Hideki Kinoshita and Michael A. Crane, MD, Deputy Director of the WTC Clinical Center of Excellence.

Hideki Kinoshita’s Fundraising Page in Support of Mount Sinai’s World Trade Center Health Program

On the 10th Anniversary of the September 11 tragedy, I set up a fundraiser to support The Mount Sinai Medical Center's World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program. I am extremely passionate about fundraising for this program because it directly helps those brave men and women who unselfishly came to the rescue in the wake of 9/11.
My mission in 2013 is to raise over $15,000 to help the World Trade Center Health Program by running as many 100-mile races as I can. My goal is to set a new world record for the most 100-milers in a year (current record is 25 by impressive Monica Scholz of Canada).
During this arduous endeavor, I need your support to help me reach my fundraising goal. Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure, and your donation goes directly to Mount Sinai’s WTC Health Program. Many thanks for your support and please don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too.
Hideki "Kino" Kinoshita

Since 9/11, many responders have developed long-term, life-threatening diseases that are directly attributable to their experiences at the WTC site. This medical burden has caused countless numbers of responders to lose their ability to work and has led many of these heroes to lose their primary source of income, as well as their health insurance. Mount Sinai seeks to bridge this gap and continue to ensure that those first responders are able to receive treatment for the medical and psychosocial illnesses that they now face.