Calling All Cyclists! Join Team South Shore Health in the 2021 Pan-Mass Challenge

On August 7 and 8, Team South Shore Health will ride to support their family members, friends, and neighbors receiving care at the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center in clinical affiliation with South Shore Hospital. 

All cyclists, beginner to advanced, can participate in this iconic event that has been carefully adapted for pandemic times. There is even a “virtual rider” option for those who cannot commit to a physical ride but want to take part in fundraising for the cause.

Team South Shore Health is made up of cancer survivors, community champions, and even some of our very own South Shore Health colleagues and physicians who are lending their powerful, collective energy to wiping out cancer.

Can we count on YOU as a teammate in 2021? Will you join us to support patients and families relying on world-class care close to home?

“I have practiced Internal Medicine for more than 20 years, and I am touched and inspired by the power of the human spirit that I see every day in patients who fight their battle with cancer,” says Dr. Brian Dolan, a physician at South Shore Hospital. Dr. Dolan will serve as Team South Shore Health co-captain for the sixth consecutive year.

Brian Dolan, MD, rides in the Pan-Mass Challenge
Dr. Dolan rides in the Pan-Mass Challenge

All funds raised by Team South Shore Health stay local and directly benefit the Cancer Center. While you commit to making a difference in community health and well-being, we’ll be there to advance your efforts with:

  • Professional fundraising support to guide you to reach your goal
  • Access to team meetings and training rides to help you prepare for PMC weekend
  • A customized team jersey
  • Supportive and compassionate teammates

How do you register? It’s easy! First, choose your route and register on the PMC website, then contact Samantha Vigeant at SVigeant [at] or 781-624-8210, to be added to Team South Shore Health.

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