This month’s cause is Cycle for Survival, which is one that hits close to home for Eric Hirani, Infinite’s founder and CEO.
“Matthew Siwinski was my best friend growing up; we knew each other from Pre-K until he was taken from us by a rare form of brain cancer called glioblastoma in 2017,” said Eric. “Matt was an inspiration to all, a brilliant person, loving, caring, and helpful. There are few memories or stories I have that don’t in some way involve Matt, and I’m just happy to be able to say I knew him.”
Part of Infinite Cares’ mission is to help those in need find the light through some of their darkest times. With that, we are beyond thrilled to have the opportunity to support a Cycle for Survival team, The Goddesses, who are riding in their sixth year in honor of Matthew Siwinski.
Cycle for Survival accelerates progress in rare cancer research, bringing new and better treatment options to people around the world. 100 percent of every dollar donated will go directly to groundbreaking research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK). The funds raised are critical to launching initiatives and accelerating progress — benefiting people not just at MSK but worldwide.