JOIN THE BATTLE. GIVE TO BEAT RARE CANCERS.
Hi! If you're reading this page, I want to start by saying THANK YOU. It means so much to me that you've made it this far, and I hope you'll consider donating to my page, or even better, registering to ride on my team.
I'm 24 years old, a normal tax accountant in the Investment Management group at PwC, lover of dogs, oreos, and sour patch kids, pretty simple. But there's a part of me now that's a little more complex: I have cancer.
So there's good news and bad news.
Here's the "bad" news: the cancer I have is called Ovarian Germ Cell cancer, and germ cell cancers are RARE! Less than 2% of all ovarian cancers are germ cell.
But here's the good news: because of the doctors, nurses and staff at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and because of people like YOU, the rare cancer I have can be cured.
You might be asking, "how can I help cure this rare cancer?" Cycle for Survival is a series of events nationwide that raises money specifically for the research of rare cancers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In 2017 alone, Cycle for Survival raised over $34 million for rare-cancer research, but I know this year with your help, we can make that number even bigger.
Please join me, my family, friends, and co-workers in riding for PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) on February 22nd at the Metropolitan Pavilion for what is sure to be an amazing night, raising money for people with rare cancers that don't yet have a cure.