On November 22, 1994, my Mom died of cancer. In honor of my Mom, in honor of your Mom and your Dad and family members and friends who have died of cancer, and most important, in honor of those who have now survived cancer, we present Scoreboard Charities. Some day in the future, we’ll have a not for profit sports memorabilia museum. Some day in the future, we’ll have an eBay page where you can obtain pieces of sports memorabilia and sports artwork. Some day in the future, we will do sports art events and athlete signing events. That’s the passion of sports memorabilia collecting that I hope will produce funds for charity.
Scoreboard Charities began as a nonprofit organization to honor those who not only lost a battle with cancer, but more importantly in honor of individuals who survived the disease. The goal of Scoreboard Charities—a 501c3 charitable foundation— is to win the game against cancer. The foundation is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research and helping children and families fighting the disease. Scoreboard charities wants to see a cure for cancer in this lifetime, and therefore strives to aide cancer fighting efforts for this to be possible.