If we don’t learn, grow and take action from our life experiences, only then can we feel regret. We need to make meaning out of what feels like it is impossible to understand. We need to rally, we need to partner together, and we need to fight.
When you hear the devastating word Cancer uttered from a doctors mouth, your world begins to spin. You become empowered. You become educated about the specific disease, you search for the best doctors, and you learn about ground breaking research. Resources and access varies greatly, and in our darkest days, we need a community of light and support. But we are also angry, and we want to tell Cancer to GFY.
GFYC Foundations mission is to support all those affected by the diagnosis of cancer. To provide funding for research, financial and psychological support for patients and caregivers alike. Tp provide hope when they need it most. Because, ”hope is a good thing maybe even the best of things and good things never die.” — Shawshank Redemption
GFYC Foundation will fund research and caregiver support within the cancer community.
We will work with both national organizations and local charities and together, the Board will determine how to allocate endowments accordingly.
To join a planning committee or submit a charity for consideration, please contact us.
SAVE THE DATE!
Tix available soon
Tues, Aug 6 at Quaker Ridge.
In addition, a non-golfer event will take place that afternoon WWDD45 Bday Bash
Come join the party and raise money to support local Cancer related charities!
Wed Jan 30
26th / 6th / Broadway
Open bar 7-9
Cash Bar after 9pm
Tues, Aug 7 at Quaker Ridge.
In addition, a non-golfer event will take place that afternoon "WWDD" aka What Would Deb Do (while Ari was golfing).
Tickets now available!
Wednesday, January 31
Live music, 2 hour open bar, food, silent auction and more!
Join team #GFYC in NY!
Equinox East 44th Street
Saturday February 10
Time: 10am - 2pm
Go to the team page:
Click "Join this Team"
Enter the case-sensitive password to join: cycle2018
Your support will help local and national cancer related charities.
How I mourn
Debra Bluman's personal blog
Expressing her journey through the grieving process