Innuwindow, and owners Jeff Kaplan and Ellen Cohen-Kaplan, are proud to support the Pan-Mass Challenge. For the last 11 years, we have been dedicated to raising money for this life-saving cause. The ride takes place during the first weekend of August each year and offers a variety of bike routes and participation levels for all ages. The PMC provides important support to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through it’s fund-raising arm, The Jimmy Fund. Jeff and Ellen ride for Team Zakim and their ride supports the Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies at Dana Farber.
Since 1980, the Pan-Mass Challenge has grown considerably and is now known as the most successful sporting fundraising event in the nation. The PMC draws around 6,000 cyclists hailing from 41 states and 8 countries. 100% of the funds raised by PMC riders go directly to Dana Farber and in 2015 the event wrote a check for over 45 million dollars to the Cancer Institute. Located in Boston, Massachusetts, the Dana-Farber has been committed to providing adults and children with the best cancer treatment available while working to discover cures for tomorrow. Over the past 36 years the PMC has raised $500 million dollars for cancer research and treatment. In 2016, the PMC plans to raise 46 million dollars.
Help support Innuwindow owner Jeff and Ellen on their 160 mile bike ride from Wellesley to Provincetown on August 6th-7th. Come make any size purchase at Innuwindow during the month of July. We’ll allow you to write a check to the PMC for up to 10% of your purchase. We’ll then reduce your bill by that same amount. Even if you don’t need anything you can still support our ride by clicking on the following link: http://profile.pmc.org/JK0179 Help Jeff and his wife Ellen reach their fundraising goal of $20,000, 100% of which will go to support the Jimmy Fund. Come out to Innuwindow and support this life-saving cause.