Margaux Renee Grossman never complained, even during the most painful stages of her deadly battle with Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare bone cancer that mostly strikes children. Her courage, positive attitude and kindness left a lasting impression on her friends who formed "Margaux's Miracle Foundation" one month after her death at the age of 15. Margaux's Miracle is a non-profit that lives on in her name, dedicated to preserving her spirit through acts of service to the community and raising funds for cancer research.


Margaux Grossman inspires us everyday to find a cure for Ewing's sarcoma and other childhood diseases.

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Our proceeds fund a full-time research fellow at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC.

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Our fundraising events have made miracles for hundreds of children.

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Luncheon 2017

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Margaux’s Miracle


cordially invites you to attend an amazing afternoon

Featuring our Woman of the Year

Gloria Steinem

Author of the bestseller My Life on the Road

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
The Treetop Ballroom at Jungle Island
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, Florida
Conversation & luncheon begin promptly at 11:30 A.M.

All Proceeds donated to the
Margaux Renee Grossman Research Fund
at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Complimentary Parking included.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Be a DRIVER on the Road to a Cure

All Sponsors will receive recognition in our Tribute Booklet


GPS Sponsor
Includes One Premier Seat


Turnpike Sponsor
Includes 2 Premier Seats


HOV Sponsor
Includes 4 Premier Seats


King/Queen of the Road Sponsor
Includes 6 PREMIER Seats
and a Full page ad in our Tribute Booklet


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Luncheon 2016

Many thanks to the Capitol Steps for a laugh-out-loud performance, and to Dr. Paul Meyers and Dr. Leonard Kalman for discussing the new partnership between Memorial Sloan-Kettering and Baptist Health. Finally, a big congratulations to the Woman of the Year, Carole Masington.


Luncheon 2016: VOTE FOR A CURE


“In the heat of the election season, this hilarious ensemble takes on the political fervor. No matter who or what is in the headlines, you can bet “THE CAPITOL STEPS” will tackle both sides of the political spectrum and all things equally foolish. What more would you expect from the group that puts the “MOCK” in Democracy?!”


Thanks to our Unity School Volunteers!

A heartfelt thanks to our friends at the Unity School, who each performed over 100 hours of Community Service in honor of Margaux. These 8 students combined performed 1,525.5 hours of service, with seventy of the school’s students performing a grand 3,260.5 hours of service, all in Margaux’s name. We are very grateful for all of your volunteering efforts!


Luncheon 2015

Many thanks to Carl Hiaasen for his witty discussion about the oddities of Florida, to Paul Levine for his hilarious introduction, and to Dr. Meyers for his insights into the field of medicine. Finally, a well-deserved congratulations to Woman of the Year and our event decorator, Nancy Gilbert.

Margaux’s Miracle Goes Wild for The Lion King


Join MMF at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts for a grand performance of The Lion King, as seen on Broadway!

Save 20-50% on tickets when you attend with us, and proceeds go directly to Margaux’s Miracle.

Saturday, January 31st, 2015 for a matinee performance at 2:00pm. $100 for front row mezzanine seats.

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Hakunah Matatah!

Greg and Kiki Norman’s Outback Adventure

A heartfelt thanks to Greg and Kiki Norman for hosting a fabulous nature escape at the Seven Lakes Ranch in the name of Margaux’s Miracle.

Luncheon 2014

An enormous thank you to Dave Barry, Paul Levine, Arlene Segal, Stuart Grossman, and all of our luncheon guests!

Luke Speaks at Cycle for Survival

Luke Weber, a member of the Margaux’s Miracle family, speaks to participants at Cycle for Survival in New York City about the importance of cancer research.