Welcome to the 18th Annual Coley’s Cause Memorial Golf Tournament.
The tournament is held in memory of our daughter and sister Nicole “Coley” Levine who passed away October 22, 2004 from complications stemming from a horrific genetic disorder known as Fanconi Anemia. Our goal is to raise funds desperately needed for research aimed at improving the prognosis and life expectancy of the many innocent children afflicted with the disease. In addition, we have established a memorial scholarship in Nicole’s name for a deserving graduate of Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School. We hope you’ll join us on June 17, 2022 for a day of golf and fun as we tee it up for the sixteenth year in loving memory of “Coley.”
Nicole “Coley” Levine - Tribute Video
Due to an outpouring of support over the past 15 years of the tournament, we have been able to donate $403,500 to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF). In addition, we have disbursed $36,500 in college scholarships, as well as another $37,000 in family assistance. However, there is much work still to be done – and we still need your help. Despite the grave prognosis of children stricken with Fanconi Anemia, 95% of FARF funds continue to be raised by affected families.
Children stricken with this horrific disorder are counting exclusively on fundraising activities such as ours to sustain the efforts of the dedicated doctors and researchers hard at work to improve treatment protocols and someday find a cure.
17th Annual Coley’s Cause Champions: Dean Crandall, Jack Irwin, Mark Elbery, Ken Foraste
Toward that end, we hope you will join us again this year as we strive to improve on our 2019 results – and have a whole bunch of fun while we’re at it!
Kristin, Todd, Marissa, Travis and Nicolas Levine
Coley’s Cause Charitable Trust Foundation
P.O. Box 202 • Raynham, MA 02767