Charity Tournaments launches Golf to End Alzheimer’s
Palm Beach Florida, October 1, 2019
By Dr. Daniel Glauber
Charity Tournaments introduces Golf to End Alzheimer’s on April 24th, 2020 in Palm Beach, Florida. The tournament has the mission to raise awareness, funding, and support the important work of Alzheimer's Community Care. Charity Tournaments brings together sporting communities, individuals and businesses, using their expertise to plan outstanding events to benefit important charities.
The Golf to End Alzheimer’s charity tournament begins at 8am at PGA National. The catered event includes 18-holes, range balls, welcome bag & handling, as well as special events including ‘Longest Drive’ and ‘Closest to Pin’.
Sponsorship packages offer businesses, clubs, and individuals the opportunity to gain exposure as supporters of the Alzheimer’s Association. A range of sponsorship opportunities have been created, catering to all budgets and commitment levels. Packages range from $100 to $20,000; allowing all interested parties the opportunity to partner with Charity Tournaments in this important event.
Full Title Sponsorship offers the opportunity to recognize the company name in the title of the event. Also included is sponsor’s signs on the course, a feature in the event program and recognition online. As well as business exposure, the Title Sponsorship package also includes event registration for eight players, mini lessons with golf pros and raffle tickets. Other sponsorship opportunities include Beat the Pro Sponsorship, Breakfast or Lunch Sponsor and Hole Sponsor. These packages offer varying levels of business exposure and player entry.
Charity Tournaments is also excited to work with businesses, clubs and individuals on custom sponsorship packages; creating new and flexible ways of showing support for Alzheimer's Community Care.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for 60-80% of dementia cases. The symptoms, including memory loss, disorientation and mood swings, start slowly and worsen; effecting the daily lives of millions. Golf to End Alzheimer’s will recognize the outstanding work of the Alzheimer’s Association, as well as supporting further treatment research.
For further information or to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Dr. Daniel Glauber