TEE IT UP!

The 7th Annual Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament benefiting Senior Resource Association is just around the corner. On Monday, February 13, 2023, at Riomar Country Club, we will tee up to ensure seniors in Indian River County can continue to live at home as long as safely possible.

We hope we can count on you to support us this year as a Tee Sign Sponsor! Our goals for the tournament are to highlight the mission of Senior Resource Association and to provide essential services to older neighbors in need. You may know of SRA but not realize how many local seniors rely on this long-standing organization for their only hot meal of the day, in-home care, or a safe, licensed daily care option for the families of those with cognitive or physical challenges.

We cannot think of a better way to accomplish our goals than to have your Tee Sign displayed at the 7th Annual Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Will you join us?

A $250 sponsorship could provide one month of hot, nutritious meals and wellness checks for a homebound senior or provide days of care and respite needing our DayAway program.

Your Tee Sign also can honor or remember someone special. Please let us know these details when you submit your sponsorship form so we can print your Tee Sign accordingly.

Thank you in advance for your generous donation. Your support provides vital assistance to seniors throughout our community.

 

 

     Thank you to our Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Linda and Neill Currie
Susan and B. Oglesby
The Frazier Foundation

Gold Sponsor

Dawn and Ted Michael
George E Warren LLC
Sassy and Mike Smith

Silver Sponsor

Trudie Rainone

Dinner Sponsor

Susan and Jerry Hobbs and Patrick McDougal

Pro Sponsor

Ann and Tom Piper

Cocktail Sponsor

Sue and Kit Barrow
Elke and George Fetterolf

Participant Gift Sponsor

Norris Cook, Shaun Donnellan, Jay Litty, and George Henninger
Mary and Randy Rogers

Cocktail Sponsor

Sue and Kit Barrow
Elke and George Fetterolf

Master Sponsor

Judi and Mark Bradley
Kendra and Roger Haines
Heidi and Chuck Stewart
Hope and Deke Welles