Hi! This will be my first half marathon back since my diagnosis. In 2021 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. (Always get your Mammos and check yourself monthly; immediately see you doctor if you notice any changes, lumps, or bumps. I did just this, and am alive today to share my story.)
Four surgeries, dose dense chemotherapy, and radiation attacked the cancer that decided to use my body as a place to reside. I was blessed with an amazing care team, strong support from friends and family, and a network of people I never knew even existed. One of these gems is the TRIUMPH CANCER FOUNDATION. This foundation allows people to find a piece of themselves that may have been lost due to cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Exercise is a way to combat the constant fatigue and mental health struggles that come with cancer diagnosis and treatment. I am so thankful for everything Triumph did for me in my cancer journey and I will continue to support them throughout the years. I run because I can and in memory of those who can't.
Cancer touches WAY TO MANY lives. If you are willing and able to support this amazing foundation I ask that you give a donation in honor of someone you know who was affected by the beast I call cancer.
Donate to help Alexis raise money for 2023 Shamrock'n Weekend’s fundraising campaign.
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Mar 13||Alexis Tepolt||$27.48|
|Mar 11||Nicole Luna||Undisclosed amount|
|Mar 11||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 17||Katie Togneri||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 11||Lisa Banuelos||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 07||Cassandra Wittmann||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 05||Frances Tepolt||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 01||The Rocheleau Family||$107.35|
|Feb 01||Amy Filan||Undisclosed amount|
|Feb 01||Tina Hernandez-Berry||Undisclosed amount|