JAMISON, PA – AUGUST 13, 2019 – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County is gearing up for one of their signature events to benefit children facing adversity in Bucks County – Golf Fore Kids Sake. Scheduled to take place, rain or shine, on Monday, September 9, 2019 at The Doylestown Country Club this highly anticipated event invites golfers to join BBBSBC staff, local dignitaries, former Eagles and Phillies players as well as other local sports celebrities for a fun day beginning with breakfast and concluding with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Of course, some golf will be played in between delicious meals, rubbing elbows with sports personalities and drinks!
Cost for an individual golfer is $250, foursomes are available for $1000 with the proceeds going towards helping the children of Bucks County who are involved with our programs. . Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. with shotgun starting at 11:00 a.m. Special Hole-in-One contest prizes include a trip for two to Las Vegas, Nevada or a trip for two to the 2020 US Open in Queens, New York.
“A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are available as well.” says Rob Peterman, Marketing & Events Manager. “What a great way to gain visibility for your company, reward staff or have a great day with friends – all while supporting a great cause.”
To register text “2019GFKS” to 414-44 or visit www.bbbsbc.org/special-events.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County (BBBSBC) has been providing children facing adversity with professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships since 1963. Affiliated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the Bucks County agency has been nationally recognized for providing the highest quality programs. Located in Jamison, Pa., BBBSBC is a donor supported, volunteer driven organization dedicated to helping Bucks County youth achieve their full potential. Children matched with mentors gain greater self-confidence, are less likely to engage in risky behaviors—like using alcohol and drugs—and create higher goals for their future. There are over 200 kids on their waiting list and 70% of them are boys. At Big Brothers Big Sisters, mentoring is not about saving a child, but rather about igniting the power and promise of youth. For more information about BBBSBC please call 215-343-8260 or visit www.bbbsbc.org