I was first introduced to Roswell Park in 1984, soon after I married Kathy. We created a lifelong pledge to help Roswell pediatric patients and their family manage the stress of being a cancer patient.
As part of our commitment to cancer patients and their families, we started the Curatolo Quality of Life Endowment in 2008. The endowment is used to help pediatric and young adult patents have a better quality of life.
In 2012 we stared Team “Kids Just Want to Have Fun” for the Ride for Roswell. Our team, Kids Just Want to Have Fun and our 20+ affiliate teams, have raised over $4,000,000 to support patient and family quality-of-life programs at Roswell. With this success we expanded to support Roswell Park Young Adults programs, cancer research and mental health programs.
Please help support RPCI and Team "Kids Just Want To Have Fun!" Our mission is to help the Roswell Park cancer patients, and their family, improve their quality of life.
I want to thank the many donors that have contributed to my fundraising efforts over the past 12 years and ask that you continue to support the 2024 Ride for Roswell.
You can help by hitting the green tab "Donate Now" and donate to the Ride and Team Kids Just Want to Have Fun.