April 21, 2024 - 4th ANNUAL 5K RUN / 2K WALK

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Thank You!!

A Message from Big George

Since losing Georgie in 2020 ….I was worried that the world would forget about him … his loss affected so many and broke so many hearts … in such a horrible time in all of our lives … but with so much love and support from all of you .. the GK4 memorial foundation was created .. this will keep his memory going and try to keep a little bit of Georgie in all of your hearts .. and to help future kids continue his legacy as his friends .. because Georgie’s life was about the friendships and love he had for everyone around him .. and that is what means the world to me and why I’m so thankful for the continued support and love people still show for our Georgie … I know he’s looking down, I truly do, with his big smile and a giant hug for all of you…thanking you for all of the support!

How Could You Help?

Below are a few things you can do to keep Georgie’s Memory Alive in everyone’s hearts and minds.


Send Donation

By making a donation you are helping to provide education opportunities to the children of our future! 100% of our funds raised is spent in our community to help our community!


Host or Sponsor an Event

Many Opportunities are available to host and sponsor events throughout the year. Join the GK4 team today!


Share with Friends

The more people we connect with, the more we can do to help others in multiple ways.




Please Join our Mailing / Volunteer List to Keep the Memory of Georgie Living for Generations!

Georgie was a beacon of light his whole life. Everywhere he would go he would spread laughter and joy to everyone in his presence. He knew how to cheer anyone up no matter how down they were feeling. He was a special kid, and everyone that knew him would agree that he was a very positive and memorable part of their life. Georgie was a three-sport athlete playing soccer, football, and baseball during his time at Archbishop Ryan. He committed to Chestnut Hill College to play football. He had a bright future ahead of him. He loved his friends and family so deeply and was such a caring person. Georgie tragically passed away due to viral meningitis on April 23, 2020 at the age of 18. He will continue to live on in memories, stories, and in our hearts forever.
We love you Georgie.

For additional information on how you can help

Please Visit our Donations Page