In this episode, Larry meets with David Gaynes, co-president of Chillin’ With Adam: The Adam Gaynes Foundation. David and his wife created this non-profit organization in honor of their 11-year-old son, Adam, who passed away after his lifelong battle with a brain tumor. Inspired by Adam’s courage and spirit, Chillin’ With Adam funds projects and programs at hospitals and schools to help make life easier for children and their families who are impacted by brain tumors, cancer, or blood disorders.
David and Larry share details about the 4th Annual Adam Gaynes Golf, Tennis and Spa Day at Cold Spring Country Club, on Thursday July 12, 2018. Tune in and find out where you can purchase tickets and how you can raise funds.
Tune in as David explains how your donation to Chillin’ with Adam will make a difference in the care, comfort, and eventual cure for children diagnosed with brain tumors and other diseases.
Your generosity will help Adam’s strength, courage, and spirit live on.
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