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Let’s #UniteAgainstCancer!

Join me in the 2022 Lobo Cancer Challenge! We are an incredible, active community that is passionate about fighting cancer. Won’t you help me in this fight?

All of the funds raised by the Challengers – 100% – support cancer patient care, research, community outreach, or education and training at The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center in Albuquerque.

Participants are called Challengers because in addition to completing our own personal Challenge, we challenge cancer together in our efforts on September 24, 2022. Cancer affects us all, so we are “all in” to fight cancer together.

Every single dollar helps me toward my fundraising goal, and it stays right here to help people in our state.

Sign up to pick your own Challenge to raise your own funds, or donate to my Challenge. Click the “Support Me” button above to make a gift today.

I truly appreciate your support!


Lobo Cancer Challenge
September 24, 2022
University Stadium
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Virtual Challengers join us from Anytime / Anywhere


With the only “Comprehensive” designation from the National Cancer Institute in the region, The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center is among the top 3% of cancer centers in the United States. Your support helps us to deliver world-class cancer care and treatments based on the most advanced, life-saving research to the people of New Mexico.


COVID instructions for the event: Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test will be required at packet pickup for participants or at check-in for volunteers. For volunteers reporting off-site at a rest stop, please submit vaccination proof by email by 9/1/22 to the volunteer coordinator.
    •    Proof of vaccination may be Vcard, photo of Vcard if emailed, or can be obtained at
    •    If unvaccinated, a negative COVID test is required within 24 hours before packet pickup or check-in. Proof may be photo of home test result or report from provider of test.
For vaccinated participants and volunteers, it is strongly recommended to wear a well-fitted surgical mask indoors.
For unvaccinated and asymptomatic participants and volunteers, wear a well-fitted N-95 mask indoors and outdoors while at the event.


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