Help us find a cure for Multiple Myeloma,
Together we can make a difference

Contributions recognized by Florida Hospital
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From the 2014 event we were able to donate $60,000 to the International Myeloma Foundation and Florida Hospital Foundation, where a new research grant will begin in the name of
Rob Bradford.

We would especially like to thank our 2014 Key Sponsors

Please join us as we pursue a cure for multiple Myeloma at the 2015 Coach Rob’s Benefit Bash and Golf Tournament.

This year's Benefit Bash will be held on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm

The location of the 2015 Benefit Bash is:

Rosen Shingle Creek Resort
866-996-6338
(includes dinner, auction, and casino night)

Click here to make your hotel reservations early

To get the special $99.00 room rate for Coach Rob's Benefit Bash click on the link above.
The cutoff date for this special room rate is September 23, 2015

 

Sponsorships are available for each of our 6 casino tables for only $250.00 For more information contact: Todd Birmingham - 407-739-6268

Sign up for the Bash

This year's Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday October 25, 2015. Be sure to mark your calendar and join us for a fun day of golf while helping a great cause - finding the cure for Multiple Myeloma.

The location of the 2015 tournament is:

Shingle Creek Golf Club
9939 Universal Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819
866-996-9939
http://www.rosenshinglecreek.com/default.asp

Click here to make your hotel reservations early

To get the special $99.00 room rate for Coach Rob's Benefit Bash click on the link above.
The cutoff date for this special room rate is September 23, 2015

 

Register to Play

Coach Rob's Benefit Bash is a charitable organization created solely to aide in cancer research through donations to hospitals and research institutions. We are exempt from Federal Income tax under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Code. DLN:17053179091026

Multiple Myeloma is a bone marrow cancer. It affects the blood producing cells in the bone marrow. Although there is no cure for myeloma, it is a treatable disease. There are approximately 15,000 new cases of myeloma in the United States each year.

Since Rob Bradford’s diagnosis, he and his family have been aided in his fight against this disease. With the assistance and support from the Moffitt Cancer Center, the Florida Hospital Oncology Department, and the International Myeloma Foundation, Rob continues to fight this battle successfully.

In the future we hope to expand not only our playing time together, but also in our giving back. Hopefully within the next year or two we can add more activities to "Coach Rob's Benefit Bash". We would also like to be able to start a fund with H. Lee Moffit for patients who cannot afford treatment.

The organizations supported by Coach Rob's charity efforts are:


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