Longtime Canary Supporters Will Match Your Gift for Silicon Valley Gives May 3
April 28, 2016
Evan and Cindy Goldberg of Woodside, CA will match your gift to fund early cancer detection research up to $100,000 for Silicon Valley Gives on May 3. If you make a donation to Canary Foundation during this 24-hour online fundraising event, it will be matched by the Goldbergs’ generous donation.
To contribute, visit Canary Foundation’s Silicon Valley Gives fundraising page anytime on Tuesday, May 3.
Why the Goldbergs support early detection research
There’s no debate that early cancer detection saves lives. No one knows this better than the Goldbergs.
The couple has several family members who have had cancer, but thanks in large part to early diagnosis, all of them survived.
“They were helped by early detection, and it was a major factor in being cured. Even earlier detection may have made their treatments less invasive,” Cindy says.
Longtime supporters of Canary Foundation, the Goldbergs believe that finding cancer earlier, with more accurate testing methods, is the first line of defense, and that reliable earlier detection will make new cancer therapies more effective.
“We are inspired by the incredible commitment of Don Listwin, Canary’s founder, and Dr. Sanjiv Gambhir, chair of Radiology at Stanford University and director of the Canary Center at Stanford,” shares Evan. “Their ideas are life-saving, cost-effective and long overdue.”
Join Evan and Cindy in helping Canary Foundation find cancer early. It’s about time.