Brendan Borek High Tides Memorial Fund
Brendan Borek loved to surf. He spent many hours on the beach with his friends waiting for the incoming high tides-which brought about the best surfing conditions. So it was a natural for his friends to wish him “high tides” during his struggle with cancer.
In keeping with that same shared feeling of community good will, Brendan’s Fund strives to provide “High Tides” conditions for Cape May County and Atlantic County families who have a child or young adult with cancer.
In 2015 we established the Brendan Borek Endowed Fund at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The endowed fund provides services to Cape May and Atlantic County pediatric cancer patients and their families. These “access to care” services include but are not limited to Food, Travel, Hotel and other services during the child’s illness. This endowed fund guarantees access to care to present and future generations of ill children.
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Highlights from the day's events are pictured below. We are grateful for all who donated their time, energy and 10% of their proceeds to make Saturday August 4th a very special one for Brendan's Fund. Dana Falcone & Family of Sandbarre started the day off with a great...read more
August 4 - 14, 2018 Sharon Young a sales representative of Beauty Counter Products will donate proceeds to Brendan's Fund from the sale of their sunscreen products. Go to her website at www.beautycounter.com/sharonyoung to select these and other natural,...read more
August 2, 2018 Yes, all three (3) locations of the Fishin' Pier Grille participated in Pancakes at the Fishin' Pier Grille day. A percentage of the days sale of pancakes will be donated to Brendan's Fund . These donations along with the donations of all our...read more
August 1, 2018 Bonnie's Toppings in Avalon once again had a day for Brendan's Fund with a percentage of their sales of Frozen Yogurt sales going to Brendan's Fund to support the local pediatric cancer patients & their families from Cape May and Atlantic County with...read more