FRAMINGHAM – The National Honor Society at Framingham High School is hosting a charity indoor mini-golf fundraiser at Framingham High on Sunday, March 25.
Families in MetroWest are invited to attend the event from noon to 3 p.m. in the high school’s cafeteria. The event will support the Dana Farber Pediatric Cancer Research.
Framingham High National Honor Society President Rachel Lew said “for years, Framingham’s Honor Society has been dedicated to improving the community through numerous charity fundraisers and local community service projects. This year, in an effort to expand these acts of service, we have teamed up with the Jimmy Fund Foundation for a charity mini-golf fundraiser known as Putting for Patients.”
Putting for Patients was founded in 2013 by Mark Levine in order to facilitate a unique experience in which students, families, and communities could come together to raise money for the Pediatric Cancer Patients at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
“For the past few years, Putting for Patients events have been held at local high schools, bringing in 18-hole mini golf courses into school gymnasiums and cafeterias for a fun-filled day supporting the latest advancements at Dana-Farber. Along with the mini-golf course, the event includes a long putt contest, opportunity drawings, prizes, food, face painting and more. 100% of the proceeds raised will be donated to the Dana-Farber Foundation which has over the years raised the pediatric cancer cure rate up to 80 percent,” said Lew.
Families can donate or pre-order tickets here.
Cost is $10 per person or $25 per family.