"Joining the Battle Against Cancer in Kids and Supporting Local Youth"

 

ęCopyright 2002
Justin LeFevre Foundation
PO Box 57
Witmer, PA 17585
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Upcoming Events

 
The 10th and final Justin LeFevre Foundation Motorcycle Ride will be held on Sunday, September 30, 2012. The ride will begin at 1:30 at the Conestoga Valley Middle School, located at 500 Mount Sidney Rd, Lancaster, PA. For more information, including registration information, please download the brochure here (PDF Format). Please join us and help make the final ride one to remember!
 
 

Many thanks to those who have contributed their time and effort to our successful fund raisers so far:

2009

 
The 8th annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was held on Sunday, March 29 at the Revere Tavern in Lancaster. The banquet was a sell out, with all 250 tickets purchased! It was another great evening thanks to the generosity of those who attended and those who donated door prizes. With your help, were were able to raise $12,000 for the foundation! Thanks to everyone for continuing to bless this event!
 
 

2008

 
The 2008 Cruizin' for a Cure motorcycle ride was held on September 28th. Despite the rain, we still had 149 brave riders on 108 motorcycles participate. With your help, we were able to raise over $4,600! Thank you to everyone who joined us in another successful ride!
 
The 7th Annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was held on March 30th at the Revere Tavern. The event sold out again this year. Thanks to the support of those attending as well as those donating door prizes, we were able to raise over $13,000!
 
 

2007

 
Tokens for the Highland Car Wash, located on Route 340 near Route 30, were sold with a total of $1,215 being raised.
 
The 6th annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was held on March 25th at the Revere Tavern. Tickets for the event sold out, and over $14,000 was raised to help pediatric cancer research. Again, none of this would be possible without the support of those who attended and those who generously donated door prizes. Many thanks!
 
The 5th annual Cruizin' for a Cure motorcycle run was our most successful yet! 165 cyclists and 79 passengers participated in the 2007 event. This year's ride ended at East Lampeter Park, where there was food and door prizes. With your help, over $7,000 was raised for the foundation!
 
In 2007, the Justin LeFevre Foundation operating food stands at both the Greenfield Summer Concert Series and the Leola Fireman's Carnival. We raised nearly $2,400 during the four events.
 
 

2006

 
Tokens for the Highland Car Wash, located on Route 340 near Route 30, were sold with a total of $870 being raised.
 
The 5th annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was again a huge success, with over $13,000 being raised for the foundation! Thank you to all those who attended as well as those who donated door prizes!
 
The 2006 Cruizin' for a Cure motorcycle run was a great success, despite less than perfect weather. The cruise consisted of a 60-mile ride through scenic Northern Lancaster County. It was followed by dinner and door prizes. Over $4,500 was raised during this event. Thank you to those who participated!
 
This year, the Greenfield Summer Entertainment Series consisted of one large concert. The foundation again operated a food stand at this concert, raising nearly $3,000!
 
 

2005

 
Tokens for Highland Car Wash, located on Route 340, were again sold this year, and a total of $820 was raised for the foundation.
 
For the fourth time in as many years, New Holland Family Restaurant graciously donated 10% of a week's sales to the foundation. This year's donation was over $5,300, bringing the 4-year total to over $20,000! A special thanks to owners Gary and Ruthie Glick, all the New Holland Family Restaurant employees, and those who visited the restaurant during this week.
 
In September, the 3rd annual Cruizin' for a Cure motorcycle cruise was held. A total of 201 people on 134 motorcycles participated. The event began at Conestoga Valley Middle School and consisted of a 50 mile ride through beautiful Lancaster County. The cruise ended in Quarryville at
CR Lapp's restaurant, where a hot meal as well as door prizes were awaiting the riders. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make this our most successful ride yet, raising almost $5,600!
 
During the summer months, the foundation again set up a food stand at the Greenfield Summer Concert Series in the Greenfield Industrial Park. This year's stand was by far the most successful yet, almost doubling the revenue of last year's. At the three concerts, we raised a total of almost $4,000! Thank you to all those who supported us at this great outdoor event.
 
With the generosity of all those in attendance as well as several local businesses, the 2005 Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was, once again, a huge success. The Foundation was able to raise approximately $12,500. Thank you to everyone who attended this year's event, as well as the individuals and businesses that supplied the door prizes. The banquet could not be a success without you!
 
 

2004

 
The 2nd annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Motorcycle Ride, under the new name of Cruizin' for a Cure, kicked off on September 26th. Free food as well as a free t-shirt and door prizes were again handed out. It was a beautiful day for riding, and the event turned out to be even more successful than the previous year's. Over $3,000 was raised to support the Foundation.
 
In the week of September 13th through the 18th, for the third year in a row New Holland Family Restaurant donated 10% of that week's sales. Over $4,000 was raised for the foundation. The Justin LeFevre Foundation would like to thank Gary and Ruthie Glick, as well as all the employees of New Holland Family Restaurant for their generosity. A special thank you as well to the patrons.
 
A big thank you to the Conestoga Valley Cheerleader Booster Club who hosted the Conestoga Valley Fall Sports Spectacular on September 2, 2004. The event began with a dinner catered by Outback Steakhouse and a pep rally to introduce all the 2004-2005 sports teams and to raise school spirit. A portion of the proceeds from the evening event was donated to the Foundation. The Conestoga Valley Cheerleader Booster Club raised $700.00 that evening for the Foundation.
 
The third annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet was able to raise $13,000 for the foundation. We would like to extend a very special thank you to all those in attendance as well as this year's sponsors.
 
 

2003

 
2003 proved to be a very successful year for the Foundation. Through our fundraising events, we were able to raise over $27,000. Like the previous year, 2003's fundraising kicked off with the 2nd annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet on March 16th. The banquet was an even great success than 2002's, raising over $15,000. Over the summer months, the Foundation set up a food stand and sold refreshments at each of the three concerts in the annual Greenfield Corporate Center's summer free concert series. From September 8th through the 13th, for the 2nd time in as many years, New Holland Family Restaurant donated 10% of their sales to the Justin LeFevre Foundation. A new fundraiser for the Foundation made it's debut on September 28th with the first annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Motorcycle Ride. The inaugural event was a huge success, with 149 people participating. Once again, a big THANK YOU to everyone who helped organize or participated in our events. Your generosity makes all of this possible.
 
 

2002

 
During the first year of operation, the Justin LeFevre Foundation had several successful fundraising events which raised over $17,500 to further its primary goal of supporting pediatric cancer research. The year kicked off with the premier fundraising event, the first annual Justin LeFevre Foundation Banquet, held at the Revere Tavern on April 28th, with almost 200 in attendance. During the summer, Rita's Italian Ice donated a portion of their sales of italian ice sold at Greenfield Corporate Center's July 19 free concert in the park. During the week of September 9, New Holland Family Restaurant donated 10% of their sales to the Foundation. The fundraising event was kicked off by Mad Dog and Rudy of Oldies 96.1 WSOX. The year ended with the sale of Highland Car Wash tokens by a group of High Industries Inc. employees.