Oak Point has been a solid supporter of charitable causes in every year of its operations for the past two decades. Whether raising money for rare cancer research with Cycle for Survival, supporting an entrepreneur in the Female Founder Mentorship Program at Wharton, or other community endeavors, Oak Point takes seriously the civic responsibility of making the world a better place.
Both Oak Point and companies from which Oak Point acquires Remnant Assets have directed funds and time to important ESG causes around the world. We believe that giving back helps us all move forward.
Advancing Business and Science — Together
Through Wharton’s Female Founders Mentorship Program, Eric Linn (W’92) guided Katherine Sizov (C’19), a Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship participant, on her entrepreneurial journey: https://whr.tn/3e8Uxl4 Learn how their partnership is advancing business and science through Katherine's startup, which fights food waste. #MoreThanEverPosted by The Wharton School on Saturday, May 23, 2020
Oak Point has been a strong supporter of Cycle for Survival since Oak Point’s co-founder, David Linn, and his late wife Jen partnered with Equinox to begin the national movement to beat rare cancers in 2007. Cycle for Survival has raised hundreds of millions of dollars and funded more than 100 clinical trials, research studies, and major research initiatives.
The high-energy indoor team cycling events provide a tangible way for your organization to fight back; 100% of all money raised directly funds lifesaving rare cancer research!
Now owned and operated by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Cycle for Survival is the fastest-growing athletic fundraiser in the country.
of every dollar funds research and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering. Your support builds a better future for every person facing cancer.
subtypes of cancer are treated at MSK, including rare forms of the disease. Discoveries made by MSK doctors and scientists benefit patients worldwide.