Community Events

We are so blessed to have others join us in our fight to “land a cure” for childhood cancer. If you are interested in hosting your own event, please contact us at info@reelinforresearch.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Polar Bear Golf Tournament

March 6 & 7
This is the 4th year that this long-standing Greensboro tradition will benefit Reelin’ for Research. We can’t wait to see what this year brings!

 

Roastin’ for Research

March 28 – Charlotte
April 24 – Greensboro
Join Ken & Lee’s Crew for these fun events, all benefiting R4R!

 

Youth Ambassador Events

Ongoing!
These young adults exemplify philanthropy and volunteerism!  Students from several schools “compete” to raise the most money for R4R.  Interested in starting a Youth Ambassador Chapter at your school?  Please email us at ambassador@reelinforresearch.org.

 

PREVIOUS EVENTS:

Edward Jones Annual Golf Tournament in memory of Jim Barber

2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015
This wonderful event has benefited Reelin’ for Research for the past four years and has raised over $100,000. This is in addition to their contribution as our title sponsor. Thank you, Edward Jones!


Title Boxing Club – Knockout Childhood Cancer!

March 16th – Greensboro


Benders Tavern 2-Day St. Patty’s Day Party

March 16th & 17th – Greensboro


Paint it Forward

March 20th – Wilmington


Poe’s Tavern Fundraiser

March 28th – Wrightsville Beach


Polar Bear Golf Tournament

2019, 2018, 2017


Lake Jeanette Swim & Tennis Member Guest
Not only can these ladies play tennis, they can raise money (and have a lot of fun doing it).  This wonderful group of ladies raised a whopping $2,300.


Charlie’s Lemonade Stand
11-year-old Charlie Ellison came up with the idea to have a lemonade stand to raise money for Reelin’ for Research 3 years ago. He can often be found at local farmers’ markets or in various neighborhoods on the weekends and has raised roughly $7,000. Charlie inspires us all to make a difference!


School “Dress Down” days
Both St. Pius and Canterbury schools have held several “dress down” days in which the students donate at least $1 to wear casual clothing instead of their standard uniforms.  These young philanthropists have raised several hundred dollars for Reelin’ for Research!