The First Charity Stair Climbing Event at 4 World Trade Center

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Runyon Up Stair Climb for Cancer Research

4 World Trade Center, the first office building to open on the rebuilt World Trade Center site, will be host to the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation’s Runyon Up, a charity stair climb that raises money for young cancer researchers. This will be the first fundraising climb up the newly opened 72-story building operated by Silverstein Properties. Learn how to get involved in the vertical challenge that’s sure to offer some impressive views of the 9/11 Memorial.

By Margaret Barng, 9/11 Memorial Deputy Communications Manager

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