Here’s your chance to get a taste of what Tiger, Rory, and Phil get to enjoy.
Whether you play golf often or your game is of the miniature variety, at the 11th Annual Red Cross Cup on June 24 at Waynesborough Country Club hosted by the American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Plenty to do, great people to meet, bucolic PGA Tour Championship golf course setting, beautiful surroundings… your win is just a swing away.
For players, the tournament format is a shamble (Best drive – three drives per player). Traditional tournament competitions such as Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, and the Hole in One Challenge will also take place for awards and bragging rights. For observers, there’s full access to club facilities, lunch, a silent auction and a dinner and awards reception in the evening.
Be A Part of the 2013 Red Cross Cup on June 24
Just a few days away, the success of special events, like the Red Cross Cup, is directly attributed to the generosity of our event sponsors. You are our 5-to-1 favorite as soon as you register.
How You Help What We Do
The American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania relies on individual, corporate and foundation support to help provide compassionate care for nearly 4 million people in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties.
Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world, through five key service areas. In 2011-2012, our chapter:
- Responded to 733 disasters, including 677 fires; Housed 945 people, including 347 children – for an average 3-week stay – at Red Cross House
- Supported 1,077 of America’s military families by providing 1,747 Services
- Lifesaving blood supplier
- Health & Safety Courses: Trained 113,355 participants in lifesaving techniques
- As part of international humanitarian network, Traced 15 Cases
- And much more!
All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people.
submitted by: Fran Lynch, volunteer