com

New Triathlon Combats Cancer – CNYCentral.com

Sunday’s Gillie Girl Triathlon Surprised Bridgeport Woman – Syracuse.com

Skaneateles Resident Takes Third At Gillie Girl – SkaneatelesJournal.com

300 Women Compete In The First Ever Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon – Syracuse.com

Get Your Gillie Girl On – SyracuseWomenMag.com

Inspired By Her Son – Shirley Hartnet’s Story – Syracuse.com

Inspired By Her Son With Muscular Dystrophy – Syracuse.com

New All Women’s Triathlon – SkaneatelesPress.com

Female Triathlons On The Rise – TWCNews.com

New Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Benefits Breast Cancer Research Fund – Bimahealthcare.net

Camillus Hosts New Triathlon – CentralNY.TWCNews.com

New All Women’s Triathlon – EagleNewsOnline.com

Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon is Sold Out for 2012 – Syracuse.com

New Gillie Girl Sprint Triathlon Benefits Breast Cancer – Syracuse.com

Power Up Your Triathlon Time – MensFitness.com

 Nutrition For A Lightening – SkaneatelesLightning.com

- Posted on 03/05/2014 by gillie-girl-admin in in the news.

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