The US Storage Centers Family is rallying behind its founder and chairman, Barry Hoeven, to raise $500,000 this year for innovative cancer research.
Hoeven was diagnosed with kidney cancer 16 years ago. After learning that many types of cancer receive little or no funding for research, he formedKure It to address this issue.
Rivals United for a Kure, a Kure It signature event, brings Trojans, Bruins, and the US Storage Centers family together during rivalry week to raise money for cancer research. All of this year’s net proceeds will be divided equally between the USC Norris and UCLA Jonsson comprehensive cancer centers.
Please join us by making a donation today. Every contribution at any level is much appreciated. Cancer affects the lives of far too many, and it’s time to make it a disease of the past.
Thank you in advance for your support!
In it’s first two years, Rivals United for a Kure net nearly $600,000 for cancer research.