Following Marjorie E. Korff’s death in 2006, her family searched for a meaningful gesture to make in her memory, which led to the naming of the Marjorie E. Korff PACT Program. “We knew PACT was a worthwhile cause and that financial support could make a huge difference,” Robert Korff explained. “We want the program to grow so that it can help a greater number of families.”
Mr. Korff’s profound generosity, and that of his family and friends, was instrumental in creating an endowment that will help to support the work of the PACT Program into perpetuity. Their wish and ours is that the mission and work of PACT can grow to help even more families who are living with the challenges of a parent’s serious illness.
Marjorie Korff was a loving wife,
“Margie was all about the kids, always.”
— Robert Korff
This website was made possible by a generous donation from the Astra Foundation. The Astra Foundation believes in the message and mission of the Marjorie E. Korff PACT Program and has made it possible for us to share with you what research, training, experience, and the wisdom of countless courageous parents have taught us.