Newsletter Winter 2015 Page 7

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Newsletter Winter 2015 Page 1

Saturday, November 21, 2015


Hope Moves Us Forward And Onward

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Newsletter Spring 2015

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Read our Spring 2015 Newsletter HERE. 

A Million for What Matters Raffle

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Morgan Adams Foundation is participating in "A Million for What Matters Raffle" with AMP THE CAUSE and we need your support!

Please visit WWW.AMILLIONMATTERS.COM and purchase a $10 raffle ticket for The Morgan Adams Foundation and you could win a 2015 Ford Escape provided by Sill-TerHar Motors! The winning ticket will be drawn on May 23, 2015 at Amp the Cause's annual "Denver Day of Rock" at Skyline Park 1 at 15th and Arapahoe in downtown Denver. 

Give HOPE to Kids Like Eli On Colorado Gives Day

Monday, December 08, 2014

Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 9th and like many Colorado non-profits, we are seeking your support.

Please take a minute to watch this amazing 9News segment featuring MAF Ambassador, Eli and the entire Gump-Gold family. Eli was diagnosed with a craniopharyngioma when he was 2 years old and in this video they talk about what that has meant for the last 6 years of their lives.   

Thanks to donors like you, we are able to fund smaller, more specific research projects that help kids with cancer RIGHT NOW. A donation on Colorado Gives Day will give the gift of HOPE to kids like Eli.

Thank you so much to Eli, the Gump-Gold family, Danielle Grant and 9News for putting this piece together. Please give generously on Colorado Gives Day -

MAF Winter 2014 Newsletter

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Arriving in your mailboxes today...our Winter 2014 newsletter! Click HERE to download an electronic version the newsletter. If you didn't receive a copy via snail mail and would like to, please let know and we'll send one your way.

Race to Fund Pediatric Cancer Research

Monday, March 10, 2014

i-DfvSQcX-MHope doesn't just move us forward. It puts us in the fast lane.

When we talk about moving forward in the race to fund research for pediatric cancer, we mean "pedal-to-the-metal" forward.  Fast. Furious. Fantastic.

Enter Alex Welch.  Man on a similar mission.

Alex is an Audi Sport Customer Racing driver and a member of the GMG Racing Team.  He likes things fast.  He has a big heart.  And he has an equally big hatred of pediatric cancer.   He's our kind of guy.

We've buckled up for the ultimate partnership.

Alex has been a donor and friend of the Morgan Adams Foundation and participated in The Race Against Kids Cancer and The Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing Club.

For 2014, Alex decided to pursue his dream of racing in the North American Endurance Cup. He is campaigning an Audi R8 LMS for GMG Racing, and his teammates are James Sofronas, Marc Basseng, and Frank Strippler.

Here's the awesome part.

Instead of looking for a sponsor, Alex donated some of his car space to The Morgan Adams Foundation. Our logo has prime placement of the hood and on top of the back fenders! Alex and the entire GMG racing team have embraced MAF as a charity partner and invited foundation members to join them at the 4 endurance races this season. Joan and Matt were track-side at Daytona in February.

So how do you get in the race?

The next race is the 62nd annual 12 Hours of Sebring and we have an exciting fundraising component. You can now pledge a dollar amount per lap that The Morgan Adams Foundation car will complete during this race. PLUS Alex has also generously offered to match our first $5,000 in fundraising efforts for this race.


Our MAF Audi hopes to complete the race and should complete over 300 laps in the 12 hour period.  


Keep your eye out for our logo on the #32 car in the GTD class on Saturday March 15th. The first 3 hours of the race will air on Fox and the entire race is streamed live on We will also be updating you throughout the race on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Monster Truck

Tuesday, December 17, 2013


This Custom Chevy C3500 Quad Cab Monster Truck is a must-see WORK OF AUTOMOTIVE ART! 

