Honour Jordan and help prevent sudden death from cardiac arrest
On July 28, I'm hitting the greens in honour of Jordan Boyd to raise critical funds to help prevent sudden death from cardiac arrest through the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic.
Nova Scotia has the second highest incidence of Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricle Cardiomyopathy (ARVC) in Canada. ARVC is a rare, inherited heart condition that took Jordan’s life in 2013. The life-saving research that you help fund by supporting me in this event, takes place at the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic – the first of its kind established in Canada.
Our community rallies behind us each year as we honour and celebrate Jordan – and, together, we’ve raised more than $1-million net, creating an impact beyond measure.
When you make a donation in honour of Jordan, you are funding research that saves hearts and changes lives.
Donate today and help me reach my fundraising goal!
Thank you to my Sponsors
Looking forward to an incredible day ahead!
Matters Of Data
Good luck! Let's find a patio soon.
Membertou Development Corporation
Your efforts are creating a meaningful impact on the lives of others. We are happy to honor your brother and his legacy
Mel And Tim Plus The Farm :)
You are an incredible big brother. Congratulations on the massive impact you’ve made through this fundraiser.
Ugo Digiosia And Family
Greg you have worked so hard in fund raising for your families foundation on behalf of your late brother we are so proud of you!!
Your efforts are truly inspiring! Awesome run!! Congrats on the final year 💕
Evelyn And Nicholas
In dedication all your hard work in creating such a beautiful legacy for your brother, Jordan 💙 and all the lives to be changed for good thanks to the Dobson fam
Greg, Natasha And Jane Dobson
Jordan & Brianna
Lidia & Darrin Purcell
Greg, you should be so proud for accomplishing all that you have! What a way to have honoured your little brother. ❤️
Justin And Emily Ramier
Anna& Franco Taraschi
Geoff & Elainey Hay
Here is to another successful tournament. Good luck!
Greg, you and your family, including Jordan, have done an amazing act in helping to fund research on this important issue. Proud of you Greg.