Join us in our 3rd Annual Putting for Peyton Golf Tournament
benefiting the Here with HOPE Foundation.
This is our largest fundraiser that has supported numerous families. Last year we donated over $3,000 to a local family to help them pay for their medical treatment. They needed to be apart of a study / clinical trial in Los Angeles. Because of YOU they were able to make it happen.
Every child recieves a HOPE basket (including a tablet if needed) and once a month we choose a family to assist with their financial needs. We also make it a priority to help bring these families a little excitment and joy! This year one of our favorites was creating a special private event for our buddy Super Logan who had just recovered from his SECOND brain surgery. We rented an entire theater to watch old batman movies and....we were able to get Batman and his Batmobile to come take him for a ride! It was such an incredible experience for all involved.
We try to make our tournament a super fun experience and we are thrilled that you are joining us!
HOPE families need us, they have so many decisions to face. Paying their bills should not be one of them.
Two minutes from now, a child will be diagnosed with cancer,and another family will be faced with the very real possibility of losing their child.
Will you help?
Each year in the U.S. there are an estimated 15,780 children between the ages of birth and 19 years of age who are diagnosed with cancer.
Approximately 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer before their 20th birthday. Globally there are more than 250,000 children diagnosed with cancer each year.
Every 2 minutes, somewhere in the world a family hears the devastating words that their child has been diagnosed with cancer.
While survival rates for many types of childhood cancer have improved, for too many children, cancer will shorten their lives too soon.
Cancer remains the most common cause of death by disease for children in America.
More children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than any other disease—in fact, more than many other childhood diseases combined.
Before they turn 20, about 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will have cancer.
Only 4% of Government Funding is allocated to childhood cancer.
(All statistics provided by ACCO.)