Kids 360 raises $30,000 for cancer

JOH's charity Kids 360 participated in the 37th annual Pan-Mass Challenge, raising more than $30,000 for Pan-Mass Challenge's donation to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

The 2016 Pan-Mass Challenge was a two-day, 192 mile bike-a-thon throughout Massachusettes that took place Aug. 5-6, according to a news release.

John Saidnawey, JOH's president and chief operating officer, was one of several JOH executives who participated in the ride.

"We are so proud of the outpouring of support we received while raising money for this great cause," said Saidnawey in the release.

"Next year we want to welcome our industry friends to ride on our Kids 360 team and help us raise more money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute."

Kids 360, a nonprofit organization established and run by JOH, collects and donates clothes, food, toys, medical support and school supplies to carefully selected children's charities, according to the release.

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