The Johnny Mac Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed by John’s wife, Jennifer after his death in August 2009 of 9/11 related cancer. John was an FDNY Firefighter and caring for others was what he did. In a list of final wishes, John asked to have a community center built in Blue Point, NY. In accord with John’s motto “whatever it takes,” the Foundation now works tirelessly to fulfill that wish. In addition, the Foundation supports other 9/11 first responder organizations. John’s last wishes were written down and electronically scanned.
You are invited to the Johnny Mac Foundation 14th Wish Gala on Saturday, February 11, 2023 from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm at The Mansion at Oyster Bay. Cocktail party, bar, dancing, raffles, and more!
You are invited to the Johnny Mac Foundation Golf Outing on July 18, 2023 in Smithtown. There will be pre-golf breakfast, contests, giveaways, lunch, 50/50 (no givebacks allowed), music, raffles and more!
The Johnny Mac Foundation is proud to have participated in the Bayport-Blue Point St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Photo taken by John Walters.
The Johnny Mac Foundation filled the Mitten Tree at the Bayport-Blue Point Library thanks to generous donations and Jack’s Aunt who knitted all the hats!
In co-sponsorship with the BBP Library, the foundation sponsored an evening with 1969 NY Met Ed kranepool!
The foundation participates every year in the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Run in memory of John and all the firefighters we lost on 9/11 and afterwards.
In co-sponsorship with the BBP Library, the foundation sponsored an evening with inspirational speaker Rohan Murphy.
On February 1, 2022, Suffolk County Legislator Tom Donnelly honored the Foundation on its 10 years of service to the first responder community.
In accord with John’s motto “whatever it takes,” the Foundation works tirelessly to fulfill that wish. In addition, the Foundation supports other 9/11 first responder organizations and the Blue Point Food Pantry. Donate Now