FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Sunrise Cares is once again hosting their Annual Sunrise Cares Charity Golf Classic on Monday, October 17, 2016 at Tequesta Country Club in Tequesta, FL. VIEW EVENT PICS
The first Annual Sunrise Cares Charity Golf Classic was a large success with over 100 golfers in attendance and proceeds benefiting The Benjamin School, FC Florida Soccer Club, The Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation, The First Tee of the Palm Beaches, and Paws Assistance dogs. VIEW EVENT SPONSORS
The Golf Classic will be a four person format and check-in will start at 7:30 a.m., with golfers teeing up at 9:30 a.m. The player entrance fee will include breakfast, lunch, greens fees, and cart fees. Individuals will be paired with other players and guests are welcome to attend.
Prizes will be awarded for fun competitions such as: glass breaking, chipping wall, longest drive, closest to the pin, straightest drive, and putting on the green. There will also be everyone’s favorite, the canon shot! The event will feature a 50/50 raffle with proceeds going to charitable organizations.
Sunrise Cares is a non-profit 501 (3)(c) organization dedicated to helping remove the stigma associated with mental illness, as well as providing support and encouragement that highlights positive, healthy alternatives for youth, young adults, and individuals in recovery.
“Through community outreach, support of positive leadership, wellness and sports programs, and active engagement into activities beyond self, we seek to encourage self-improvement, social responsibility, and academic achievement, along with an awareness of the joy and happiness attainable while living a full and substance-free life. Please come join us for this very important community event.”
Corporate, individual, and team sponsorships opportunities are available. Donations are welcomed and appreciated.
To register an individual, a team, or to become a sponsor visit https://sunrisecares.org/charity-golf-classic/
For more information, contact Sunrise Cares at (561) 266-4522.
Photo Caption: Golfers get ready for the shotgun start to the inaugural Sunrise Cares Charity Golf Classic