Calabria Will Help Cycle for Survival Raise Some Dough

Restaurant lends a hand in fundraising for NJ event for rare cancers.

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.


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