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Gold Ribbon Riders


Team Captain:  Ms. Jamie Lynn Weiss
Bike Count:  Eleven-Bike Team
Per Bike Average:   $12,660

Location:   Long Island, NY:
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$200,000
Fundraising Goal
$139,263 Fundraising total
$139,263 Fundraising total
Team Honor Roll
Sydney Engel
$69,696
#GivingTuesday Battle Trust Match
$25,000
Gold Ribbon Riders Foundation
$13,000
Pop pop and Gamme
$5,000
Anonymous
$4,100
Kevin Cox
$3,500
Corporate Match for Sari & Steven Warsaw
$1,600
Morris & Jules Levine Family Foundation
$1,000
The Reid and Bixhorn Families
$1,000
Frances Belzer-Reid and Gary Bixhorn
$1,000
Kenneth Feld
$500
Ms. Brenda T Wilensky
$500
Elizabeth Locher
$500
Nicole Kopelman
$500
December Challenge Match
$470
Spencer Wells
$350
J&V_W
$250
Ross Silverman
$250
Ellen Schifrin
$250
Mrs. Melanie Eisenberg
$250
Brad and Sarah
$250
Mrs. Katy Mandell
$250
Marina Meyerowitz
$250
Adrea Levantino
$250
Michael and Dani Berro
$250
Anne and David Werfel
$200
The Skolnik's
$200
Anonymous
$180
Toni Wiener
$180
Alyssa Katz
$150
The Rich Family
$150
Anonymous
$118
Jackie and Will Gibbons
$118
Sam and Dave Mann
$100
Chabina Family
$100
Kimberly and Nathaniel Klein
$100
Nancy Perlstein
$100
Julie Williams
$100
Mrs. Samantha Lebenhart
$100
Anonymous
$100
Jen Borzooyeh
$100
Corporate Match for Go Sari!!
$100
The Rogol Family
$100
Frank Weil
$100
The Rose's
$100
Lynn and Michael Falkove
$100
The Perlmutter Fam
$100
Robyn Finn
$100
Bill Fahrbach
$100
Bonnie Feld
$100
The Goldberg Family
$100
Erica Platt
$100
Steven Perlstein
$100
Anonymous
$100
Lydia Cygielman
$100
Roni and Stephen Gaon
$100
Sharmin Panjvani
$100
Mark borenstein
$100
Kathy Wallach
$100
Carol and Michael Klar
$100
Anonymous
$100
Genna family
$100
David and Elaine Minkoff
$100
Addi and Zoe's Daddy
$100
Jana and Josh
$100
Randi and Michael Jaffe
$100
Kim and Jon Bedrick
$100
Rebecca Brown
$100
Sarah
$100
Samantha Davison
$100
The Wiener Family
$100
Ornstein Family
$100
Susan and Paul Steerman
$100
Ms. Lizabeth Waldman
$100
Tori & Gabe Phillips
$100
Andrea Weinisch
$100
Fran & Rob Leichtung
$100
Laura & Cliff Atlas
$100
Anonymous
$100
Fern Wagner
$100
Susan Galland & Donny Bellick
$100
Anonymous
$100
Carol Kaplan
$100
Stern Fam
$100
Uncle Ed and Aunt Kathy
$100
Mrs. Jaimee Steerman
$100
Michelle Stern
$75
Alexa and Brooke Galletti
$70
Ashley Gross
$60
Morgan Eisenstein.
$60
Anonymous
$60
DePietro family
$60
Emily and Kanav Dhir
$60
Gorczycas
$60
Deborah Berro Epstein
$60
JJ
$54
Allyson Small
$50
Ilene and Glen Stern
$50
Silverstein Family
$50
Stacey and Adam Rosenbluth
$50
zara yedvarb
$50
June Fialkow
$50
Thanks to Crosby & Sawyer
$50
Lebolt Family
$50
Anonymous
$50
Anonymous
$50
Edward, Melissa and Ethan Tsang
$50
Ilene and glen stern
$50
Jude Leibson
$50
Mindy, Elbert, Izzy and Henry Espinosa
$50
Lauren Sillman
$50
Eric Przybisiki
$50
Cindy Korval
$50
Leeor Sillman
$50
Vicki and Marvin Goldfarb
$50
Allie, Londyn and Kris Koertge
$50
The Saltsberg Family
$50
Audra Kusinitz
$50
Chaim, Mazal & Noa
$50
Scharfberg Family
$50
Families of Mrs. Ronzetti's First Grade Class
$40
Amy Grossman
$40
Ilaina & Arnie
$36
Anne and Walter Silbert
$36
Nancy Perlstein
$36
Steph and Jeff Stern
$36
Anne and Walter
$36
Anonymous
$36
Anoymous
$36
Myles Wilensky
$31
Elina & Jordan Steinberg
$30
Karen Weil
$30
Alexandra Goldschmidt
$30
Mr. Marc Galiano
$25
Lauren Gallo
$25
Proud supporter
$25
Anonymous
$25
Harriet B
$25
Anonymous
$25
Leslie Berg
$25
Gayle Horowitz
$25
Anonymous
$25
Patty Linsey
$25
Gail Finkelstein
$25
Paradeses Klein Family
$25
Robin Benincase
$20
Anonymous
$20
Kristie Maskin
$20
Matt and Danielle
$18
Judy Silverman
$18
Julia & Andrew
$18
Stacy S
$15

JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.

WELCOME TO OUR PAGE!

We are raising money for pediatric cancer research with Cycle for Survival, the movement to beat rare cancers. Will you help us raise money to offer less toxic treatments to thousands of children praying for a cure?

Why this matters to us:

Last year, my 10-month-old daughter, Sawyer Rose, was admitted to Memorial Sloan Kettering to be treated for stage 4 Neuroblastoma. She had a 7cm tumor in her adrenal gland. The cancer had spread through 85% of her tiny body. There was no time for sorrow’s bottomless rabbit hole. In spite of our heavy hearts, my husband and I jumped from sheltering our three young daughters from life’s harsh realities to teaching our girls to meet them.

Two words sparked enough faith to carry our family through this unimaginable battle: treatable, curable. Sawyer had: 8 rounds of chemotherapy, 11 blood transfusions, a 9hour surgery, and a stem cell collection. It is harder to enumerate what each of us endured emotionally. We suffered, we changed, we grew. Then, we got the phone call letting us know that Sawyer’s scans were all clear- no evidence of disease.

When I told our seven-year-old daughter Dylan about our wonderful news, her first response was: that’s terrific mom. We’re still going to help other children, right? There it was, the first glimpse of silver lining. Cancer showed us life through a dramatically different lens. When I heard Dylan’s empathetic words, I understood two things: we are all in this fight. And, this new perspective inspired us all to do something for the children who are still living chemo-to-chemo, waiting for a medical breakthrough.

We formed Gold Ribbon Riders Inc. to do the most good for the most children. Friends and family signed up to support a vastly underfunded, worthy cause and to honor Sawyer’s heroism. We joined Cycle for Survival to ensure 100% of every donated dollar directly funds childhood cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering within six months of our fundraising event. What started as an urgent desire to be proactive, blossomed into something so much bigger and brighter than anything we imagined.

Adults and children are showing up, rising up-- donating money, energy and talents. Fueled by high hopes and gratitude for the opportunity to be part of the solution, we raised $413,675-- enough to fund a whole genome sequencing trial that will begin this summer. We are just getting started. My friend’s seven-year-old son, Max, has already promised: when the adults are too old and too tired to run this organization, the kids will take over. Cancer, this means war.

50% of People with Cancer Have a Rare Cancer
When combined, about half of all patients fighting cancer are fighting a rare cancer. These are cancers we know — such as leukemia, lymphoma, thyroid, ovarian, brain, pancreatic, and all pediatric cancers — yet research is largely underfunded.

100% Goes to Lifesaving Research Led by MSK
Every dollar you give will advance innovative studies and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). Discoveries made by MSK revolutionize how cancer is diagnosed and treated, helping patients across the country and around the world.

Join us or make a donation today. Your efforts will fight cancer and make a real impact for people who have few, if any, treatment options. As a donor, you will learn about the projects supported and the breakthroughs made.

Thank you in advance for your support!

JOIN THE BATTLE.



 

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