The Max Cure Story
On the eve of his fourth birthday, Max Plotkin was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer known as B-Cell Lymphoma never before seen at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Max underwent two years of intense chemotherapy and is now considered a 12-year cancer survivor. The Plotkin family quickly learned about the lack of federal funding for childhood cancer research, and the financial strain families go through. As a result they decided to start The Max Cure Foundation.
Your Contribution Matters.
There are multiple ways you can support the Max Cure Foundation in our fight against childhood cancer. Please visit our fundraising page for ways to get involved, or make a donation today.
Max Cure Foundation Golf Classic
The 2021 Max Cure Foundation Golf Classic at Sebonack Golf Club was a success. The course was in amazing shape, the caddies were great, the sun was shining, and laughter could be heard throughout the day.
In the words of Co-founder and Vice-Chairman Richard L. Plotkin “It was Terrific.” Thank you for all of your support.
We will continue to Roar for a Cure, honor Richard’s memory and carry out his legacy.
If you would like to make a donation see link below.
In remembrance of a champion, a charitable person, and a loving grandfather.
Richard L. Plotkin
The Max Cure Foundation – Roar for a Cure for all types of childhood cancer.
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