Million Dollar Bike Ride - LGDA & LMI
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Fundraising goal $30,000.00
Recent donations (56 donations)
Name DescendingX Amount
Ferry Family $7500.00
Sylvia Carlton $100.00
Adam & Stephanie Hornby $30.00
Scot Wiesner $50.00
LGDA Europe $9500.00
Nitesh Bajaj $50.00
Pat Dahlson $500.00
Judy Dahlson $200.00
Mr. Frank and Dottie Elia $300.00
Lois and Bennett $100.00
A.C. Desk Co., Inc. $200.00
Mr. Michael Fay $100.00
Linda Sutherland $1000.00
Merle Salvucci $50.00
Maggie & Ray Boswell $100.00
Squires $100.00
Mr, & Mrs. John W. Carley $200.00
Diane and Rob Burton $50.00
Anonymous $20.00
Henry Fay $50.00
Ms. Ellen and Ed Frechette $250.00
Nuria and Ines $500.00
Sean and Michelle Chastain $100.00
Buswell $100.00
The Stallings Family $100.00
Meg and Mark
Mr. David Heller $200.00
Owen and Tara Kelly $100.00
Gary & Karen Dellosso $100.00
Rob and Diane Burton $100.00
Beverly and Herb
Diana G Seed $500.00
in memory of Patsy Kelly Stirone sister of Jack Kelly $50.00
Sally Garza $100.00
Mrs. Susan Kennedy $100.00
Bill and Paula Seed $1000.00
Keri Laman $100.00
Bob & Rita Ferry $300.00
Mr. Aaron Sutherland $100.00
Andrew Sutherland $100.00
Brendan Kelly $100.00
John & Jacquelyn Dionne & Family $1000.00
David and Linda Sutherland $1000.00
Fay Family $500.00
Jack Kelly $500.00
Candy Thompson $25.00
In honor ofJana Sheets $500.00
Tim Hester $1000.00
Recent donations
Event participants
Sylvia Carlton
Bennett Chaite
Nuria Chiu
Judy Dahlson
LGDA Europe
Michael Fay
Henry Fay
John Fay
Ellen and Ed Frechette
Sally Garza
Tim Hester
Adam & Stephanie Hornby
Brendan Kelly
Jack Kelly
Susan Kennedy
Aaron Sutherland
Scot Wiesner
rita ferry
Team LGDA / LMI - To Give Hope & Find Help

About the Lymphangiomatosis & Gorham's Disease Alliance (LGDA)
The LGDA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation dedicated to patient support, advocacy, and research to find effective treatments and cures for those affected by Generalized lymphatic anomaly (GLA)/Lymphangiomatosis, Gorham-Stout disease, Kaposiform lymphangiomatosis (KLA), and other rare lymphatic anomalies. Learn more:
About the Lymphatic Malformation Institute (LMI)
The LMI is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the clinical care of patients with Generalized lymphatic anomaly (GLA)/Lymphangiomatosis and Gorham-Stout disease by funding research focused on identifying effective therapies for treating these rare disorders of the lymphatic system. Learn more:
Donate to Participate - Help Team LGDA / LMI Reach its Goal!
Every dollar of our $30,000 goal will be matched.

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If you would like to attend the event as a non-rider and cheer the team on, contact for further information.
  • Generalized lymphatic anomaly (GLA)/lymphangiomatosis
  • Gorham-Stout disease (GSD)
  • Kaposiform lymphangiomatosis (KLA)
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  • Give hope & help
  • Support research
Event details
Million Dollar Bike Ride
06/08/2019 07:30 AM
The Penn Medicine Orphan Disease Center (ODC) will host the 6th Annual Million Dollar Bike Ride to raise money for rare disease research. Every donation made to Team LGDA / LMI will be matched by Penn Medicine ODC up to $30,000 and will be used to fund research into these rare diseases. Highline Park - 31st & Chestnut Philadelphia. PA 13/34/72 Mile Options
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Donation messages
LGDA-Europe is pleased to continue our support for the LGDA-LMI Research Team Riders - and thank all the Riders and the UPenn Orphan Disease Center for this wonderful program --LGDA Europe
Proud of your commitment to this cause! --Mr. Michael Fay
Thank you to everyone that donated! And many thanks to the bicyclists for bringing awareness to and providing research funds for this disease! Thank you Maggie and Ray, Sandy, Merle, Diane and Rob, mom, Larry, and Bill and Paula! --Linda Sutherland
#3. For Adrian --Merle Salvucci
Pedal Your Ass Off, and Work Up a Thirst! --Squires

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