PREMIER GIRLS FASTPITCH WAS AWARDED A GRANT NAMING OPPORTUNITY FROM JOHN WAYNE CANCER FOUNDATION
We're thrilled to announce that Premier Girls Fastpitch was awarded a grant naming opportunity for the years of dedication to fighting cancer in John Wayne’s name. The "Premier Girls Fastpitch Research Grant" will be used to research breast cancer by Dr. Maggie DiNome at Duke University.
Premier Girls Fastpitch is a national travel softball association based in California. This association hosts dozens of tournaments throughout the United States, but every year, Dan Hay, President and CEO of Premier Girls Fastpitch, donates a portion of the proceeds from the National Championship Tournament in Huntington Beach directly to the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. To date, their total donations are over $800,000! Because of their incredible generosity, our doctors are able to strike out cancer every day by treating patients and searching for a cure.
To learn more about how to get involved, please visit premiergirlsfastpitch.com. We’re so grateful to have Hay and his team by our sides in the fight against cancer.
Patrick Wayne, Anita Swift La Cava and Dan Hays at the 2022 Championship Tournament in Huntington Beach.