Close to $100,000 invested in a twelve-month ground up professional custom build starting with a ’99 Chevy C3500.  The following lists just some of the custom work:

  • 200HP Turbo Diesel Caterpillar 3126 engine installed new. 
  • 5-speed manual transmission, Rockwell 1960S rear differential with a 4.63 ratio. 
  • Rockwell RF1212 front differential with a 4.63 ratio. 
  • Selectro manual locking hubs. 
  • Non-mated Rockwell Super-Duty transfer case with a 1.99 ratio. 
  • Adjustable rear air ride.  Rebuilt drive shafts. 
  • Front and rear custom bumpers, a work of art in themselves! 
  • 4-wheel power disk brakes. 
  • 14.00 x r20 Good Year Mud Wrangler Tires. 
  • The truck has an all-new and immaculate pimped-out Ostrich vinyl interior, custom exhaust, fuel tank, automatic drop-down steps both sides. 
  • Not to mention its “beastly” paint job and Rhino-lined bed!  

Besides being the baddest truck you can drive, it would make an AMAZING PROMOTIONAL VEHICLE for any business or event!  Check out the pictures and call (303.758.2130) or email Matt with any questions. 

** Mileage is unknown, but very low mileage on current drive-train.


Remembering Steven Adams

Monday, September 23, 2013

Many organizations have a heart and soul. The Morgan Adams Foundation also had a “father figure.”  Steven Adams, the father of beloved Morgan and half of the power couple who helped create The Morgan Adams Foundation, passed away on September 22, 2013.  While our hearts are heavy with this news, we are grateful that his suffering and long, valiant battle with a rare form of cancer is finally over. We wish him peace and Godspeed and remain a community forever grateful for his unwavering commitment to helping children in need.

Steven loved photography, art, and creative people who “colored outside the lines.” He loved fast cars, beautiful airplanes and people who used their gifts in life to help others.  And above all else, he loved being a dad to Morgan, Andrew, and Grace.

He hated cancer.  Period.  

From the moment it grasped Morgan during her kindergarten year to the moment it took his own life, it was his declared enemy and he devoted his life to fighting it. 

Together with his wife Joan Slaughter, they formed The Morgan Adams Foundation and have raised over $2.5 million to fund pediatric cancer research in Colorado and beyond.  His life, determination, and stubborn insistence on never giving up, has truly saved lives.  His legacy will be more children who go on to middle school, high school and beyond rather than having their young lives cut short.

Steven was never afraid to approach others to join in his campaign. He urged many a restaurant or bar owner to partner with MAF for events of all kinds.  He mingled with the elite pilots and drivers at the Morgan Adams Concours d‘Elegance and he was soul mates with every photographer and artist who contributed to artma.   He worked long hours behind the scenes setting up and tearing down events and formed life-long kinships with those who worked beside him.  As one artma committee member said, “Steven's passion for this cause, sometimes so intense you couldn't contain it, (or escape from it), sucked me in.  And so here I will stay, long after he is gone.” 

In his fight for kids with cancer, Steven pushed everyone to think bigger, try harder, never settle and never stop. Dr. Nicholas Foreman of The Children’s Hospital Colorado said,  “Steven was the most buoyant, energetic and creative person I have ever known.  Courageous in the face of great loss and from that loss making a community focused on the future and not the past.  A man whom the hardships of life, and his own devastating illness, could not diminish.  Through his vision, many children with cancer are cured and this remains his victory over that terrible disease and death itself.”

He was fearless.  Inventive.  Creative. Imaginative. Unstoppable.  Sometimes incorrigible.  Always a flirt.  Never a whiner.   Forever loved.

Steven’s dream will now take on a new shape as we have created the Steven Adams Memorial Endowment Fund to benefit The Morgan Adams Foundation.  Information and online donations can be made at (when making a donation, please select the "Steven Adams Memorial Endowment Fund from the drop-down menu).

Steven turned his grief over the death of Morgan into a powerful force for good.  Now, it is our turn to do the same for him.