NCRSF Charity Golf Outing 2017

October 02, 2017, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm

Join us on Monday, October 2nd at the Mount Vernon County Club in Alexandria, VA for the 4th annual National Capital Region Security Forum Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Rehabilitation Center for Traumatic Brain Injuries. This event will raise money to support Traumatic Brain Injury research and care for children and adolescents by improving the lives of those affected. You can help us make an immediate positive impact on individuals.

Here's how you can help:

  • Sponsor the event: This Charity Golf Outing is a great opportunity for your company to receive exposure and to support a worthy cause. There are also opportunities for food and drink, awards, and on-course sponsorships as well. 
  • Participate in the tournmanet: Individual golfer and foursome ticket packages include range balls, golf, lunch, dinner, and a beverage and refreshment cart on course.
  • Attend the afternoon reception: If you can't make the full day of golf, please join us for happy hour, dinner, and awards ceremony after golf!
  • Donate to Kennedy Krieger: If you are unable to attend the event but still wish to contribute to this wonderful cause, please consider a gift to support Traumatic Brain Injury programs at Kennedy Krieger. 

For more information:

Contact Dan Connole, Mark Harrison, or Dave Sawczuk with event specific questions or Theresa Macheski, Events Specialist at Kennedy Krieger, for more information about the Institute.

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