McDonald Hopkins Chicago attorneys raise money to fight rare cancers during Cycle for Survival


CHICAGO –  A team of attorneys from McDonald Hopkins LLC spent the afternoon of Friday, May 13, in Chicago’s Daley Plaza riding stationary bikes to raise money for Cycle for Survival and its fight to defeat rare cancers.

All proceeds from the event went to cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

“It was wonderful to participate in the Cycle for Survival charity event on Friday evening,” said McDonald Hopkins Member Marc Carmel. “The event brought together many co-workers from our Chicago office in a high-energy environment to raise money and awareness to fund research for rare cancers. It felt great to be doing good while we were having fun. I look forward to participating next year and raising even more money for this worthwhile cause.”

Cycle for Survival has raised more than $300 million since it began in 2007.

“Cycle for Survival was a great event that raised money for a great cause," said McDonald Hopkins Member Emily Johnson. "We had so much fun sweating it out with our MH team and everyone was excited to have their turn on the bike. Can’t wait to do it again next year!”

Visit the Cycle for Survival website to learn more.


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