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2024 Casino Night 



333 Davidson Ave.

Somerset, NJ


Captivated. Compassionate. Charitable.

These pictures tell a clear story of our 7th Annual Casino Night Gala, May 7, 2022, as the crowd looks on at our guest speakers, Brooke's siblings, Ashton, Bryn and Seamus. 


People were mesmerized and moved by their words and poignant family pictures, and the generosity followed. (See their full presentation.) 

Between sponsorships, the night's appeal and donations, we raised $285,000!

Why will this make a difference? Those dealing with pediatric cancer are at risk because of a lack of funding towards a cure. Families dealing with DIPG, in particular, have few resources. 

  • Only 4% of federal cancer research funding goes towards pediatric cancer. 

  • In the last 20 years, only four cancer treatments have been specifically developed and approved for children.

  • The treatments for DIPG remain the same as they did for Buzz Aldrin's child in 1962. With your help all of this is changing.

Experts in the field believe that finding a cure for the biggest bullies, like DIPG, will lead to a homerun cure for all cancers.


Read more about how we help families, and see how we fund important pediatric cancer research.  

I recently heard this beautiful phrase: ‘We’re all just walking each other home.' If I heard this seven years ago, I would have been touched. Today, after trying to work through the grief of losing Brooke, it takes on a different meaning. Everyone has faced loss of some kind. We are not going to avoid all heartache in life nor should we. We need to live through it. Tonight, I want to tell you that I am here to walk you home, as a friend and as a mom. As a Foundation, we are here to walk with the kids we are helping. Even more importantly, they are walking us home. Thank you for walking with us.



Stefani Healey
2020 Casino Night Gala speech


Your donations go directly to help families dealing with pediatric cancer and supporting targeted research. Experts in the field believe that finding a cure for DIPG may lead to a cure for all cancers.

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