Roundarch Takes the Field in the American Cancer Society's Second Annual Corporate Softball Invitational

On September 12, Roundarch proudly sponsored the American Cancer Society’s Second Annual Corporate Softball Invitational, held at Manhattan’s East River Park. The softball tournament raises funds for the American Cancer Society’s outreach and lifesaving programs and services, invaluable resources for individuals and families battling cancer. As a sponsor and participating team for the second consecutive year, Roundarch recognizes the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and we took the field with a group of new and returning players aiming to build upon last year’s achievements. Playing under rainy skies for much of the afternoon, the Roundarch Rounders competed against other New York companies, with each of the corporate teams united in the fight against cancer.

The Rounders

Between games, the teams gathered in the East River Park amphitheater to reflect on personal experiences of dealing with cancer, while Jason Carpenter, a softball player and cancer survivor, shared his own story of battling the disease. During the intermission, we were thrilled to learn that, thanks to the generous fundraising efforts of all players and teams, the Second Annual Corporate Softball Invitational raised nearly $24,000 for the American Cancer Society. Inspired by the tournament’s overwhelming success, Roundarch returned to the diamond and held a two-run lead in the second game before falling just short of our goal of reaching the championship round. Roundarch looks for even more success on and off the field next season, as we proudly continue to support the American Cancer Society’s mission of research, education, advocacy and service.

The American Cancer Society accepts donations throughout the year. For information on additional ways to support the fight against cancer, please visit the .

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