The Payton Wright Foundation would like to thank the family of Alexandra “Lexi” Brown for funds raised to benefit Payton's Angels. Come join us for Lexi's Birthday Party, Saturday April 4th at the Broken Egg on Clark Rd or The White Horse Pub on University Parkway. Both restaurants will give 10% of their sales to go towards a charity Lexi loved, Payton's Angels. Lexi was an amazing 10 year old little girl whose life was tragically taken in January 2013. Payton's Angels, is an ongoing program providing care packages to hospitalized children.
|The Payton Wright Foundation would like to thank the family of Eddie Livingston for paying it forward. Eddie Livingston passed away from brain cancer in November 2013 at the age of 5 following a courageous 2 ½ year battle. His family conducted a fundraiser and requested that The Payton Wright Foundation use the funds to help other families who have children battling brain cancer. Each family receiving assistance through the Eddie Livingston funds were sent the card featured on this page as a thank you to the Livingstons and to show the family that they are not alone in their battle against pediatric brain cancer.|
|The Joseph Kevin Potts Foundation partners with The Payton Wright Foundation annually by donation funds raised at the Playing for Pottsie’s Pals Golf Tournament which is held in Douglasville, Pennsylvania. While Joseph Kevin Potts lost his battle to brain cancer as an adult, his family is honoring his wish to offer support to families of children battling brain cancer through this tournament. To show our appreciation, The Payton Wright Foundation sends the card featured on this page to families of children who receive assistance through funds raised by “Pottsie’s Pals.”|