Community, business leaders tee up for Phoenix Children’s Hospital patients

21st annual golf tournament raises $590,000 for health, hope and healing

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Local community and business leaders were all-in “fore” a good cause when they raised a total of $590,000 at the 21st annual Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament on Nov. 22 at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale.

Presented by CBRE and MJ Insurance, proceeds from the tournament benefit the Hospital’s Hope Fund --- the area of greatest need, according to a press release. The Hope Fund helps launch critical news programs, purchase essential equipment, conduct cutting-edge research and more.

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament has raised more than $7.3 million for children in the community since its inception 21 years ago.

A total of 288 golfers teed up for the idyllic day of golf and support for Phoenix Children’s Hospital patients and families.

“Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament participants get more than bragging rights out of this beautiful day of golf. They also get the satisfaction of knowing they are funding critical care for the thousands of families that come through our doors each year.”

-- Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Steve Schnall. 

Sponsors for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament include co-presenting sponsors CBRE and MJ Insurance. Additional sponsors include Talking Stick Resort, Angry Crab Shack, MI Windows and Doors, Infinity of Scottsdale, Dutch Bros. Coffee, Snowflake Computing Inc., Delta Diversified and Ensemble Real Estate Solutions.

To reserve your spot for the 2020 Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament, visit phoenixchildrensfoundation.org.

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