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Team Kirkland

Team Captain:  Mr. Benjamin Clinger
Bike Count:  Fifteen-Bike Team
Per Bike Average:   $6,377

Location:   San Francisco, CA:

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Fundraising Goal
Team Donor List
Team Kirkland Raised
Benjamin Clinger $26,500.00
Michael Allers $1,101.68
Jonathan Apodaca $60.00
Victoria Augustus $710.00
Nahal Bahri $100.00
Brian Bank $6,765.00
Jennifer Bank $100.00
James Beach $1,245.00
Luke Blackett $100.00
Alec Bouey $900.00
Sergio Broholm $350.00
Caitlin Bubar $900.00
Philip Castagnozzi Bush $350.00
Matt Cohen $665.00
Alexandra Dayneka-Hayes $275.00
Joel DePalma $50.00
Kristen Derhaag $785.00
Jessica Distaso $0.00
Travis Distaso $2,490.00
Mike Esser $100.00
Laura-Jacob Fine $208.00
Aly Francini $1,130.00
Stefanie Gitler $1,350.00
Jeffrey Golden $2,037.00
Samantha Good $1,000.00
Madisson Goorman $285.00
Matthew Goulding $3,210.00
Joseph Halloum $1,770.00
Cherell Hane $600.00
Michael Hanna $8,400.00
Chris Harding $1,620.09
M. Janice Hengst $530.00
Annemarie Hittler $100.00
Paul Hoest $720.00
Aditi Iyer $500.00
Francisco Jacoby-Rivera $3,065.00
David King $4,420.00
Liane Kivela $1,900.00
Sean Kramer $1,750.00
Karina Lara $0.00
Barry Le Vine $600.00
Natalie Logan $100.00
John Lynn $760.00
Barret Martinez $100.00
Julia Miranda $160.00
Sara Mitchell $925.00
Navneeta Rekhi $0.00
Sanjana Rishi $1,740.00
Sarah Roberts $400.00
Dianna Savangsy $220.00
Sarah Schaedler $500.00
Jeff Silver $595.00
Taylor Stoneman $700.00
Paul Tanaka $4,900.00
Katie Taylor $250.00
Jessin Ulloa $50.00
Jeremy Veit $3,850.00
Kate Withers $1,300.00
Rita Wong $308.01
Chelsea Zbesko $60.00
Team Gifts $0.00
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JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.

Team Kirkland, led by captains David Dixon, Jeff Golden, Samantha Good, Matt Goulding, Joseph Halloum, Michael Hanna, David King, Paul Tanaka, Jeremy Veit & Benjamin Clinger, is raising money for Cycle for Survival - the movement to beat rare cancers.

Rare cancer research is underfunded, but we can change that. While we can’t all be doctors or researchers, we can raise the money that makes their lifesaving work possible. Cycle for Survival supporters have funded over 100 clinical trials and studies, leading to new discoveries that are helping patients today.

But there is still more work to be done.

100% of every dollar you give funds pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center within six months of the events.

About 50% of all people diagnosed with cancer are battling a rare cancer. Too many people are touched by this disease, and yet many with rare cancers don’t have a proven, if any, treatment plan—that’s unacceptable.

Help us: Join our team or make a donation today. Your efforts will fight cancer and make a real impact.

Thank you in advance for your support! Together, we can bring new and better treatments to patients worldwide.




We are riding and raising money for Cycle for Survival, the movement to beat rare cancers. Will you help us surpass our fundraising goal?

Why this matters to us:

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.

6 Months for Fast Impact
Not only does every dollar go to research, your gift will be in the hands of doctors and researchers within six months of the events. As a donor, you will learn about the projects supported and the breakthroughs made.

Join our team or make a donation today. Your efforts will fight cancer and make a real impact for people who have few, if any, treatment options.

Thank you in advance for your support!



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