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Teeing Off on Cancer Golf Classic to Benefit the Catie Hoch Foundation.

With your help, over the past 7 years, Teeing Off on Cancer has been raising money and raising awareness for the fight against Cancer in the Capital Region. To date, area coaches, sports fans, volunteers and business leaders have teamed up to make a difference in the fight against cancer – we have raised over $ 250,000.00. We are proud to announce that this year, we have teamed up with the Catie Hoch Foundation. Like Teeing Off on Cancer, the Catie Hoch Foundation is a local all-volunteer organization that helps children battling cancer and their families. 100% of the proceeds from this year’s Teeing Off on Cancer Event will be given to the Catie Hoch Foundation so they can continue the great services they provide to our neighbors in need.

On August 25th, 2014 Teeing Off on Cancer will once again be hosting a mixed golf event that will bring together business and community members from around the Saratoga Region. This year marks the 7th annual outing held at the famed Saratoga National Golf Club during the exciting 2014 horse racing season. The difference we make will be because of your support and commitment to the fight against cancer.

Tournament Schedule
  • 11:30 AM Lunch and Registration
  • 1:00 PM Shotgun Start
  • 6:00 PM Reception, Cocktails & Silent Auction (reception time is dependent on golfers coming off the golf course)
  • 7:00 PM Dinner Program

Register your foursome today or register yourself as a single player and we will place you in an entertaining foursome.

Support The Catie Hoch Foundation with Your On-line Donation.

Just dinner? Make dinner reservations to enjoy dinner and participate in the silent auction. You don't have to play golf to participate.

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The Catie Hoch Foundation is dedicated to helping children while they are in treatment for cancer. Established fourteen years ago, the foundation has raised well over $1 million. Far too many children in our area are being diagnosed with cancer. A child’s cancer diagnosis is devastating and the strains on the family are enormous —emotional, physical and financial. Because we know first-hand what these families are going through, we are able to meet the needs that are not met by other means. So when a child in your community is diagnosed with cancer, the Catie Hoch Foundation can and does help by making mortgage or rent payments, paying for utilities, helping with insurance co-pays and “adopting” families during the holidays. Because we are an all-volunteer organization, every dollar raised goes to helping children, and their families, while they are in treatment, and supports research efforts to find a cure. We can respond quickly to families in need, often sending a check within a day of the request by the social workers. We have established patient assistance programs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (where Catie was treated,) Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and Albany Medical Center. Thank you for your support. You are making a difference in the lives of children with cancer.
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Register your foursome today or register yourself as a single player and we will place you in an entertaining foursome.

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Just dinner? Make reservations to enjoy dinner and participate in the silent auction. You don't have to play golf to participate.

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Teeing Off on Cancer Golf Classic is proud to announce that Rich and Mary Flaherty, of the Flaherty Family Foundation, have agreed to be the Presenting Sponsors again for our 2014 event.  The Flaherty Family Foundation is a benevolent organization, established to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our community members. Please join us this August 25th, 2014 at The Teeing Off on Cancer Golf Classic.  The event provides an opportunity to join together in a meaningful way to raise awareness and the much-needed revenue required to combat cancer.  Thank you for your interest in this event, and for your commitment to the Catie Hoch Foundation’s ongoing quest to "make a difference in the lives of children with cancer.”