Ride with Us on
Our Mission to Save Lives!

Help reach our Spring 2023 Fundraising Goal

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$100,000

Get Ready for Cycle for Survival 2023

Let's team up to accelerate progress in rare cancer research.

Cycle for Survival is an annual fundraiser to end rare cancers.

Cycle for Survival stationary-cycling rides and virtual events have raised $316 million dollars for rare cancer research and lifesaving clinical trials at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK), a world leader in cancer research, care, and education. 100% of every dollar raised by Cycle for Survival riders and donors goes directly to MSK doctors and scientists, fueling bold ideas and breakthroughs.

You have what it takes to help us raise hundreds of thousands of dollars this spring!

Join one of our JEDIs for Survival teams or donate to support their efforts – WE’RE ALL JEDIS FOR SURVIVAL.

Our foundation is matching the first $10,000 raised by each of our regional teams.

That’s right, we’ll double your fundraising impact. $100,000 for rare cancer research at MSK is our GOAL.

Meet our JEDI Captains and Register to Ride with Us Today.

Join our mission to save lives! If you have questions or would like to create your own JEDIs for Survival team, contact Co-Captain Alex Wolin at Alex@jedicancerfoundation.org

Ride Date & Time: Saturday, April 29 | 1pm – 5pm  •  Ride Location: Outdoors at Wollman Rink in Central Park

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JEDI Family
and Friends

Ride Date: Saturday, April 29
JEDI Captains: Mark Taxel
Location: Wollman Rink, NYC, NY

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JEDI
Cyclemasters

Ride Date: Saturday, April 29
JEDI Captain: Tiffany Taxel
Location: Wollman Rink, NYC, NY
 

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JEDI
Warriors

Ride Date: Saturday, April 29
JEDI Captain: Alex Wolin
Location: Wollman Rink, NYC, NY

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Positive Promo
for JEDI

Ride Date: Saturday, May 21
JEDI Captain: Mike Taxel
Location: Wollman Rink, NYC, NY

WE’RE ALL JEDIs FOR SURVIVAL

Let's team up to accelerate progress in rare cancer research.

Rare cancers comprise approximately 25% of cancers diagnosed annually today, yet rare cancer patients and their families have little or no hope of positive outcomes.

The Jed Ian Taxel Foundation for Cancer Research and programs like MSK’s annual Cycle for Survival fundraising event are committed to accelerating progress in rare cancer research, bringing new and better treatments to people around the world.