2014 Mike Patterson Invitational

2014 Mike Patterson Invitational

Thomson Country Club-North Reading, Massachusetts

Kids Clubs Challenge

Kids Clubs Challenge

Eric Tinkler and Mike Amato

Tim Patterson and his foursome 2014

Tim Patterson and his foursome 2014

Tim is joined by Mike Amato, Mike Ibrahim and Mike Andre at the 2014 Mike Patterson Invitational

MPF Boards

MPF Boards

Made by Richie Spagnuolo

Mini-Golf Tournament

Mini-Golf Tournament

Left to Right - Matt Anderson, Tim Grogan, Anthony Durkee, and Jen Grogan

The Pattersons

The Pattersons

Jackie, Georgia, Tim, Amy and Lynne

RAFFLES!

RAFFLES!

The girls beat the guys!

The girls beat the guys!

Mike Ibrahim, Holly Jackson, Kristen Prudden, and Andre'a Ciano

Georgia with the Leaderboard

Georgia with the Leaderboard

Georgia Patterson points out The Mike Patterson Invitational on the leader board at The Jimmy Fund Golf Appreciation Night

 

Why We Do It

 

The Mike Patterson Foundation was founded in 2012 with our first event, a mini-golf tournament. After a huge success, we decided to make it a continuous, year-round effort, instead of a once per year event. It is our hope that we can count on your commitment to helping us attain our goal of reaching $1,00,000 donated to Dana-Farber, in support of breast cancer research. Our promise is to always raise money for breast cancer research in memory of Mike Patterson and Nicole Heck

 

To date, we have raised $240,000. Check out our blog for more personal stories from people who have helped us along the way.

Where Your Money Goes

 

"Cancer is complicated. While we have achieved remarkable successes in treating many forms of the disease, we lack effective treatments for other subtypes. Drug resistance is a vexing problem, some therapies show terrific initial response only to lose effectiveness as the cancer mutates. The pace of discovery is slow because cancer is complex and our work is meticulous. Your support is crucial to turn promising research into effective treatments.

 

Private support is essential for conducting innovative basic research, which is not eligible for federal funding until well along in successful testing. Philanthropy provides seed funding to test our hypotheses and bring promising studies far enough along to attract federal support. "

 

-Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

​​Call us:

781-301-1573

Email Us:

tim@mikepattersonfoundation.org

© 2015 Mike Patterson Foundation

 

Kids Clubs Challenge

Eric Tinkler and Mike Amato