Our mission is to support families and individuals experiencing unforeseen medical and financial hardships
Our founders, Adam and Jessica Hadwin, were married in 2017 and currently reside in Arizona with their daughter Maddox and their dog Brad. Their own experiences facing difficult diagnoses both personally and in their families, as well as their desire to help others going through difficult challenges, led to the birth of the Hadwin Family Foundation.
Through the foundation, they hope to assist individuals and families as they navigate their own trials as well as provide support and partner with other nonprofits with like minded missions.
The Hadwin Family Foundation aims to support families and individuals experiencing unforeseen medical and financial hardships
George Sourlis hails from just outside Toronto, Canada where he lives with his wife and three children. Legally educated, he owns and operates a sports marketing company specializing in athlete management and representation. The importance of family runs deep for George, and he brings a commitment of supporting family growth, stability and well-being to his role with The Hadwin Family Foundation.
Jessica Hadwin was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She spent her career working in the medical field initially as a pharmacy technician, then as a nurse, and most recently as a nurse practitioner. She always looked forward to the day that she could add “mom” to her resume, but like so many others, this title did not come easy and she spent years battling infertility. The difficult path to motherhood inspired her to find a way to help others in their quest to build their families.
Adam Hadwin was born in Saskatchewan but spent the majority of his childhood in British Columbia, Canada. He spent his college years playing golf for the University of Louisville, and now plays professionally on the PGA tour. Growing up he watched his younger brother, Kyle, go through a serious and at times critical battle with Crohn’s Disease. His bother’s journey with Crohn’s Disease has led him to be passionate about fighting back and finding a cure for gastrointestinal diseases.
Lauren Shepherd was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas where she currently resides with her husband and son. She has worked in the medical field her entire career and now works as a surgery nurse practitioner. Through her own experience in the medical field as well as a personal battle against infertility, she has become passionate about giving back and supporting families in need.