Editor's Note

Cycle For Survival At SALT

Apr 30 2013 | 9:31am ET by Deirdre Brennan

The biggest annual hedge fund confab begins next week not with a cocktail party, but with a bike ride. Attendees of the SALT Conference in Las Vegas are encouraged to sign up for an indoor cycle session to raise money for the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Now to worry, if you don’t like to sweat you or if you won’t be in Las Vegas on May 7, you can still support the riders by sponsoring one or more of them.

If you have already signed up to ride, send me a link to your fundraising page and I will happily post it here and on our social media sites. (E-mail me at dbrennan@finalternatives.com).

Find out more by visiting Cycle For Survival At SALT.

About Cycle for Survival

SkyBridge Capital, in partnership with the Aspire Giving Foundation, is proud to present Cycle for Survival at the 5th annual SALT Conference in Las Vegas. Aspire Giving’s mission is to partner with causes like Cycle for Survival that share in their pledge of turning ground-breaking intentions and outcome-driven goals into sustainable models with tangible results that have a life altering impact on solving the world’s most critical problems. Aligning with that mission, since its founding in 2007, Cycle has become a national movement that has nearly doubled in size each year. It has funded 53 clinical trials and research studies on rare cancers led by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Cycle for Survival will kick off SALT 2013 on Tuesday, May 7, with a ride beginning at 2pm. Register or donate today. Join the Battle!

 


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