TEEING OFF ON CANCER GOLF CLASSIC
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 2022
MCGREGOR LINKS COUNTRY CLUB
359 Northern Pines Road, Wilton, New York 12831
Sign up early - we expect to sell out!
For the past 15 years - Teeing Off on Cancer Golf Classic has been a mixed golf event that unites community members in the fight against cancer. Since our inception, Teeing Off on Cancer has raised more than $600,000 for the fight against cancer. With those funds, we are spreading hope by delivering hands-on support and services to patients and loved ones, and saving lives by assisting in the funding of groundbreaking research.
On Saturday, September 10th we will hold our outing at the beautiful McGregor Links Country Club in Wilton, NY and all proceeds will benefit the Catie Hoch Foundation.
Other Ways to Support
Be a sponsor. Give in kind. Send gifts for the auction or raffle. Anything that you can do will be a appreciated!
Saturday September 10th, 2022
Golf Classic Ticket: $125
Includes golf, cart, gift bag, and lunch at McGregor Links Golf Club.
•11:30 AM Lunch and Registration
•1:00 PM Shotgun Start
•6:00 PM Informal Gathering at McGregor Links Clubhouse
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The Catie Hoch Foundation is dedicated to helping children while they are in treatment for cancer. Established seventeen 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.