The Greg Wolf Fund, a non profit organization founded to commemorate the life of Yardley resident Greg Wolf, will host their 3rd Annual Fall Benefit at Trenton Country Club on Friday, October 21 at 7pm. Philadelphia’s favorite comedian Joe Conklin will perform. All proceeds directly support cancer patients and research that will bring us closer to finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma and other cancers of the blood.
The 2011 auction will feature items from the Phillies, Eagles, Yankees, the NHL, and Coach, as well as fabulous spa packages and golf experiences from Trump National and other great golf venues!
Please visit www.TheGregWolfFund.org to purchase your tickets today!
Date: October 21, 2011 Time: 7PM – 10 PM
Place: Trenton Country Club, 201 Sullivan Way, West Trenton, NJ
About the Greg Wolf Fund
The Greg Wolf Fund was established on January 19, 2005, to commemorate the life of Gregory Joseph Wolf, by his family and by friends who feel privileged to have had Greg touch their lives. Throughout his twenty-three years, Greg led a beautifully vibrant and full life. In the fall of 2002, at the age of 20, Greg was diagnosed with leukemia. It was during Greg’s battle with leukemia that his spirit, fierce determination and sense of humor in dealing with every aspect of his daily life gave strength to all around him. The mission of this fund is to honor Greg’s life as a “man for others,” and to perpetuate his generous spirit by giving back to the institutions and organizations that ultimately defined Greg’s life, in health, and in sickness.
The fund will contribute its resources not only to fund research in the fight against blood cancers, but also to aid in the care and comfort of young cancer patients and their families. The Board of Directors, Officers and Members of the Advisory Board of The Greg Wolf Fund pledge to all of those who support the Fund, whether through contributions or service, to ensure that Greg’s spirit, indomitable will to live, deep faith in God, and love of humankind will live on and will triumph in the battle against cancer.