The 17th Annual
Rob Lutterman Ski for a Cure
This video was created by Ryder Lippman, in memory of his grandfather Rob Lutterman. Ryder was 10 years old when he made this video in honour of his grandfather!
On July 28th 1999, Rob Lutterman lost his battle with pancreatic cancer; he was 63. Later, his family and a group of special friends decided to create an annual ski day to celebrate life, to raise money for cancer research and most importantly, to commemorate Rob, who was an avid skier. The Rob Lutterman Memorial Fund at the Cancer Research Society was created to promote and fund research into pancreatic cancer.
Donate to the Rob Lutterman Fund
Any amount is appreciated and will help to finance a research project in 2016.
This year's event will be held on February 20th 2016 at Mont Sutton. Thanks to the invaluable help of the Ski for Cure committee members and all donors, this edition of the Ski Day event is guaranteed to be a great success again and, will help the Cancer Research Society to pursue is mission to fund research, thereby contributing to the advancement of science aimed at preventing, detecting, and treating this disease. Your donation is doubly important: for every gift received through the Rob Lutterman Ski for a Cure appeal, the Cancer Research Society commits to matching the funds for this important cause. This year is yet another important milestone, as we hope to reach our financial objective of $120,000, which would allow a new grant to be awarded in 2016. With the continuous support of donors to the find, the hope for a cure is possible.
Join us on the hills of Mont-Sutton!
The 17th Annual Rob Lutterman - Ski for a Cure event
will be held on February 20th 2016 at Mont-Sutton
For more information regarding this event, please contact Sonia Chatoyan at the Cancer Research Society at 514 861-9227 or toll-free in Canada at 1 888 766-2262, ext. 250.
Whether you can come ski with us or not on the 20th, you can help support the cause by making a gift:
- By telephone - Toll-free in Canada: 1 888 766-2262
- By mail: 402-625 President-Kennedy Ave
Montreal (Quebec) H3A 3S5
Thank you for helping us find a cure.
Please consult the section to your right to download press releases or articles published about the event since 2010.