Dance-a-Thon for Cancer Research
Aliza (9), Kate (6), and Josie (3) will be dancing their hearts out for 2 hours with their cousins and school friends. They would LOVE your support.
This cause is particularly meaningful to our immediate family as we have TWO rare cancer survivors among us, and I receive ongoing surveillance from MSK.
Every single dollar is appreciated and makes a difference. We really mean that.
Sarah & Jason Harinstein
Cycle for Survival is a nationwide event that was co-founded in ‘07 by two alumni of our alma mater, Northwestern University (go Cats!). All funds (100%) raised from the rides, which all take place in Equinox gyms, go towards much needed clinical trials, studies, and research initiatives specifically supporting rare cancers. This February will be Jason and my third year participating in Cycle for Survival (cycleforsurvival.org); Eye of the Tiger is our team’s name. While the girls’ legs aren’t long enough just yet to hop on a spin bike, we were eager to find an equally fun way to involve our children in such a meaningful movement.