Fighting The Battle Against Cancer


Let’s Go Give was inspired by my brother, Dik, who passed away from esophageal cancer on June 13, 2012, just eight months after receiving his diagnosis. Dik had been tired for months and was experiencing some acid reflux, but never felt alarmed enough to go get a check-up with his doctor. By the time the tumor was found, it was the size of a golf ball and his cancer had reached stage four.

Dik’s death was devastating to me, not just because he was my brother, my best friend, and my rock, but because what he and our family went through is all too common. Everyone I know has been affected by cancer in one form or another, and with Let’s Go Give, I am working to restore faith and hope that cancer won’t affect future generations, all while doing my part to help find a cure for this awful disease.

Ten years after Dik’s death, I am proud to continue his legacy through Let’s Go Give, and am committed to donating $33 million to various cancer research charities during my lifetime. As the Founder & President of this organization, I take it upon myself to educate the world on early detection and am energized every day by the opportunity I am granted to make a difference for individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones.

Please join me in honoring Dik and his legacy, and together, let’s do our very best to make stories like Dik’s a thing of the past.

Thank you,
Lisa Ryerson



Lisa Ryerson is the Founder & President of Let’s Go Give, and the Co-Founder & President of Sales for Let’s Go Win. She founded Let’s Go Give to honor her brother Dik who passed away from cancer in 2012. She is committed to leaving a legacy through philanthropy. Her goal is to donate $33 million dollars to various cancer research charities. She lives in Boca Raton, FL, and is married with two amazing sons. She loves to laugh, travel, and give back.

Our Impact

Everyone I know has been affected by cancer in one form or another. We want to restore faith and hope that this awful disease won’t affect future generations!