Saturday, April 20, 2013
CSUN Pike will ride in place on stationary bikes for philanthropy. April 20th 2013 California State University (CSUN) fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha is throwing their first annual Cycle For life philanthropy from 11-7 p.m. in the Student Recreation Center (SRC) Motivation Room.
Cycle for life was created in the memory of fraternity brother Taylor Trudeau who passed away in 2008 after a long fight against leukemia. Donations benefit blood cancer and are 100% tax deductible. No money will be deducted from what is raised for any operating expenses. All funds will be sent directly to research and raising awareness for Leukemia, Lymphoma and melanoma.
This is a stationary bike marathon put on by Pikes at 80 college campuses across the United States and Canada. The ways to get involved include:
Sponsors $10 to ride a stationary bike for Â½ hour on the event date. Tables will be outside of the SRC as the event draws nearer to get a time slot or ask a pike on campus.
Sponsor a rider for Â½ hour intervals at any amount.
There is a third party that will match $500 if $500 at least that amount is sent it through email donations.
To donate online visit www.taylorcycleforlife.org. Click on the chapters tab in the top left on your screen. Find CSUN and click donate.
The men of Zeta Omicron invite CSUN and the Northridge and greater LA community alike to participate.