Expect Miracles Foundation at Fenway Park 2023
Supporting another successful year of fundraising, Expect Miracles Foundation [EMF] presented a check to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before the Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park on Monday, August 28. The moment of the check presentation was captured on the center field video board.
The gift of $1.25 million, representing funds raised in 2022, will benefit the Robert and Renée Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science at Dana-Farber. Expect Miracles Foundation has awarded grants of over $13 million over 29 years to support Dana-Farber.
Support from the Foundation helps advance groundbreaking research at the Belfer Center, whose mission is the improvement of patient outcomes by discovering and advancing more efficacious cancer therapies. As part of Dana-Farber, the Center advances the mission of reducing the burden of cancer locally and around the world.
Featured in Photo From Left
Frank Heavey, EMF Executive Director,
Ann Manion, EMF Managing Director of Marketing and Communications
Frank Strauss, EMF’s Founder and Chairman of the Board
Mike Keenan, EMF Board Member and President of MFS Fund Distributors Inc.
David Barbie, MD, Associate Director, Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Pasi Jänne, MD, PhD, Director, Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Cloud Paweletz, PhD, Head of Research, Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Jane Mancini, EMF Board Member and Global Head of Business Development with BNY Mellon
Matt Goulet, EMF Board Member and Head of Asset Manager Services and Business Development with Fidelity Investments
Harvey Rosen, EMF Director Emeritus and Special Advisor
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Jimmy Fund Golf generously hosted EMF guests at a VIP reception in Fenway’s Pavillion.
The Jimmy Fund, established in Boston in 1948, is made up of community-based fundraising events and other programs that benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Since 1948, millions of people have given money to the Jimmy Fund to help save lives and reduce the burden of cancer for patients and families worldwide.
From top left: Associate Director Will Grogan with Assistant Vice President Amy McCallum of The Jimmy Fund. From botton left: EMF’s Executive Director Frank Heavey with Whitney Heavey.