The Fund to Cure Asthma Golf Tournament

The Fund to Cure Asthma (FTCA) was founded by Nancy & James Berry Hill and Marjorie & Stephen Raphael in 1994 to secure resources for basic and clinical research related to understanding, treating and conquering asthma. The annual Golf Tournament in New York has supported FTCA at National Jewish Health, the leading respiratory hospital in the nation.

Thank you for participating in the 2019 tournament. Your support helped raise nearly $180,000 for the research and care of asthma.



Sandy Lewis

Sandy Lewis

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See the 2019 Program


Honorary Chairs
Robert E. Helpern
Stephen B. Siegel

The Fund to Cure Asthma Founders
Nancy & James Berry Hill
Marjorie & Stephen Raphael

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     9:30 a.m.        
        Check-in Begins
        Driving Range & Putting Green Open
     10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

     Noon (Promptly)                    
        Shotgun Tournament Starts
        Hole-In-One Prize
        Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin Prize

     11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

     5 p.m. 
        Cocktails, Buffet and Awards  

Why Asthma

  • 25 million Americans have asthma
  • 12 million of those have uncontrolled asthma
  • 2.5 million have severe asthma that greatly affects their day-to-day lives
  • 10 Americans succumb to this chronic lung disease every day.
Our goal is to reduce that to zero deaths.

Your gift and/or participation will help us pursue this noble ambition.  




2019 Photos

View the entire 2019 photo album (coming), the program journal and press release (coming).




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