Shawmut Design and Construction Reaches Two Million Dollars Raised for Pan-Mass Challenge

Pictured in Photo L to R: Mark Wallace, friend of Shawmut; Chris Ryan, former Dana-Farber Cancer Institute patient; Shawmut CEO Les Hiscoe; Jack Hiscoe, son of Les Hiscoe; Seth Porter, Shawmut; James Borthwick, friend of Shawmut; Leonard Ciriello, friend of Shawmut; Eben Tormey, friend of Shawmut; Jim Bishop, friend of Shawmut.

BOSTON – Shawmut Design and Construction participated in the 2023 Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), marking the sixteenth consecutive year the firm has partaken in the two-day bike-a-thon in Massachusetts.

This year, Team Shawmut has raised almost $100,000 and counting—accumulating over two million dollars in total fundraising to support Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Team Shawmut—which includes CEO Les Hiscoe and Shawmut employee-owners, friends, and family—rode in the 44th Pan-Mass Challenge with over 6,000 other riders to increase awareness and raise funds for cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

“This was a very special year for Team Shawmut having achieved the two-million-dollar fundraising mark over the course of our 16-year partnership,” said Les Hiscoe, CEO of Shawmut Design and Construction. “Every year, I am humbled by the support our team receives, and I am proud to continue our tradition of supporting the PMC year-after-year to raise funds to support the important fight against cancer.”