Biking Beats Cancer and the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults would like to thank each and every donor for making this great feat possible. Because of your support, young adults battling cancer will have a much great chance of returning to a normal life, job, and family. I am truly touched by the generosity of others and your commitment to bettering the lives of others.
Key to Keys is a program of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, a leading voice in the young adult cancer movement.
UCF’s Key to Keys team spends one week cycling from Baltimore, MD to Key West, FL to raise awareness about young adult cancer and spread the mission of the Ulman Cancer Fund.
Key to Keys is more than just a bike ride. It’s not a race. It’s not a competition. It’s a journey that brings together a diverse group of individuals to build a community of support for those affected by cancer.
Using cycling as a platform, Key to Keys participants come together throughout the journey to share their individual cancer connections and give out as much support to others as they are receiving.The team also visits cancer centers and communities to connect young adults and their loved ones to our organization.
The money raised by our participants will support our vital programs and services such as a UCF patient navigator at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Below description copied directly from the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults website for the 2016 Key to Keys.
We change lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, as they fight cancer and embrace survivorship.
Top Donors List
1. Practical Dental Assisting of VA Beach – $600
2. Nalini Ramaloo – $500:
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Mike Key – $250
Karen Vess – $250
4. FairCode Associates – $200
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Cathleen Graham – $100
Daniel Healy – $100
Gadi Glogowski – $100
Rahul Rege – $100
Richard Carman – $100
Richard Hornbeck – $100