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On November 10th, Adan, Ian, Ryan and Richard will be Cycling to Inspire. You are absolutely lying to yourself if you say you have never met or known someone who has been affected by cancer.  Between The four of us, we have a lymphoma  and brain cancer survivor so our motivation is beyond fueled.  We plan on partaking in a 4 hour spinathon where all of the proceeds will go to promote the young adult cancer awareness.  We choose here and now to get involved because actions speak louder than words.

Please read below to find out about all the great programs that UCF offers for those affected by this terrible disease. Especially check out what is probably our favorite project, the Ulman House, a collection of several connected row homes in East Baltimore where young adult patients can stay for free while receiving treatment at many of the great hospitals our city has to offer. Literally blocks away from Johns Hopkins. Your donations help make these programs possible.


ABOUT 2018 Cycle to Inspire

Cycle to Inspire is a four-hour indoor cycling event hosted at Baltimore Soundstage on Saturday, November 10, 2018. The event will feature teams of four riders each spinning for one 45-minute session led by Baltimore’s best spin instructors. Individual participants have the option to complete all four sessions on a Challenge Bike.

Cycle to Inspire challenges participants to #BEMORE by raising funds and awareness for young adults impacted by cancer in the Baltimore community.

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. We are able to accomplish our mission through Direct Services and Programs that better the lives of young adults impacted by cancer. One of those services is our Young Adult Patient Navigation program that serves patients remotely and on-site at our partner facilities, the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, the University of Maryland Marlene & Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, Children’s National Medical Center, the John P. Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed National Medical Center, and MedStar Health Systems.

The proceeds from this event will also help to fuel the ongoing support of running Ulman House, a home away from home for young adults seeking cancer treatment in Baltimore.

To find out more about UCF’s Mission and Direct Services and Programs, follow the links below.

Your Support

Cancer to 5K Program

Name Date Amount Comments
Robert Cook 11/02/2018 $100.00 Good work guys!!
Michael Contini 11/01/2018 $30.00  
Nicole Guagenti 11/01/2018 $1,000.00 Jose, Thank you for bringing this to our attention
Carol Christens-Barry 10/31/2018 $50.00 Go Ian, go!!
Scott Clipp 10/30/2018 $50.00  
Meredith Hughes 10/26/2018 $50.00 BANANA SUIT!!!! Kick butt guys!
Xenia Rybak 10/26/2018 $25.00 P2P 2018 Represent!!!!
Adan Sanchez 10/26/2018 $24.00 Thank you Kyle for your donation
Christopher Chavez 10/26/2018 $40.00  
Adan Sanchez 10/26/2018 $35.00 Thank you so much Jackie G
Graham Petto 10/26/2018 $25.00 Bike on!
Patrick O’Malley 10/25/2018 $20.00 Locust Point - Represent!
Amy Feranec 10/24/2018 $35.00 #P2P2018 Kick butt guys!
Sue/Joe Markowitz 10/19/2018 $50.00 Thank you and the Ulman Cancer Fund for helping all the young adults who benefit from the work you do.
Ian Hoehl 10/09/2018 $25.00  
Sheryl Reicher 10/09/2018 $100.00 Richard, Thank you for all you do for cancer research! Sheryl
Cathryn Hoehl 10/09/2018 $100.00 I wish I could be there. Thank you all for your efforts to fight childhood cancer.
Justine Senese 10/09/2018 $35.00 Proud of you guys! Wish I could come!
  Total $1,794.00  
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