100% of every dollar raised by riders, virtual riders and volunteers will go directly towards life-saving cancer research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, a National Cancer Institute – designated comprehensive cancer center.

Chainbreaker raised funds will be directed at cancer research at the University of Minnesota through a variety of mechanisms designed to encourage breakthrough innovations and novel collaborations between researchers.

Funding will address key priorities in cancer research: clinical trials support, novel idea seed funding, big studies that can track and understand the health of Minnesotans and faculty recruitment and development.

A committee, co-chaired by Dr. Brooks Jackson – Vice President of the Academic Health Center and Dr. Douglas Yee – Masonic Cancer Center Director, and filled with faculty representatives from across the University, will make the decisions on which projects to fund.

Visit the Masonic Cancer Center website for more information.