Help Us Support Cancer Research and Patient Care Programs
WELCOME TO FAMILIES FOR A CURE
Cancer has affected too many people we know. So we’re doing something about it.
It started with a partnership in 2006 when Pat Puhl and Eric Friedman met for lunch. Pat was the host of The Double Bogey Invitational (DBI), a golf tournament he planned to turn into a fundraiser.
WE CREATE EXPERIENCES AND PUT “FUN” IN FUNDRAISING.
Throughout the year we fun experiences that bring together our family of supporters to celebrate the lives of the people we know who are battling, have battled and won as well as those we’ve lost to cancer. Many of these events are fundraisers that provide the necessary funding needed to fulfill the promises we’ve made to fund cancer research and patient care programs.
It's back and as good as ever! We're partnering again with the Hilliard Rotary Club to host and Fourth Annual Auction. It's typically done as part of the Great Debate Ohio State versus Michigan Comedy Roast. But you know, 2020.... well, it's modified our plans....
Pat Puhl recently joined Ed Siddell, President of EGSI Financial, on his podcast "The Retirement Trainer." During their discussion Puhl and Siddell discussed Families for a Cure's history, mission and support they've provided to cancer research and patient care...
Organizations and individuals who have been impacted by the disease come together to make a difference for others In 2009 Jane Clark and her husband Kevin, started a non-profit called Hope Hollow. At a time in their lives when most retired couples would be downsizing...