Help Support Friends of Childhood Cancer
Take part in our golf outing to support
Friends of Childhood Cancer.
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 at Saxon Golf Course
839 Ekastown Rd., Sarver, PA 16055.
9 a.m. shotgun start
$100 per golfer
How can I help?
We ask that you consider donating in any way that you can. The following are ways that you can help.
A monetary donation of your choice. Any little bit helps. Checks can be made payable to The Friends of Childhood Cancer or click the donate button below to use PayPal.
Hole sponsorship for the golf outing. $100 per hole or $175 for two holes. (Please use this form).
Baskets, gift cards, golf apparel/supplies, any item donated towards Chinese Auction.
Last but not least, a donation of your time to help make this event successful would be greatly appreciated.
Registration for this event includes:
The chance to win $400 for the winning team.
18 holes of golf with a golf cart.
A six-pack per team.
Two hotdogs per golfer at the turn.
A meal catered by John Marshall after golfing.
A gift for each participating golfer.
How do I register?
You can register your 4 player golf team by clicking the 'Buy Now' button below. Team registration is $400 ($100 per golfer). Once you have registered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org the list of the 4 golfers participating in the event.
What is Friends of Childhood Cancer?
Friends of Childhood Cancer is a nonprofit group started by John Pavlik II (Owner of Xtra Innings Sports Bar & Grille located in West Deer). No child or family should ever have to endure such a terrible disease so Friends of Childhood Cancer seeks to raise funds for families affected by childhood cancer and for research to find a cure. Our mission is to hold an annual golf outing to raise funds for this special cause.
The money raised will be donated to two local families that are fighting this disease. This year’s funds will go towards Marco Mangieri and Noah Latronica. The funds will go towards Marco’s fight against Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia that he was diagnosed with just before his third birthday and Noah’s fight against Ependymoma, a rare form of brain cancer, that he was diagnosed with at 6-months-old. Both children are fighting hard and showing cancer who is boss!
Click this button to donate
Your donation can help save a life!