Officer Rulli Fundraisers

A few weeks ago, my family's great friend and an officer with Merchantville Police Department was diagnosed pancreatic cancer. He is. He is married with three children. The money raised through this "Reps for Rulli" GoFundMe campaign will directly go to help his family as he fights this terrible disease. I will also be starting a series of lifting marathons, where I, along with friends, will challenge ourselves to incredible feats in order to raise money. Our first event will be a 12 hour lifting marathon, where we will complete a 12 hour non-stop workout. We hope to challenge ourselves to a 24 hour challenge workout shortly after. Our family friend was an avid lifter when he was younger, and we feel this challenge is highly fitting. Another way to donate to help out is through the No Shave Fundraiser, through the Venmo account @FOPGarden-StateLodgeThree, listing Rulli66 in the description. Chief Grassia and Chief Nettleton of the Merchantville Police Department and the Pennsauken Township Police Department have allowed us to begin growing our beards early. For a $30 donation in November and in December, we are supporting our Brother in Merchantville battling advanced pancreatic cancer. If you would like to donate to this fundraiser you can Venmo us or mail a check to our Lodge. We thank you in advance for your donations and help in this trying time. Thank you. We have received an enormous amount of support already. We can’t thank you all enough! Please specify Rulli66 on either of those donations. Thank you!

Latko Family GoFundMe

Recently a local family, the Latko's, received news that no parent ever wants to hear, that their 3 year old daughter, Stella, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Stella also has Down Syndrome, which increases the chances of getting leukemia and developing complications from treatment. She is currently being treated at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and is expected to remain for 4-6 weeks of cancer treatment. As you can imagine, this is a very difficult time for these parents and their 3 other children as they juggle schedules so that one of them is always at the hospital with Stella and also home at night with the other kids. A GoFundMe campaign has been started for the family by a relative to help defray the burden of lost wages, medical bills and other ancillary expenses. 

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