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Jewelers for Children Hosts Its Annual Jewelers on the Fairway Golf Tournament at Trump Golf Links Ferry Point

The event raised over $40,000 for the Hope and Heroes Cancer Fund.

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Jewelers for Children Hosts Its Annual Jewelers on the Fairway Golf Tournament at Trump Golf Links Ferry Point

(PRESS RELEASE) BRONX, NEW YORK – Jewelers for Children Hosts its annual Jewelers on the Fairway Golf Tournament at Trump Golf Links Ferry Point on Tuesday, July 24th.

The event raised over $40,000 for the Hope and Heroes Cancer Fund. Participants in the event were divided into teams of 3 or 4. The winning golf team at the event was comprised of Mathew Behnam of Samuel B, and Michael and Steven Lerche of Gold Star. 

The event was once again a huge success thanks to Co-Chairs Larry Gordon from Shreeji Jewelry and Samir Mehta of Paras Diamond who put in countless hours of work a year to make sure this event continues to be a success.

As the industry’s charity, Jewelers for Children (JFC) is generously supported by those who create and sell fine jewelry and watches. Manufacturers, retail jewelers, trade associations, watch companies and those who provide professional services to the jewelry industry unite on behalf of children in need. All net proceeds exclusively benefit Hope and Heroes Cancer Fund. Hope and Heroes is dedicated to assisting children and their families being treated for pediatric cancer at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.

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