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Noelle Bensussen - HoldYou SoulCycle

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Please ride with us at a special SoulCycle Ride to support HoldYou on June 25th, 2016 @ 2:30 pm. It’s easy to set up and participate as a fundraiser for this worthy cause.  Riders must raise a minimum of $250.00 to participate.​ 


If you are unable to ride, please consider making a donation.


June 25, 2016

2:30pm - 3:15pm

SoulCycle Culver City

8820 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Complimentary reception to follow with gift bags for eligible riders!

(space is limited to the first 54 people)

SoulCycle provides water and shoes.


HoldYou Foundation provides financial assistance to families in need who have a child facing a critical illness or injury; to hold the financial burdens of the parents so that they may be able to devote full time care to their child.


We are riding to raise funds for HoldYou Foundation which supports families of children like Regina. At just 16 months old, Regina was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in June 2012.  She completed chemotherapy and was being followed closely at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA by the Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Team.  Now 5 years old, Regina’s recent imaging showed signs of tumor progression and the need for neurosurgery.  This brave little girl has now restarted chemotherapy and will continue treatment for the next year. 

Regina’s parents are her constant caregivers.  The care and well-being of her parents is critical to Regina’s treatment, recuperation and survival.  With her parents facing serious financial hardship, HoldYou was able to step in to pay for housing costs for the family, allowing Regina’s parents to focus on providing her with their full attention and care.

Your contribution to HoldYou Foundation will help families like Regina’s in their time of greatest need.


To This Fundraiser


  • Enright & Ocheltree, LLP



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Enright & Ocheltree, LLP

Enright & Ocheltree, LLP


2 years ago