The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada Teams Up With Charity Challenge

Machu Picchu Trips Sept. 2 and Oct. 8

Get ready to for a whole new world (literally) of possibilities!  The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) has teamed up with Charity Challenge, the world’s leading fundraising challenge operator, to bring truly once-in-a-lifetime adventures to their supporters. Whether it’s kayaking in Africa, cycling in Iceland or doing a trek through the Himalayas – adventure awaits for those who want to dedicate their efforts to support the life-saving work of the LLSC. 

Participants can choose from more than 50 departure dates, 12 countries and 3 levels of difficulty. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer and traveler, or just want to check something off of your bucket list, there is a Challenge for you! Check out Machu Picchu, one of their most popular hikes!  

In Canada, there are an estimated 138,000 people affected by blood cancers. Every 23 minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. And every 72 minutes someone will die from a blood cancer. In 1964 the five-year survival rate for children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) was 3%. Today it’s approximately 91%. This is all possible through life-saving research.

Make this year count, embark on your own adventure while giving hope to families touched by blood cancer and helping the LLSC fund life-saving cancer research and providing patient support resources. 

Request more information and find out how you can make your own inspirational journey to help end blood cancer. 

More: One woman’s story of raising funds on her own Macchu Picchu adventure



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