JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.
We are Team #ChayaAlexandraStrong. We will be riding in Support of Chaya Alexandra Kestenbaum, and all those affected by this disease. We all are stronger together than we are alone. Through this ride, and your support, we hope to create an unbeatable force that will bring us across the finish line even stronger than when we started. Every penny raised is in the merit for a speedy recovery for our beautiful Chaya Alexandra. Team #ChayaAlexandraStrong includes everyone who is a supporter is Chaya Alexandra, but the actual cycling event is a women's only cycling ride for Chaya Alexandra's friends, so although you may not be able to ride, your love, support and donation makes you a part of the team!
We're raising money for Cycle for Survival—the national movement to beat rare cancers—and together we can change lives.
100% of every dollar you give goes directly to pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK).
Why this is important to us:
PATIENTS DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TREATMENT OPTIONS.
For many rare cancer patients, there is no game plan or treatment protocol—and that's a very scary thing. Cycle for Survival is committed to changing this reality through funding new clinical trials, studies, and research initiatives to propel forward progress. In its first ten years, Cycle for Survival has already raised more than $100 million—and we will not stop until we beat rare cancers.
RARE CANCERS ARE MORE COMMON THAN YOU THINK.
Roughly half of all cancer patients are fighting a rare form of the disease. These are diseases we all know: pediatric cancers, leukemia, lymphoma, thyroid, ovarian and pancreatic cancers are among the hundreds of cancer types classified as rare.
Cancer touches too many lives and hits too close to home. Together, we're united in this fight; Cycle for Survival is our way of fighting back against cancer.
What you can do:
DONATE TO SUPPORT LIFESAVING RESEARCH.
100% of every dollar you give goes directly to research efforts within six months of the events, so you can be sure your gift will have an immediate impact on the lives of rare cancer patients and their families.
Thank you for your support—let us know if you're interested in riding, too!
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