Celebrating 10 years of helping others stay active during their battles against cancer.
Thank you for joining us on July 19th, 2014. We were honored and grateful that you celebrated with us.
We are proud to share the video that was presented at the Gala Benefit. Thank you Post Millennium for your amazing help.
The proceeds from the 2014 Benefit Gala will support Seas It’s Grant Programs.
We are pleased to share that a total of $54,000 was raised thanks to our sponsors, our silent auction and raffle winners, and our guests. We are just $6,000 short of our fundraising goal and ask that you consider making a small contribution to help us achieve our goal.
A special thank you to our team of Seas It Sponsors:
plus Keil & Goodson PA, The Terri Lynn Roselius Trust, Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check Charitable Fund
We also want to thank Simply Photography for capturing the spirit of the day and giving us all lasting images. See the complete gallery here.
A special shout out to Chris Brown and The Rubix Kube Band for providing the most awesome music for our evening. We all danced and had a blast! Thank you.
The Team Gov Invitational Weekend takes place each year near the anniversary of Seas It Co-Founder, Todd McGovern’s, initial diagnosis date of July 18th, 2004. On that day, oncologists gave Todd six months to live – at best two years. Always ready for a challenge, Todd was quick to prove the experts wrong and announced that he would host a party on his diagnosis date every year. Party-goers would join him to “Seas The Day!” and celebrate another year of life… Todd had EIGHT more beautiful years.
This year the Invitational is also a celebration of Seas It’s 10 years of commitment to helping others in their battles against cancer. We hope you’ll join us for some fun we have planned for July 19th in Allenhurst : the Seas It 5K, Beach Day, and Dinner Dance at Deal Golf & Country Club. (More details to follow.)
Join us this year to remember Todd’s spirit and determination, and to celebrate the drive and vitality of all of Seas It’s grant recipients. To learn more about Seas It’s origins and our last decade of efforts, follow Todd’s journey and other Seas It grant recipients’ stories.