Lifting the Limits for PKU at the Creighton Farms Invitational

The Creighton Farms Invitational held June 23-25 2018 raised $1.43 Million throughout the weekend fundraiser.  The benefactors this year included the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation (NCHCF) and the National PKU Alliance (NPKUA).  The weekend included a welcome Par-TEE with entertainers, Adriel Genet, Edwin McCain and DJ No Requests (Roger Clemens) with 250 guests attending, a practice round of golf for all golf participants, an exclusive cocktail reception for top sponsors with Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, a dinner and auction with 350 attending that brought in outstanding numbers on the live auction and fund-a-need paddle raise, and a pro-am golf tournament hosting 22 teams matched up with a pro golfer or celebrity on each team.

This opportunity to partner with the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation has opened new doors for PKU awareness and fundraising!  We cannot thank Jerry and Jill Elkins enough for all of their support and commitment as a PKU family that is helping us to Lift the Limits for PKU!

About Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation

Jack and Barbara Nicklaus founded the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation in 2004, in an effort to provide families access to world-class pediatric health care in their own communities. Collaborating with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and pediatric hospitals across the country, the Foundation has made a tremendous impact by supporting innovative programs focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood illnesses. For more information,


Make checks payable and mail to:
Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation
11770 US Highway One, STE 308
North Palm Beach, FL 33408



Founded by Jack and Barbara Nicklaus in 2004, the Foundation provides access to world-class health care for all children and supports innovative programs focused on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood illness. 

The National PKU Alliance works to improve the lives of individuals with PKU and pursue a cure.  PKU is a rare brain-threatening disease that affects about 16,500 children and adults in the U.S.  The NPKUA provides information, support and advocacy for families living with PKU and invests in targeted peer reviewed research for the development of better therapies and a cure.