Matty Frame Golf Tournament

Why the V Foundation is Important to Me

We’re excited to support the V Foundation for Cancer Research, an organization whose mission is to put an end to cancer.  By making a donation, you will be supporting cutting-edge research nationwide for all cancer types. You will be saving lives. During the last two years we have raised over $24,000 towards this great cause. Please get involved today and help us make a difference!

On Friday, June 22, 2018 at 8am the family and friends of Matt Frame are hosting a golf tournament in support of the V Foundation for Cancer Research. We expect to have approximately 200 attendees from the community. It will be a great day of golf at the beautiful Quail Valley Golf Club in Littlestown, PA (www.quailvalleygc.com). The event will include a 4-person scramble and lunch. Limited to 36 teams.

Matt Frame will forever be missed. After his year-long battle with cancer, he was taken from us too soon. His family and friends would like to celebrate Matt's life and raise money in Matt's honor for the V Foundation for Cancer Research, formed by ESPN and Jim Valvano in their efforts to eradicate cancer. The V Foundation supports research talents and promising cancer research projects. Our hope is that with their efforts, the dream of finding a cure will come true.

We know that Matt's kindness and strength shine down on all of us through the love of his family and friends. Please show your support for a cause that we know that Matt cared for as much as we do and our hope is that in the future other families can beat this horrible disease.

Sponsor a Hole: If you would like to show your support by sponsoring a hole for $100, please donate directly to the V Foundation using this website. Please email Kim Pisula, [email protected] by May 31st, 2018 with your logo for signage at the event. Advertising is included in your $100 donation.

Golf: If you would like to register your foursome to golf in the event, please contact Timothy Frame at [email protected]

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