TD Securities – Underwriting Hope

US Region - Underwriting Hope Campaign and Auction!

The Marty Lyons Foundation has given children the courage to wish for more since 1982.

What is more gratifying then a child’s laughter?  Wouldn’t you like to be a part of a miracle? The Marty Lyons Foundation (MLF) was established in 1982 to fulfill the special wishes of children aged 3 to 17 years old, who have been diagnosed as having a terminal or life-threatening illness. We are proud to have 10 chapters fulfilling wishes in 13 states.

Your participation in the TD Securities Underwriting Hope Campaign and Auction, would help the Marty Lyons Foundation to fulfill the wishes of brave children who are in the fight of their lives from our largest chapters - New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Your generosity will ensure that our program continues to provide our families a respite while giving their child the hope to fight or the peace to celebrate their life with their family.  You can be a part of creating normalcy – even for a short time – and memories that will last a lifetime.

On behalf of the families we serve and our Foundation team – thank you for your support.  We are honored to have been chosen by TD Securities as a beneficiary of the 2017 US Region Underwriting Hope Campaign and Auction.

 To learn more about the Marty Lyons Foundation, please visit our website at 

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