Hackers for Hope
Hackers for Hope is celebrating their 30th Anniversary in 2018 and we invite you to join us as a Hacker!
Alfred E. Smith and Tim Brown founded this organization while recovering from cancer back in 1988. They vowed to “give back” to the cancer research and treatment community that helped them and so many others. Throughout the years, Hackers For Hope has raised over $16 million and grants have been given to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Stamford Hospital’s Bennett Cancer Center, and the RH McCooey Research Fund, Cannonball Kids Cancer Foundation among many others.
Hackers for Hope has funded cancer research at many highly regarded institutions over the years. Read what our grants have made possible and how some of the recent beneficiaries have used our donations.
There are two ways to participate as a hacker this year. You can be a Marathon Golfer and tee off at sunrise and golf as many holes as they can until dusk. Or, you can play a traditional 18-hole game and tee off at noon.
Many thanks to our sponsors. Their generosity enables us to support the important research being done by our beneficiaries.