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I am participating in SkyRise Chicago 2017, tackling the planet’s highest indoor tower climb at the Willis Tower to raise funds for the nation's best rehabilitation hospital, according to US News and World Report – the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, formerly known as the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC)! This is my 9th year climbing!
I know that you and others in your organization, as well as your professional organization have generously supported the climb historically. Now more than ever I am looking for your support. Please consider donating as an individual and as a corporation. I welcome your support. I appreciate your support.
SRALAB provides world-class rehabilitation care to thousands of patients for traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, stroke and cancer recovery, and more. The funds raised through SkyRise Chicago 2017 will directly support advances in patient care and cutting-edge research at SRALAB. The funds raised will be applied to unfunded or under funded areas of the SRALAB. Your generous donation at any level will serve to improve the lives of individuals with physical disability.
SkyRise Chicago is truly a special event. It’s the only tower climb in the world to offer two modes of participation - by foot up the Willis Tower stairs and / or via stationary hand-cycling the equivalent distance uphill for those who are unable to climb the tower traditionally. These options give anyone, no matter their level of ability, the opportunity to participate. Feel free to join my team, Please Keep Moving, as a participant and climb or cycle to the top! Or, please consider a financial contribution.
Here is your opportunity to participate. Help me as I challenge myself physically and mentally to complete the climb and support SRALAB, a not-for profit hospital organization. Your donation will help SRALAB continue to provide patients with world-class care for the brightest possible future.
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