The mission of the Cycle for Life is to raise awareness for Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Melanoma. Our goal is to fund research to find a cure.
The Taylor Trudeau Cycle for Life was created in memory of a fallen Pi Kappa Alpha brother, Taylor Trudeau. Taylor passed away in August 2008 after a year long battle with Leukemia.
The Cycle for Life is a stationary cycling event that was founded by the brothers of the Gamma Mu Chapter at the University of New Hampshire. The first event was held shortly after Taylor’s death, therefore there was not the weeks available for planning, and yet, $4,000 was raised. In the second year, the Cycle for Life raised $11,000, and at the third annual, held in November 2010, $16,000 was raised. All the monies raised are donated directly to research. The mission of the Gamma Mu Chapter is to have all chapters join the Cycle for Life Event.
We invite you to support the Pi Kappa Alpha Taylor Trudeau Cycle for Life by making a donation today. We donate 100% of the money raised to blood cancer research. We do not deduct from the funds raised for any operating expenses. 100% of your donation is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution.
- Support the Taylor Trudeau Charitable Foundation by utilizing the donation button below. 100% of the money raised goes to blood cancer research, and is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution.
- To support one of our Chapters, find it in the menu at left, or in the Chapters area of our website.
- We also accept donations via check. Visit our donate page for more information.