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Tom Brenner, Chair
Tammy Andrews
Tim Blough
Matt Doran
Rodney Drawbaugh
Don “Chip Gerhart
Mirriam Jefferson
Douglas Lehigh
Joe McCoy
Sydney Nell
Jim Noll
Lisa Oriolo
Cheryl Wintermyer

 

 

 

 



WellSpan Annual Charity Golf Tournament

15th Annual WellSpan Health Benefit Golf Tournament

The WellSpan Health York Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, September 15, 2014 at the Out Door Country Club.

Sponsorships are available at many levels.

Please contact Lisa Oriolo at the York Health Foundation, 851-2149 for further details.

Sponsorship Opportunities
(Sponsorships are reserved on a first-come, first-paid basis)

Lead Sponsors ($5,000)
Registration for 8 golfers Lunch & awards reception for 8 Recognition in annual report Recognition in 10,000 WellSpan newsletters Signage – banner and brochureSpecial recognition at awards reception.

Specialty Sponsors ($2,000 to $3,000)

  • Cart sponsor ($3,000)
  • Longest Putt ($2,000)
  • “On the Green” Sponsor ($2,000)
  • A.M. Round Sponsor ($2,000)
  • P.M. Round Sponsor ($2,000)
  • Beverage Sponsor ($2,000)
  • Prize Sponsor ($2,000)
  • Lunch Sponsor ($2,000)
  • Longest Drive, Women ($2,000)
  • Longest Drive, Men ($2,000)
    - Each specialty sponsor will receive:
    - Registration for 4 golfers
    - Signage at item/event being sponsored
    - Recognition in annual reportLunch & awards reception for 4
    - Recognition in 10,000 WellSpannewsletters

Hole Sponsors ($1,750)

  • Registration for 4 golfers
  • Lunch & awards reception for 4
  • Corporate sign at hole
  • Recognition in annual report

Questions about sponsorship opportunities? Please call 717-851-2149.

In the past 12 years, the WellSpan Charity Golf Tournament has benefitted many programs in our communities. Specifically, proceeds from this event have helped to fund:

  • Telehealth monitors for chronically ill, home-bound patients to help monitor their health
  • The purchase of special “giraffe” beds used by the smallest infants at York Hospital in the Neonatal Intensive CareUnit (NICU)
  • Cribs for Kids” – a program that provides safe-sleeping cribs for babies in need
  • Chronic Disease Care Programs for children, including children with diabetes and asthma, to help them better manage their lives and to promote healthier lifestyles
  • The “Healthy Beginnings Plus Program” for at-risk infants in our communities
  • “Project Smiles” – a dental sealant program to help protect children’s teeth

2012 tournament program
 



 

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