An official team of Champion the Cure Challenge
Team Mimi was established in 2010 after Linda "Mimi" Williams passed away from ovarian cancer. At the age of 10 her grandson Tommy decided to make it his mission to raise awareness for this terrible disease that took his grandmother. With many fundraisers under is belt, Tommy, now 20 years old continues this same mission and in 2016 Team Mimi became a non-profit organization.
We Can’t Do it Without You
Make a Donation, Change Our Community
We wouldn’t be able to run Team Mimi without the generous contributions from donors right here in our local community. Your support has the power to immediately make a difference in someone’s life that is facing cancer. All of your support stays local, EMMC Champion the Cure Challenge supports local cancer research, so every penny counts. We look forward to working together and help those facing cancer.
Highlights from the 2019 tourney
Come join us in some of our fun and exciting events. We have so many new and exciting events happening in the future. All of our events are a great way to get involved with our Non-Profit Organization, and meet other passionate supporters in the community. Interested to see what we have coming up? See below for more details.
Team Mimi's Annual Softball Tournament
June 5, 2021
This 9th annual Co-Ed slow pitch softball tourney is fun for all. A fun way to support Team Mimi, so grab your friends, co-workers, or Rec team and join the fun. First pitch is a 8am, and you don't even have to play to have fun, we have concessions with great raffle items available.
Champion the Cure Challenge
Join Team Mimi as we participate in the 10th Annual Champion the Cure Challenge, walk or run the 5k with us as we remember our loved ones and celebrate the survivors.
Contact Team Mimi
195 Kittredge Rd
Bangor, Penobscot County 04401