Mar 11, 2015
More than 1,600 JPMorgan Chase employees across the U.S. climbed on stationary bikes and pedaled to raise nearly $400,000 to support rare cancer research in the 2015 Cycle for Survival.
For the second consecutive year, the firm has participated in the national movement to help fund clinical trials, studies and research initiatives led by the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. This year, the firm donated $10,000 for each city with 24 or more employees taking part.
In addition, employees at more than a half dozen satellite locations across the U.S. have also organized Cycle for Survival events to raise money and lend their support.