UPS Employee Mike Parli Presents Check To POTCF
Mokena Community Park Foundation Fourth Annual President's Cup Golf Outing an Enormous Success
On Monday, July 13th, the Mokena Community Park Foundation held its Fourth Annual President’s Cup Golf Outing at Odyssey Golf Club in Tinley Park to benefit the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation. The event included an amazing 54 sponsors and over 90 golfers who enjoyed an exciting day of golf, lunch, dinner, a two-hour open bar, seven silent auction prizes, several raffles and tons of fun for all. When the last golf cart had rolled in, the President’s Cup Golf Outing had raised an impressive $12,500. President’s Cup Golf Outing Chairman Jim Romanek said, “When I first heard about the Treasure Chest Foundation and the passion the organization had for these children, it was a no-brainer that our Foundation had to help these children any way we could.”
The Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation Mourns the Loss of Mr. Phil Finn
Sympathy to the Beazley and Mueller Families
The Board of Directors and Staff at the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation extend our deepest sympathy to the Beazley and Mueller Family with regard to the passing of their beloved daughter’s Emily Beazley and Becca Mueller. The Beazley and Mueller Family helped get the word out about the Treasure Chest Foundation during a Living Healthy Chicago television broadcast and shared what it is really like when a child is diagnosed with cancer. May the love of family and friends comfort the Beazley’s and Mueller’s during this sad time.
7th Annual Jack's Back Cupcake/Lemonade Stand - May 13, 2015
7th Annual Jack’s Back Cupcake/Lemonade Stand 7944 W. Laurel Drive… Frankfort, IL Saturday, May 16, 2015 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
On Saturday, May 16, 2015 the Genis Family held its Seventh Annual Jack’s Back Lemonade and Cupcake Stand at their home in Frankfort to benefit the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation. The Lemonade Stand raised more than $3,100 for the Treasure Chest Foundation. Since its inception this popular event has raised more than $13,100 for children and teens fighting cancer. When Jack Genis was four, he received gifts from the Treasure Chest Foundation when he was diagnosed with a blood virus. Jack’s Mom Shelly Genis said, “Jack may be done with his treatment and followup blood work for his blood virus but there are so many kids who are still receiving their treatments. How can you stop, knowing that there are still children who need and appreciate receiving gifts from their treasure chest?”