Tuesday, August 26, 2014

What Your Cycle for Survival Donations Have Done:

I received this, (below), in an email a few days ago.  It's addressed to me, but I want to share it with my friends, family, friends of family and friends, acquaintances - anyone who was generous enough to make a donation to Cycle for Survival for my team, TEAM SHEADE, and me.  Look what you've helped make happen!  Across the nation, the 2014 Cycle for Survival event raised $20 million...let me repeat that a little louder...$20 MILLION!


You rode at Cycle for Survival in 2014 because you wanted to fight back.

Thanks to your passion and dedication, we’re excited to announce that every dollar of the $20 million raised by Cycle for Survival has now been allocated to pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
2014 Funding Allocation
Click here to learn more about these efforts
Following a record-breaking year, this funding allocation represents the largest impact Cycle for Survival has made to date. Not only are we able to continue to support groundbreaking research initiatives and clinical trials, but also we’re now able to contribute significantly to large efforts that are changing the way cancer is studied and treated.

On behalf of all of the cancer patients around the world who will benefit from these advancements, we truly cannot thank you enough for all you do to beat these diseases.
Katie Klein
Katie (Kotkins) Klein

P.S. We sent an email about these projects to all of your donors, but we encourage you to follow-up with your network of supporters directly in-person, over e-mail or on social media. It takes each and every one of us to move research forward!

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You have no idea what this means to a person who is certain she's still alive because of advancements in cancer research that can only happen because there are research dollars to support it.  I know I've said it many times before, but please allow me to say it one more time, as loud as I can...


                                         With much love and gratitude, 

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