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Charity Net USA

<a href="http://www.charitynetusa.com/">CharityNet USA</a>

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Friends of Suzanne received $2500 from Hawk Pointe Foundation on Feb 28, 2009.  We are deeply moved by this, and appreciative of what this can do for our patient support.
 
 
The Hawk Pointe Foundation was founded by the Principals of Hawk Pointe Golf Club;  Patrick Welsh, Richard Cotton, and Robert Ross.  The Foundation was established to help better respond to the many requests for contributions we receive from our members, employees and the communities where we live and serve. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for community causes within Hunterdon and Warren Counties. Through sports and social activities, ongoing events will be provided to encourage individuals to experience the joy of giving back. 

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In Her Shoes,

The TJL Foundation

A non-profit organization

founded by devoted family

and friends of

Tamara Jane Lizzi

 

Upon graduation from college, Tamara, at the age of twenty-two, was first diagnosed with colon cancer.

 

Although no one would have suspected such a tiny force was fighting this silent battle, she did so with dignity and unspoken strength. Throughout her struggle with this disease Tamara became a devoted advocate for early detection. She was an inspiration to those fortunate enough to know and love her. Tamara was an extraordinary young woman who embraced life with endless energy while cherishing family and friends with unlimited affection.  

 

More than anything, Tamara wanted to bring attention to a disease that was thought to afflict those far removed from their twenties. Members of The TJL Foundation have pledged to continue Tamara’s mission, a mission to educate and spread awareness.

 

Tamara’s strength, optimism, accomplishments and respect for life continue to be a driving force for those who knew her. She etched a memory in the hearts of everyone she met. Tamara always wanted to make the world a better place but at the end of her very short journey, she wanted to make the lives of those suffering easier, more comfortable, and bearable. 

 

In Her Shoes, The TJL Foundation

has a three-fold mission. 

We advocate for early detection, support those diagnosed with cancer as well as provide support to their families.

 

 Funds raised are disbursed to New Jersey Cancer Institute, Robert Wood Johnson Oncology Ward and additionally through implementing educational programs throughout New Jersey to young adults, in an effort  to provide information, guidance, and medical assistance.

 

For more information on The TJL Foundation and future events please visit our website at

 

www.TheTJLFoundation.org.

 

In Her Shoes,

The TJL Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 246

Oldwick, New Jersey 08858

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Tranquil Touch Day Spa
Flemington, NJ
Debra Feindt
 
When Debra read the article on the Pay Their Way program she reached out to the organization.  Having been touched by cancer in her own life, and having a dear friend, also named Suzanne who has been affected by the disease, she knew the fit with our organization was right.
 
Donation of $ 969.58 to Friends of Suzanne to help fund the first Pay Their Way event in January, 2008. 
 
We are blessed and honored to make yet another new friend, and appreciate the kindness, bestowed upon us.
 
Looking for the perfect gift for your loved one?  Please consider one of the many treatments offered at the Tranquil Touch Day Spa, and help cancer patients in doing so.
 
Thank to Tranquil Touch Day Spa - your generosity will benefit numerous patients suffering the life crisis affects of a cancer diagnosis.
 

 
Hopewell, NJ
Ursula Kaplowitz
 
Ursula, a cancer patient herself was touched by the concept of Pay their Way.  We first came to know her immediately following the first event in July.  It has now been just over 5 months and she wants to "pay it forward" by helping others, with whom she shares a common bond.
 
Ursula is donating a portion of the proceeds from her recent show at the Hopewell Trainstation to Friends of Suzanne, and they will be used for an upcoming Pay Their Way.
 
We thank Ursula, and look forward to continuing our support to her, as she continues her journey with cancer.
 
 
 
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McStoker Driscoll Foundation
Brian P O'Rourke
 
Had a family member who was at the cancer center during the first Pay Their Way event.  Was moved, and touched by the program.  Donated $500 for second event and will be partnering with the organization at future events.
 
 
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Lebanon Courtyard Marriott

Holiday Inn Select, Clinton New Jersey

PORTERS PUB
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EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA

Houser-Zullo

The Unpronounceable

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Dartcor Food Service
40 South Jefferson Rd
Whippany NJ
 
Glynn Family
Mahwah, NJ
 
Joe Lutz
Mr Lutz, a cancer survivor himself has been
collecting cell phones for us at his doctors office
 We owe him a heartfelt thank you, and appreciate his support more than he will ever know.

Perryville Wine and Spirits
Route 78, Exit 12
72 Rte 173 West
Perryville, NJ

Lakeside Deli & Grocery

Route 31 North
Clinton, New Jersey
Phoneraiser Collection Site
 
 
Mobile Mart & Noble Pizza
Route 31 South
Clinton, New Jersey
Phoneraiser Collection Site

Pantone Inc 

Carlstadt, NJ

 

Kandlewerks



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Church Hill TN 37642
423.256.3565

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Three Bridges NJ 08887