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All of our Board members have been touched by cancer. So we’re all too familiar with your plight. Trust that we are here to help and support you.

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Sails Up 4 Cancer’s mission statement really says it all. “SU4C is a non profit organization dedicated to funding research in the education, prevention, care and cure for all types of cancer through the art and enjoyment of sailing.”

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The Sails Up 4 Cancer team presents $10,000 to Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center

From Left to Right:
Patrick L. Green, President and CEO of L+M; Holly Phelps Miller, SU4C Board Member; Courtney Moore of CMB Creative Group and SU4C Volunteer; Alice Soscia, Director of Development of L+M; Karen Davis, SU4C Secretary; Bob Davis, SU4C President and Founder.

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Sails Up 4 Cancer is proud to part of the Subaru America Share the Love campaign in conjunction with Holmgren Subaru, 3 New Park Ave, N. Franklin, CT. This year, sharing the love is more important than ever. Over the last 14 years, the Subaru Share the Love Event, Subaru of America Inc. & its participating retailers have donated more than $227 million to charity, with customers choosing between four national charities and over 1,700 hometown charities. Subaru will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased from November read more

Anne Edgley of Duck Island YC, Event Treasurer,
Bob Davis, Sails Up for Cancer and
Ruth Emblin, of Duck Island and Essex Corinthian YC and Event Chair do the “Big Check” presentation. Photo Credit: WindCheck Magazine

Images by Brendan Coyne, Beverly Kohl and Peter Emblin. Slideshow courtesy of Brendan Coyne