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4th Annual Super Charlie Scramble Cancer Fundraiser

Honored to Support the Super Charlie Foundation

Lerner and Rowe Gives Back is honored to be involved with the 4th Annual Super Charlie Scramble Cancer Fundraiser that will take place on March 13, 2020 at the Lone Tree Golf Club in Chandler, Arizona. 100% of proceeds raised will go to the Family Assistance Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital to help local families undergoing pediatric cancer treatments.      

All golfer packages are currently sold out, however you can still purchase tickets for the dinner. You can also join us in supporting the Super Charlie Foundation by making a donation online. Every dollar we can raise together will be a beacon of relief to these families in need.   

Turning Health Challenges into a Journey of Hope  

In 2016 Charlie Luther was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. It was during that challenging time that his dad and step-mom came in contact with other children and families also fighting cancer. Unfortunately, these families did not have the resources or support systems that Charlie’s family found to be essential during their own journey to recovery.

Thankfully, Charlie’s surgeries and numerous treatments resulted in a ‘clean’ bill of health. However, his parents could not forget about the other families and a desire to help ease their burdens. As such they decided to create their own 501(c)(3) non-profit named the Super Charlie Foundation to help those families in need.    

Their goal: To ease the burden as much as possible for families dealing with pediatric cancer and let them know they are not alone and have the support of others who are willing to give and sacrifice for the good of others. By joining together the world can become a better place. Words alone cannot express what could be better than helping a family while they go through this terrible struggle for the life of their child.

Lerner and Rowe Gives Back Stands Against Cancer 

Cancer is a bully that takes over the lives of individuals no matter their age or background. Many of our team members have been personally knocked down by the disease. Our founder Kevin Rowe’s own father just won his fight with Hodgkin’s lymphoma after chemo and is still battling a slow-progressing form of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. However, he is in good spirits and doing wonderfully with the full support of family and friends. 

By supporting the efforts of lymphoma-fighting charitable organizations such as the Super Charlie Foundation, we hope to lessen the burdens of the disadvantaged and bring hope. We strongly encourage others to do what they can to offer a helping hand and support those in need.