Claire Abelbeck

The year I turn 30
  • My Goal:
  • $3,000
  • Raised So Far:
  • $3,514
  • # of Donations:
  • 37
$3514 of $3000 goal
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In November I turn 30. During my diagnosis and treatment I focused on my 30th birthday. A single point in my future I envisioned in which I would be able to look back at the ordeal with confidence. Visualizing who I would be at 30 helped give me strength through treatment.

In December, I will also celebrate my three-year cancer-free-iversary. However, the stakes continue to get higher as time increases since my last treatment. It will be three years, but it will only have been three years. 

So help me usher in the start of the year I’ve been looking to since I was 25 and held on to while my life was being ripped apart. This will be a celebration of life, but also a new experience I can lean on as the scans and tests continue for the next two years. This is my half-way point to being cancer-free.

Dontations pay for other young adult cancer survivors to go on their first trip with this group. Read my blog post recap from my 2014 FD1 trip, or check out my Facebook photo album.

Learn more about why this trip means so much to me on my blog

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Claire Abelbeck is fundraising for Out Living It Project - Get Creative benefiting First Descents .

In November I turn 30. During my diagnosis and treatment I focused on my 30th birthday. A single point in my future I envisioned in which I would be able to look back at the ordeal with confidence. Visualizing who I would be at 30 helped give me strength through treatment.

In December, I will also celebrate my three-year cancer-free-iversary. However, the stakes continue to get higher as time increases since my last treatment. It will be three years, but it will only have been three years. 

So help me usher in the start of the year I’ve been looking to since I was 25 and held on to while my life was being ripped apart. This will be a celebration of life, but also a new experience I can lean on as the scans and tests continue for the next two years. This is my half-way point to being cancer-free.

Dontations pay for other young adult cancer survivors to go on their first trip with this group. Read my blog post recap from my 2014 FD1 trip, or check out my Facebook photo album.

Learn more about why this trip means so much to me on my blog

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The Campaign:

Out Living It Project - Get Creative

WHAT is it? The Out Living It Project is where the First Descents community fosters a spirit of adv

The Organization:

First Descents

First Descents provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults impacted by cancer.

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