Two staff members from the CyberKnife Center of Chicago, Radiation Therapist Joe Canaleta and Administrative Assistant Cindy Tenuta, volunteered at the annual Fight for Air Climb event, one of the signature fundraising events of the American Lung Association.
This year’s event, held February 14 at the Oakbrook Terrace Tower in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, was a success and raised almost $164k for the American Lung Association, the leading organization dedicated to saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research.
Fight for Air Climb is one of the signature fundraising events of the American Lung Association. The Climbs are held in prominent skyscrapers and other buildings across the country, giving participants the opportunity to join together with friends, family and co-workers as they climb the stairs of the building to the top! The Climb has been taking place for more than a decade and has raised more than $40 million to support the mission of the American Lung Association.
CyberKnife Center of Chicago was proud to have Joe and Cindy give their time to such an important event and represent the cancer center in a positive way. Way to go Joe and Cindy!
For more information on Fight for Air Climb, please click here.
Photo: Joe Canaleta and Cindy Tenuta at the Fight for Air Climb event.