Michael Bodge Tribute Fund

Giving others the lifesaving power of early cancer detection.

Michael Bodge

(September 21, 1990 – April 27, 2019)

Michael Bodge, like many others, didn’t know how to recognize cancer symptoms. His testicular cancer was detected too late. Mike passed away in April 2019 at 28 years old. Helping others was one of Mike’s core values, so his family set up the Michael Bodge Tribute Fund to help 15-40 Connection teach people how to detect cancer early. Learn about Mike’s diagnosis and please consider getting involved.

“Early detection is so key, because it really can save lives. I think Mike would be really, really proud of that message.” -Meghan Lennon, Michael’s wife

“Take care of yourself, because it impacts everyone. Our lives will never be the same.” -AnnMarie Bodge, Michael’s mother

Let’s not lose any more Mikes.

The Michael Bodge Tribute Fund is empowering generations with the lifesaving advantage of early cancer detection by funding training for high school and university students, and community groups.