ESPN personalty, actress, model and Gold Medalist swimmer
Charity: V Foundation for Cancer Research
Victoria Alren is an American Television Personality, Actress, Speaker, Model, and Gold Medalist Swimmer. Currently, she works for ESPN as a host and reporter for SportsCenter. She is widely known for transitioning from professional athlete to sportscaster and as one of the youngest on-air talents hired by the ESPN company. She also famous for overcoming transverse myelitis and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, winning a gold medal, and setting a world record in the Paralympics.
V Foundation for Cancer Research
The V Foundation for Cancer Research is a charitable organization founded in 1993 by ESPN and legendary basketball coach Jim Valvano. The foundation's mission is to raise funds to support cancer research and awareness, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure for this devastating disease.
The V Foundation provides funding for a wide range of cancer research programs, from basic science to clinical research studies, and it has awarded millions in grants to date. The foundation is known for its commitment to advancing cancer research and its ability to bring together researchers, clinicians, and philanthropists to work towards a common goal. It is dedicated to carrying on Jim Valvano's legacy of perseverance, hope, and determination in the fight against cancer.
Print is 12 inches x 16 inches, including white borders. Hand is reproduced at actual size.
The optional frame is a matte finished black wood that is roughly 1” deep. The acrylic glass is UV coated and the end result is a framed print that is roughly 12.5x16.5 inches.
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* $85 of purchase is a tax deductible donation