Robert Zelinski, who was known to many as Bob, lost his fight with Pancreatic Cancer on October 24, 2021. He was our most cherished Pops, but also the most amazing and loving Grandpa, son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. He was an inspiration to many and is truly missed each and every day. We are participating in the PanCan walk to not only raise money and awareness for the fight against pancreatic cancer, but to also honor our Pops's memory and his tremendous fight. We are also walking to honor all of our loved ones who have lost the fight, those who are currently fighting, and those who have fought and beat it! Please join us in participating in the walk if you are able or, if not, a simple donation will make a world of difference. The fight, which is sadly no longer his, is now ours to help find a cure and put an end to this terrible cancer that has affected too many. Thank you to everyone for all of your love and support! Hope to see you April 29 wearing purple!
Welcome to Our PanCAN PurpleStride Team Fundraising Page!
My team and I are taking steps to end pancreatic cancer at PanCAN PurpleStride on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
We want to make the biggest impact on the lives of pancreatic cancer patients – and we need your help to do that!
PanCAN PurpleStride is the number one way PanCAN raises money to fund vital research that can bring new treatment options to patients, and gives them free, personalized one-to-one support through PanCAN Patient Services.
Here’s where you come in! We’ve set an ambitious fundraising goal – because the more money we raise, the bigger impact we make – and would appreciate a gift of any size to help us get there.
PanCAN PurpleStride is for everyone, and we’d love for you to join our team! Just click the Register button at the top of this page and follow a few easy steps to get set up. And anyone who registers and raises $50 will receive an official PanCAN PurpleStride 2023 T-shirt!
Can we count on you to get us one step closer to the day where pancreatic cancer patients don’t just survive but thrive?
Patients and families need us now more than ever.
Thank you for your support!