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The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research seeing a 'swell' of donations coming in before Scottsdale ride

Mallory Glenn has already witnessed the power of being part of the Tour de Scottsdale as one of its nonprofits. 


“As a nonprofit partner of this event, we have already seen a swell of new donors and donations come in,” said Glenn, Development Associate for The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research. “We truly appreciate your and the Tour de Scottsdale team's assistance and are grateful to be involved in this event!”

They’ll be there on April 13 for the 20th HonorHealth Tour de Scottsdale. We will be glad to see them as they do great work. They will also have a team of cyclists who will raise money and awareness for The Hope Foundation.

They are Team Hope!

Hope's Tour de Scottsdale team is led by Dr. Parminder Singh, a SWOG member, physician-investigator at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Singh will participate in the 62-mile event as a nonprofit rider for The Hope Foundation. Additional Mayo Clinic staff and friends encompass Hope's team of NPO riders, "Team Hope." So far, they’ve raised nearly $7,000 in preparation for the big ride.

“Let’s ride to fight cancer!” Singh said.

It’s important. You can donate here: The Hope Foundation (

According to the Foundation, it was founded in 1993 by researchers and passionate about impact, The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research is a public charity with the mission to raise and contribute funds for the treatment and prevention of cancer. Hope specifically directs funds to the SWOG Cancer Research Network, one of the four adult cancer groups within the NCI's National Clinical Trials Network. Hope provides 16 unique research programs and helps fund SWOG's annual educational, professional meetings. Hope invests in innovative, promising research conducted by SWOG members; Hope funding helps to significantly improve lives through cancer clinical trials and translational research. Hope has received a four-star Charity Navigator rating for more than a decade, placing it in the top 3% of charities nationwide. Hope has found that funded projects have led to highly cited publications, numerous presentations at national and international conferences, larger clinical studies, and outcomes with the potential to change standards of care. SWOG clinical trials have changed the standards of care more than 100 times.


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