The Diane League
This November, Diane Fund is hosting a 4-week charity basketball league featuring premier ballers from around the long island area. Follow our instagram @dianefund to stay up to date.
The 2022 Diane Fund
- Day of Play!
The 2022 Diane Fund Day of Play was a great time and an improvement on the previous year. The introduction of the Raffle and Food tents raised significant money for the cause, and although it was hot, the turnout was great, and participants had a lot of fun. New games were added, such as the slip’n slide, basketball was upgraded, and the dunk-tank was always full. The fundraising structure remained the same. The event raised roughly $27,000.
The Diane Fund Charity Basketball Tournament (2022)
The Diane Fund Charity Basketball Tournament brought together 12 teams sponsored by 12 local businesses to compete for the Diane Fund Championship.
The Charity Basketball Tournament was hosted at Portledge School and included many hard-fought games. After contacting businesses in the area, 12 businesses sponsored 12 teams to compete in the tournament. Ultimately, the MUUVS Muuvers defeated the Enviro-Test Evolution in the final and won the day. The event raised roughly $3,400.
The 2021 Diane Fund- Day of Play!
The Diane Fund- Day of Play is an annual summer fundraising fair where participants raise money by playing games! The event is absolutely free and the only price is participation. The more games played, the more money is raised! By playing games you earn points, and the points are matched in dollars by a third-party sponsor. This year, participants raised $20,000 to support families impacted by cancer.
The Diane 5k (2020)
The Diane 5k was the fund’s first attempt at a live fundraising event.
In 2020, during the calm of a challenging year, the Diane Fund was able to host the Diane 5K. The run took place through the peaceful trails at Sagamore Farm, and although COVID restrictions were tough, the day presented a warm community atmosphere for friends and family to enjoy. The event raised roughly $7,000