In the News
The Foundation’s Movember team had another great showing in 2022!
Grant awarded to U.S. Center for Mental Health and Sport
On Thursday, June 9th, The Zac Plantz Foundation (ZPF) Board of Directors approved a $10,000 grant for the U.S. Center for Mental Health & Sport (USC-MHS).
Zac Plantz Memorial Achievement Award
The first Zac Plantz Memorial Achievement Award was presented to John Lalor over commencement weekend at the University of Notre Dame.
Don’t Run Alone 5K Run/Walk 2022
The Zac Plantz Foundation will host its second annual Don’t Run Alone 5K on June 22nd. In support of this initiative, friends and family of ZPF can participate by walking/running anywhere in the world, while those local to Frankfort, IL can run/walk together at Main Park (7:00 PM).
Zac Plantz “Man of the Tournament”
Zac's legacy continues to live on through the Notre Dame Rugby Team. On March 26th, Notre Dame hosted 29 schools for the Fighting Irish Rugby Invitational, bringing in 40 teams and almost 600 rugby players to Notre Dame's campus. Coach Justin Hickey, Director of Rugby...
Zac’s 29th Birthday Celebration
The Foundation kicked 2022 off with the first inaugural Birthday Bowling event to commemorate Zac’s birthday month.
Inaugural Zacamo Bowl
On Saturday, November 27th, exactly one year and one day after the tragic passing of Zachary Jacob Plantz, The Zac Plantz Foundation hosted the first annual “Zacamo Bowl” fundraiser.
A Transformative Gift
The Zac Plantz Foundation & Providence High School receive a transformative gift from The Allegretti Family
Zac Plantz Night Recap
NEW LENOX, IL – It couldn’t have been clearer just how much Zac Plantz was loved as hundreds gathered at Providence Catholic High School to remember and honor his legacy as well as raise awareness of the newly established Zac Plantz Foundation.
A Foundation Rises
60 Miles, 1 mustache, and a $1,000 fundraising goal. Zac set off on his 5th year of fundraising for Movember at the beginning of November 2020. “This #Movember, I’m committing to growing my ‘mo’ and running 60 miles.