Kevin Brue's Fundraising Page

Melanoma Research Foundation - Team M4M

Marine Corps Marathon 2010

Washington, District of Columbia

Kevin Brue's Fundraising Page

Welcome to Kevin Brue’s fundraising page. Every dollar raised here will be accepted in honor of Kevin and his fight against melanoma.

Sadly Kevin lost his battle against melanoma on June 29th. He but he passed peacefully with his wife, Kimberly, and several other loving family members by his side.

Kevin joined the TEAMM4M marathon program after being diagnosed with stage 3A melanoma from a mole on his lower back. The training program is a group of dedicated runners who are raising awareness and funding for the Melanoma Research Foundation.  Each of them trained to run 26.2 miles while raising over $90,000 to help find a cure for melanoma.  For Kevin, he was fighting back against this beast we call melanoma, not just for himself but for countless others, as well.  He ran the Marine Corps Marathon and raised over $2,000 to support the MRF and to show his commitment to finding effective treatments for patients diagnosed with melanoma. 

In the midst of the most challenging time of her life, Kimberly has demonstrated her commitment to this fight, too. She has asked us to continue our efforts to finding a cure and she wants you to help.

With your donation to the MRF, you can support the research needed to find a cure and you can support the TEAM training program - a group of runners who became a family to him.  As you support the TEAM, you will support the research, and you will honor Kevin’s life.

Please make a generous donation today and leave a note to his family letting them know how important it is to you that we continue to fight this devastating disease. You can specify in the comments section if you want to have donations go directly to the TEAM runners for jerseys, etc, as Kevin was a person who was passionate about running, especially for this cause.

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$20,000
goal
$14,090
raised
70%
Kevin Brue's Fundraising Page
Kevin running the Marine Corps Marathon