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Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders Joins Battle to Beat Rare Cancers in Cycle for Survival SF Effort, Raising over $2,200

Joshua Deale • 2/13/2020
In a great event for an even greater cause, Cushman & Wakefield’s Future Leaders (CWFL) Bay Area chapter once again geared up and hopped up on their fitness bikes in support of this year’s Cycle for Survival effort.

CWFL Cycle for Survival SF

The local fundraising ride took place on Thursday February 6 at the Equinox Sports Club in San Francisco. Team Cushman & Wakefield collectively and successfully raised $2,261 in a span of just a few weeks, all of which will go to help support the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center—the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center.

In this critical battle to beat rare cancers worldwide, Cycle for Survival events are taking place at Equinox clubs in cities across the country, running from January 25 through March 8. Their mission statement: “Together, we ride so rare cancer patients can live longer, better lives. 100% of every dollar raised has been invested in research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering—and together we are revolutionizing the way cancer is diagnosed and treated. Together, we will beat rare cancers.”

For more about Cycle for Survival and/or to help donate please visit https://www.cycleforsurvival.org/. If you would like to join the cycling effort, here also is a link to their event locations offered https://www.cycleforsurvival.org/events.

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