When Livingston residents went looking to raise some dough for their fundraising ride for Cycle for Survival, they didn't have to go far, finding an ally in Calabria Restaurant & Pizzeria.
The restaurant will open its doors on Tuesday, Jan. 29 to help volunteers riding to help find a cure for cancer.
It’s all part of a day devoted to good eating for a good cause.
Cycle for Survival is the inspiration of the late Jennifer Goodman Linn, a Livingston High School graduate who battled a rare cancer.
She was an inspiration to hundreds of Livingston residents – and thousands around the world – to join her charity, which has raised millions of dollars for cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
On Tuesday, Calabria will donate 30 percent of all proceeds - eat in or take out - to Cycle for Survival.
In the weeks leading up to the New Jersey event on Feb. 9, Sam's Men & Boys Clothing has also helped the cause with spinners in its windows to raise awareness and donations for the event.
Learn more about Cycle for Survival by clicking here.