Manhattan Tech Support Participates in Cycle for Survival - Raises Over $4,000 to Defeat Rare Cancers in 2019

With over $4,000 raised in 2019, Manhattan Tech Support continues its longstanding patronage for Cycle for Survival joining the nationwide initiative to defeat rare cancers.

March 13, 2019Manhattan Tech Support

IT Consulting & StrategyEducationConstructionFinanceHealthcareLegalReal Estate

MTS Team Cycle for Survival Group Shot

 

On Sunday, March 10, 2019, ManhattanTechSupport.com LLC’s team members participated in the annual “Cycle for Survival” fundraiser to defeat rare cancers. The team proudly raised over $4,000 for this important cause and over $41 million was raised nationwide. With over 50% of cancer patients diagnosed with rare cancers, there simply isn’t enough funding to carry out essential research that will aid patients with viable treatment options. 100% of the funds raised during “Cycle for Survival” go to lifesaving research led by the prestigious Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

“I couldn’t be prouder of our team making the effort to support this great movement – and to partake in such a cool event. Everyone has had cancer impact their lives in one way or another. Knowing that 100% of the money we raised will be used by Memorial Sloan Kettering – one of the most respected cancer centers in the world – to further their exceptional research and revolutionary clinical trials helping patients worldwide is just awesome.” – Christian Ugolini, Co-Founder & CTO – Software Development at ManhattanTechSupport.com LLC.

Download this one-page guide to learn more: Access here

Some quick facts:

  • Cycle for Survival was founded in 2007.
  • 100% of funds raised go directly to research at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK).
  • All funds are allocated within six months of the event.
  • $220 million has been raised by Cycle for Survival to date.
  • Cycle for Survival has directly contributed to 100+ clinical trials and research studies.
  • In 2018, roughly 1.7 million people were diagnosed with cancer in the United States.
  • Approximately 50% of people with cancer are battling rare cancer; rare cancers include brain, pancreatic, ovarian, thyroid, and stomach cancers; leukemia and lymphoma; all pediatric cancers; and many others.
  • Each year MSK treats more than 400 subtypes of cancer.

 

CFS_Logo_Color Blog Photo

 

Manhattan Tech Support – Cycle for Survival Team Page

About Cycle for Survival

About Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

 

Related Articles

Your ITSM Strategy This Year

calendar January 19, 2023

author Manhattan Tech Support

Business Intelligence Cloud Services IT Consulting & Strategy Security Software Development Tech Support & Managed IT Services Construction Education Finance Healthcare Legal Non-Profits Real Estate Startups

Your ITSM Strategy This Year

Sometimes, the biggest missing piece from your IT program is a master strategy. They are the policies and ideas that guide you through every step of managing your technical needs, from provisioning to implementation. Without an overarching approach, you risk

Read More
2023 – What Lies Ahead?

calendar January 12, 2023

author Manhattan Tech Support

Business Intelligence Cloud Services IT Consulting & Strategy Security Tech Support & Managed IT Services Construction Education Finance Healthcare Legal Non-Profits Real Estate Startups

2023 – What Lies Ahead?

We’re a few weeks into 2023 and for most businesses, it means it’s time to take stock of their plans for the new year. One of the biggest advantages of a new year is that you’ve got a chance to

Read More
Exploring the Principles of Zero Trust and SASE

calendar January 11, 2023

author Manhattan Tech Support

Business Intelligence Cloud Services IT Consulting & Strategy Security Software Development Tech Support & Managed IT Services Telecommunications Construction Education Finance Healthcare Legal Non-Profits Real Estate Startups

Exploring the Principles of Zero Trust and SASE

If there’s one trend in cybersecurity, it’s that attacks are always on the rise. And, to make things even more fun, attacks are growing in sophistication as they increase. Data shows that in Q3 of 2022 there was a 28%

Read More