2nd Annual PWF Golf Tournament

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More Information can be found Here!


Join us for the 2nd annual Patrick Wiese Foundation Golf Tournament on August 19, 2019 to help benefit cancer patients and their families in the Central New York Region. The Patrick Wiese Foundation was created as a result of my diagnosis of osteosarcoma. The mission of the foundation can be broken up into two main areas:

  • The first is to help cancer survivors and patients in Central New York overcome financial burdens through tuition scholarships, defraying educational costs and more.

  • The second is participation in local programs that support cancer patients such as Beads of Courage.

To celebrate the over $135,000 raised to date, we are planning a great day of golf on the course at Tuscarora Golf Club followed by dinner and socializing. I’d love your help in achieving my mission by participating in this tournament – whether by playing, sponsoring or helping in any way possible. Thank you for your continued support of the Patrick Wiese Foundation here in Central New York.

With gratitude,

Patrick Wiese

President of the Patrick Wiese Foundation


Event Information:

Date: Monday, August 19, 2019

Location: Tuscarora Golf Club, 2901 Howlett Hill Rd Tee Time: 1 p.m. Shot Gun Start – Golf

Scramble Price: $200 for a single golfer/$600 for a foursome. Includes golf, cart, lunch, dinner and participant gift

Deadline:Registration Info needed prior to 8/1/19
*Registration will be taken at First-Come-First-Serve Basis

More Information can be found Here!


4th Annual FUNdraiser

Patrick Wiese Foundation FUNdraiser

Erie Canal Bike, Walk or Run






When:           Saturday, September 16

Time:              8 a.m. Registration

                           8:30am Ride Start

What:              Bike Ride, Walk, Run

Various distances up to 74 miles – you decide!

Meet:              Wegmans Dewitt West Parking lot or

Join us anywhere along the Erie Canal between Dewitt and Rome. Plan to relax with food, drink afterwards at the food court

Register three different ways:

  1. Email us at: patrickwiesefoundation.org

   2.  On the Day of Event

    3.  By Calling 315-447-8026

Tax Deductible Donations Accepted

Checks Payable to:

The Patrick Wiese Foundation or online @ patrickwiesefoundation.org

Beads of Hope

Beads of Hope offers words and tokens of courage to children undergoing treatment for cancer while at the same time bringing awareness to those participating of the importance and impact their gesture of support brings.  The Patrick Wiese Foundation provided funding for the CBA and Homer Varsity Baseball teams to participate in the Golisano Children’s Hospital Carry A Bead program.  Pat and Jack Sheridan discussed the importance that it has for children undergoing treatment. 

 Each athlete received a matched bead set that they wore during warmups. We believe that good intentions and caring thoughts go into the bead during the intentional act of caring. One bead as well as a signed note of encouragement was returned and given to a child undergoing cancer treatment during their “normal” day.  The CBA and Homer baseball players kept the matched bead as a reminder of their commitment to be a direct source of encouragement to a child in Beads of Courage. 

The student-athletes response to the program was amazing as can be seen from some of the attached photos of them writing their notes of encouragement.  Also included are two of the notes that a cancer patient will be receiving. 




Less than a year after this report, former Le Moyne baseball player Patrick Wiese has made monumental steps in his recovery. Once the MVP of the Le Moyne baseball team, Wiese was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma cancer in his right knee the summer before his senior season. After that, Wiese faced a total knee replacement and months of intense chemotherapy. We watched on CNY Central as Wiese worked through his rehabilitation, struggling to simply turn the pedals on a stationary bicycle… Continue reading



A few days ago, Pat Wiese took a call from Jason Smorol, general manager of the Syracuse Chiefs. Smorol wondered if Pat would throw out the first pitch Friday at NBT Stadium, where the Chiefs were about to play Pawtucket in their first playoff game in Syracuse in 20 years. Pat said sure, but he had an idea for sharing the moment. At Christian Brothers Academy, his high school baseball coach was Tom Dotterer. “I knew him since eighth grade, and he was such a crucial part of helping me to grow up in high school,” Pat said. “He had the capacity to teach you as a person and to help you become a man.” … Continue reading


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Wiese was recently named the recipient of the TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby Fan’s Choice Award, and was honored at the College Home Run Derby in Omaha, NEB in July. The Event was broadcast live on ESPN.
This award recognizes college baseball players who excel beyond the diamond and whose leadership inspires others. The 16 Finalists up for consideration in 2014 demonstrate integrity in all aspects of life, stay active in their community and are dedicated in the classroom… Continue Reading

Le Moyne’s Pat Wiese Wins 2014 TD Ameritrade Fan&’s Choice Award


Le Moyne senior Pat Wiese has won the 2014 TD Ameritrade Fan’s Choice Award. Wiese won the award over three other finalists, BYU’s Bret Lopez , Dayton’s Robby Sunderman and Albany’s Josh Nethaway , garnering over 40 percent of the fan vote.

The third-annual TD Ameritrade Fan’s Choice Award recognizes college baseball players who excel beyond the diamond and whose leadership inspires others. Continue Reading



Last season while playing for the Vermont Mountaineers, Patrick Wiese was experience excruciating pain in his knee. It turns out the 21 year old had a rare form of bone cancer. The tumor ended his baseball career, but for one night Wiese was back out on the diamond. Wiese was invited by the Mountaineers to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Friday night’s game against Laconia. Wiese’s tumor was removed back in October along with his knee, femur, some tendons and ligaments. You wouldn’t know it by the strike he threw on that first pitch. All night, money was raised for The Patrick Wiese Foundation to support research as well as helping cancer patients and their families. What Patrick is doing now is greater than the game of baseball, but he sure felt good being back at Montpelier Recreation Field… Continue Reading