Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas to Host 16th Annual RMHCC Golf Classic
GREENVILLE, S.C. (February 22, 2021) – Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas (RMHCC) is pleased to announce its 16th Annual RMHCC Golf Classic will held on Monday, March 29th at the Preserve at Verdae.
The golf tournament begins with a Pairings Party, presented by AM King, the evening of Sunday, March 28th at Topgolf Greenville. The pairings party will feature a presentation on the mission of RMHC of the Carolinas, opportunities “tee it up” and practice your swing, heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks.
The golf tournament kicks off Monday morning at the Preserve at Verdae course with 18 spectacular holes of golf. Several changes will be made this year to promote a safe environment, including extra sanitation provided throughout the day, a socially distanced check-in, and masks are required. Golfers are invited for breakfast prior to the tee off at 10:00 a.m., and will enjoy an outdoors, socially distanced BBQ lunch afterwards.
“Last year, was a year filled with uncertainty for all of us,” said Marti Spencer, Executive Director/CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas. “Our families were drastically challenged by not only navigating a worldwide pandemic, but also dealing with a very sick child. Our funding was significantly impacted due to COVID-19. We are looking forward to being able to host our donors and supporters for a day on the course in support of keeping families close.”
Sponsorships and tickets are available for purchase at http://www.rmhc-carolinas.org/golf . For more information on the 16th Annual RMHCC Golf Classic, contact Elizabeth Stoffelen, Events and Social Media Coordinator at RMHCC of the Carolinas, at (864) 704-8976 or [email protected].
About RMHC of the Carolinas:
RMHC of the Carolinas’ mission is to keep families with critically ill or injured children close to each other and the care and resources they need in our community; while providing a home filled with hope, encouragement and comfort. We find and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. Since 1989, the Chapter has provided support to more than 12,000 families through the Ronald McDonald House program. More than a room, the House serves as a quiet place for families to be alone or as a place of companionship, sharing and emotional support with other families who are also caring for a sick child being treated at nearby medical facilities. To learn more about RMHC of the Carolinas, visit www.rmhc-carolinas.org.
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Kate V. Sanders Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas