The Greg Hill Foundation, a non-profit started by longtime WAAF disc jockey Greg Hill, responds immediately to requests that will improve the lives of local families touched by tragedy. Last night The Greg Hill Foundation held their 1,350 Days Celebration to mark the time the organization has spent helping New England families in need. Close to 200 attendees were on hand to celebrate at Papagayo in South Boston including KEEL Vodka owners Bill Dessel (left), Greg Hill (left center), Matt Light (right center) and Tom McGowan (right). KEEL was more than pleased to donate premium light vodka to the event that's proceeds will benefit future beneficiaries of the Greg Hill Foundation. The crowd listened intently to heartfelt remarks from Foundation beneficiaries including Jack Trottier, the Tyngsborough teenager who suffered a serious snowboarding accident leaving him paralyzed from the chest down, Marc Fucarile a Boston Marathon survivor who lost his leg in the bombing, and Sheryl Roaf, a mom who accidentally drover over her 18 month old son Bennett.
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