On Saturday October 26, 2013 4 Sure Entertainment provided Dj Ryan Levin to perform at Soldier Field for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Over $300,000.00 has been raised to help find a cure for cancer. ABC Channel 7 News anchors Roz Varon and Judy Hsu joined and emceed the race.

Check out the article ABC wrote about The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.

4 Sure Entertainment has teamed up with many organizations to help put the FUN in fundraising! We add that extra special something that makes all your participants excited for the next event. Our top 2 benefits we sponsor are JDRF and American Cancer Society.



Dj for Fundraiser, Anti Bullying, Say no to hate

Bully Free Zone“Thank you to my fellow sponsors for making this amazing young girl’s first big event a night she will remember forever! Emcee Brad, all the kids at that party will throw FITS unless you are the emcee at their birthdays! Ryan  of 4 Sure Entertainment Inc as always the music was hip, hot and made everybody DANCE DANCE DANCE!”



Hi Ryan,

Thank you SO much for agreeing to be our amazing D.J. once again at our JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes at Independence Grove. You have done such a wonderful job over the years and are definitely a highlight of our participant’s Walk day experience, so thank you for your continued support of our organization! We so greatly appreciate it.

4 Sure Entertainment’s Dj Kermitt at The 8th Annual Saving tiny Hearts Gala




Ryan got the crowd pumped up at my Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraiser Sunday, Oct. 20. Not only that, he came through at the last minute. With a week’s notice, he made arrangements to be at my walk at 6:30 a.m. after working a wedding the night before.

I recommend the team at 4 Sure for any of your event needs. They are a community minded group of people who do quality work and really bring the party!





Robert’s life was cut short for what might have been, for joys unrealized, for tasks undone, and for challenges unmet. He was born on Rosh Hashanah in 1970 and died on Rosh Hashanah in 1975.

At the age of 5, Robert was an accomplished swimmer. At 4, he could jump off a high dive and swim to the edge. He loved rock and roll music and used to sing to Elton John tunes. He could also ride a two-wheeler and loved wrestling with his father and brother.

He was an eager little 5 year old awaiting the joys of kindergarten, Etz Chaim Sunday School, and explore the world around him.

Robert, and his older brother, Michael, played very well together and were the best of friends, and he wanted to do everything his big brother could.

The Robert Scott Samuels Fund was established in 1975 so that others could enjoy what he couldn’t. It provides many children the opportunity to go to Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute (OSRUI) – a URJ camp in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

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