The Jillian Fund Charitable Dinner

I received an invitation to a dinner in NJ on November 11 to benefit the Jillian Fund. Jillian was the daughter of George Gorman, a dealer manager from Ricoh. She was 16 when she lost her battle with an aggressive form or blood cancer. Here’s the letter I received. While I cannot attend, I am posting this in the hopes that some of you in the area might be able to go. ~Andy


Friends and Family,

As many of you know, I have been part of an amazing group of individuals who came together to honor the passing of a friend’s daughter. What started as an idea and concept, quickly became a reality. That reality is The Jillian Fund, a 501c3 organization that is dedicated to uniting families in need during their most critical times.

The invite, ticket, table purchases, gala sponsorship packages and donations can be made via the link below:

http://www.501auctions.com/tjfbignightout  (note the menu of services to the upper left hand side of the page)

The silent auction will also be online this year and will go live a week prior to the event.

PLEASE feel free to pass along to friends and family and anyone who may be interested in attending or purchasing a sponsorship. Our goal is to achieve 500 plus attendees this year!

For updates on the fund, families helped and our cause, please visit our website at www.thejillianfund.org.

Regards, 

Bill McLaughlin  |  Chief Technology Officer

Atlantic, Tomorrow’s Office  |   134 West 26th St., New York,  NY 10001

bmclaughlin@tomorrowsoffice.com