9th Annual KHLF Golf Invitational and Fundraiser

Sponsorship Opportunities

Gold Sponsor $8,000

  • Two Foursomes (8 players); including breakfast, lunch, dinner and alcoholic beverages

  • Identification as “Gold Sponsor” and logo on signage along driveway to the Club

  • Identification as “Gold Sponsor” and logo on Sponsor signage in Welcome Area and Dining Room

  • Logo in event program

  • Exclusive signage at one of the holes

  • Social media and website recognition

Silver Sponsor $4,000

  • One Foursome (4 players); including breakfast, lunch, dinner and alcoholic beverages

  • Identification as “Silver Sponsor” and logo on signage along driveway to the Club

  • Identification as “Silver Sponsor” and logo on Sponsor signage in Welcome Area and Dining Room

  • Logo in event program

  • Exclusive signage at one of the holes

  • Social media and website recognition

Bronze Sponsor $2,000

  • One Twosome (2 players); including breakfast, lunch, dinner and alcoholic beverages

  • Choose ONE of the following:

    • Putting Green Sponsor; recognition on signage at putting green and in event program

    • Driving Range Sponsor; recognition on signage at driving range and in event program

    • Dinner Sponsor; Logo on dinner Menu

Hole Sponsor $1,500

  • Signage at one of the holes and in dining room and event program

Foursome Sponsor $3000

  • One Foursome (4 players) including breakfast, lunch, dinner and alcoholic beverages

  • Logo on 4-some signage in dining room and in event program

Please contact: Basile Papaevangelou at basile@kidshealthlinks.org for more info.

 

- - - IN SUPPORT OF KIDS' HEALTH LINKS FOUNDATION PROGRAMS - - - 

Kids' Health Links Foundation (KHLF) is a non-profit and charity, co-founded by Basile Papaevangelou and his daughter Christina. It was inspired by Christina’s near death in 2002, and by the passing of her good friend Katy in 2004. Katy’s brave battle with cancer required long and frequent hospitalizations, making connecting with friends and family difficult. It became obvious to Basile and Christina that this isolation and disconnection was not unique to Katy’s experience but was typical for hospitalized youth across Canada.

Since 2007, KHLF has developed programs enabling connections between youth and their peers, amongst clinicians, and between health professionals and their patients, advancing KHLF’s mission… To use social technology and knowledge to alleviate the stress, isolation and loneliness of the hospitalized child.

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