Sponsorship Form

Ryan Goldblatt Foundation

Please allow this letter to introduce you to The Ryan Goldblatt Foundation. Ryan Goldblatt lost his courageous two and a half year battle with AT/RT (brain cancer) on September 15, 2010. He was almost 4 years old. Although cancer never defined Ryan, cancer did invade his brilliant brain and stole him from this earth. Ryan never let cancer get in the way of life. He enjoyed living each moment of his young life to the fullest. He would never sit around and sulk and feel sorry for himself. Perhaps his age had something to do with this—he was 16 months old when he was diagnosed with cancer. The cancer world was his life—he didn’t know anything different. When he passed away, it was our responsibility to make sure Ryan’s memory would not be forgotten. We knew we would establish a foundation in his memory to help find a cure for this ugly disease. The Ryan Goldblatt Foundation was born. More

Four months after Ryan passed away, Lois Goldblatt, Ryan’s grandmother, died unexpectedly from heart disease. Ryan and Lois were very close and loved spending time together. It brings us comfort to know that Ryan and Lois are together and are proud of our efforts to not only keep their memories alive but to give back to all of the organizations that have helped us throughout our fight.

The Ryan Goldblatt Foundation (EIN 45-5398217) is a 501 (c)(3) public charitable organization. The mission of the Ryan Goldblatt Foundation is to raise money for the medical institutions and charitable organizations that provided support and services to Ryan and his family during his fight with cancer.  The foundation is determined to raise funds for cancer research, specifically in the fight against pediatric brain tumors and to engage in other activities related to raising awareness of pediatric cancer.

The Ryan Goldblatt Foundation has organized its 6th annual fundraising event – “The Lois Goldblatt Mah Jongg Tournament” which will take place October 22, 2017 at the Addison Conference Centre. This is where we need your help. Joining as a sponsor will directly fund research and enrich the lives of children and families battling pediatric cancer. This is a great opportunity for you or your company to receive exposure and help to support a worthy cause. As a participating sponsor, you will receive reference in the Mah Jongg Tournament program. Your involvement will make this year’s event an extra special celebration.

Should you have any questions, please contact Joanne Goldblatt at 214.405.9787 or joanne@ryangoldblattfoundation.org. We appreciate your consideration and hope you will join us in our fight against pediatric cancer.

Sincerely,

Joanne and Andy Goldblatt

Board of Directors

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