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President and Chief Executive Officer

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

1215 East Fort Avenue Suite 104

Baltimore, Maryland,21230

United States

Company Description

Based in Howard County, Maryland, the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) was established in 1997 by Doug Ulman, a three-time cancer survivor who now serves as president of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The UCF's mission is to enhance lives by supportin...more

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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - In the News

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With treatment protocols that require them to stay near hospitals for long periods of time, housing can be crippling financially and prevents some young adults from receiving treatment at top-notch Baltimore hospitals," said Brock Yetso, President & CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
"Our organization exists to remove barriers and drive change - for years we've wanted to make this home away from home for young adult cancer patients and their families a reality, and now it is becoming one." Through a strategic collaboration with East Baltimore Development, Inc. (EBDI) UCF was able to acquire four attached row homes on East Madison Street, just north of the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus. "We've been welcomed into the community by EBDI and we couldn't be more excited to be a part of the neighborhood's transformation," said Yetso. The article, written by Sarah Meehan, summarizes CEO, Brock Yetso's, open letter of intent, which was released yesterday. Brock Yetso, CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, says he has an answer to ensure at least some of the races continue. The Ulman Fund wants to acquire and produce all five of TriColumbia's races in Howard County - the Columbia Triathlon, the Iron Girl half marathon, the Iron Girl Columbia triathlon, the Kidz Triathlon and the Celebrating Heroes swim. Yetso said the Ulman Cancer Fund, which was founded in Howard County, is ready to take over the races.


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - News

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"We are honored and proud to be recognized by The NonProfit Times as a Best Nonprofit to Work for 2015," said Brock Yetso, UCF President & CEO.
About the acquisition, Brock Yetso, CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, commented, "We are thrilled to add The Ride Across Maryland to the Ulman Cancer Fund's already robust platform of awareness, support and fundraising events. President and CEO, Brock Yetso stated, "We are excited to share the new guidebook in our community and beyond.


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - News

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The article, written by Sarah Meehan, summarizes CEO, Brock Yetso's, open letter of intent, which was released yesterday.
Brock Yetso, CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, says he has an answer to ensure at least some of the races continue. The Ulman Fund wants to acquire and produce all five of TriColumbia's races in Howard County - the Columbia Triathlon, the Iron Girl half marathon, the Iron Girl Columbia triathlon, the Kidz Triathlon and the Celebrating Heroes swim. Yetso said the Ulman Cancer Fund, which was founded in Howard County, is ready to take over the races. Brock Yetso Brock Yetso President & CEO Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults Brock Yetso ~ Brock Yetso, UCF President & CEO Brock Yetso President & CEO Brock Yetso President & CEO Give the gift of change - Donate Today!


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - News

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Brock Yetso, CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund says, "We are delighted to have Kellie serve as this year's Honorary Chair and Presenting Sponsor.
Brock Yetso UCF President & CEO


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - Press Release

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"We are honored and proud to be recognized by The NonProfit Times as a Best Nonprofit to Work for 2015," said Brock Yetso, UCF President & CEO.
About the acquisition, Brock Yetso, CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, commented, "We are thrilled to add The Ride Across Maryland to the Ulman Cancer Fund's already robust platform of awareness, support and fundraising events. President and CEO, Brock Yetso stated, "We are excited to share the new guidebook in our community and beyond. "This is more than just a run," says Brock Yetso, Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) CEO. "We are making a statement about young adult cancer. "The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults is honored to once again partner with Woodstoc Roc", says Brock Yetso, UCF's President and CEO.


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