Got this from the Brad Richards Foundation. Might be too late to get into the Monday golf outing at Scarsdale GC (or maybe not) but there’s still time to get involved in the auction for a great cause:
BRAD RICHARDS FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC
Fans Invited to Join Brad at Scarsdale Golf Club to Benefit the BRF
Brad Richards announced that his charitable foundation will hold the inaugural Brad Richards Charity Golf Classic at the Scarsdale Golf Club in Westchester County to benefit the Brad Richards Foundation on August 26th, 2013.
“I am looking forward to hosting my inaugural golf event in New York and to raising money to help children suffering from life-threatening illnesses,” said Richards. “New York is one of my favorite cities in the world and I encourage the fans to join us for a day of golf and entertainment in support of a great cause.”
Individual tickets include a pre-golf brunch, a round of golf and a dinner that will feature silent and live auctions with the chance to win a variety of items and experiences. Foursomes and hole sponsorship opportunities are also available for purchase.
The Brad Richards Foundation, launched by Richards in 2007, helps to provide exceptional experiences and treatment for children and families enduring chronic and life-threatening illness. The foundation also supports the advancement of youth and amateur sports. The BRF has helped support pediatric efforts in Richards’ hometown, Prince Edward Island, Canada and since Richards’ arrival in New York, has supported multiple New York area hospitals. A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai.
For more information, tickets, foursomes and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Alexis Walberg at Radegen Sports Management: (212) 727-2142. To purchase golf packages online, click here.
About the Brad Richards Foundation:
The Brad Richards Foundation is devoted to creating and contributing to causes that provide exceptional experiences and treatment for children and families enduring chronic and/or life threatening illness, and to the advancement of youth and amateur sports.
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