The Gregg F.
Clyne Memorial Foundation, Inc. held its FOURTH scholarship fundraiser on March
22, 2014 at the Gran Centurions in Clark, NJ. 
165 guests gathered together for a sit down dinner/fundraiser to celebrate
Gregg F. Clyne’s life and legacy. Seven (7) scholarship award recipients
(including two graduates) attended the fundraiser to support and help us that


There were 70
amazing raffle baskets and 11 silent auction items donated by friends, family,
merchants and corporations.  From the
time the “Save the Date” card was sent out in July 2013 until and including the
March 22nd fundraiser (less than one year later), $32,000 was
raised!  To hear from many of the guests
as they were leaving the banquet hall, “we can’t wait for the next fundraiser”,
is a testament to Gregg and the incredible impact he continues to make on so
many lives.


The Gregg F.
Clyne Memorial Foundation will soon interview local area high school students in
search of the 2014 recipients of Mr. Clyne’s scholarship award.  To date the Foundation has awarded and
committed to $90,000 in scholarship awards (scholarships are awarded to the
students for up to four years while attending the University of Delaware, provided
they continue to meet the criteria). 


The Gregg F.
Clyne Memorial Foundation, Inc, a non-profit organization, was established in
2008.   Just prior to his death in 2006, Mr. Clyne requested
that a foundation be set up in his name to provide assistance to local area
high students who plan on attending the University of Delaware (Gregg’s alma


next scholarship dinner/fundraiser is planned for March 2016.  For information regarding the foundation and
its scholarship program, visit www.greggclynefoundation.com
or email gfcfoundation@gmail.com



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