Please join us for this years “Million Dollar Bike Ride” Saturday, June 13th, 2020.
The CDCN has an annual event in Philadelphia, Each year, Team Castleman Disease rides in support of The Penn Medicine Orphan Disease Center’s “Million Dollar Bike Ride”. Team Castleman Disease rides to raise funds to further our research in our quest for a cure. This research will continue to help those lives impacted with Castleman Disease. We hope you can join us or donate to this event.
To join Team Castleman Disease and learn more about the Million Dollar Bike ride, please register here. If you register with fundraising, please be sure to select” Team Castleman Disease” when you are asked to select a disease team.
Registration WITHOUT Fundraising
Early Bird Registration Fee: $60
After April 1, non-fundraising cyclist registration fee will increase to $80.
All cyclists will receive a complimentary MDBR T-shirt.
Registration WITH Fundraising & Virtual Fundraiser
Registration Fee: $25 (must raise at least $250 before the event)
Fundraising cyclists will receive an official 2020 Million Dollar Bike Ride cycling jersey and a T-shirt. Must register by March 27th to receive the jersey on June 13th. All fundraising cyclists who register after March 27th will be able to pick up their jersey after June 13th at our offices, sizes aren’t guaranteed.
Please share these links with your family and friends to help us reach our goal. If you are not interested in being a rider this year, you can also donate to support Team Castleman Disease. All donations will be matched 100% by Penn’s Orphan Disease Center. Penn will match dollar for dollar, so that we can double our research impact from funds raised through this ride. Making our goal of $40,000 will help funding for our research grant. For more information, or to join/donate to the CDCN Ride to a Cure team, visit our Penn Giving page here.
We thank you for your ongoing support. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Mileva Repasky, firstname.lastname@example.org or Patty Prazenica, email@example.com. For more information, you can also call the CDCN phone at 610-304-0696.