Support the Saint Agnes Foundation
Monday, June 16, 2014
Turf Valley Golf Resort
Experience the perfect combination of fun and fundraising, as this highly-anticipated charity event offers a full day of golfing, contests, prizes, gifts and beverages.
Registration & Breakfast: 7:15 - 8:45 am
Shotgun Start: 9:00 am
Post-tournament Awards Ceremony and Luncheon will take place immediately following tournament play in the Turf Valley Ballroom.
See event brochure (link above) for complete registration and sponsorship information or contact the Foundation office at 410-368-3155.
Saint Agnes Hospital is grateful for the generous support of our sponsors for the 36th Annual Golf Classic on June 16th, 2014. Proceeds from this event help to provide Annual Giving funding which supports patient services, medical education, community outreach and other priority patient needs. Many thanks to the 2014 Golf Classic sponsors for helping Saint Agnes Hospital to continue our rich legacy of providing exceptional care for residents of Baltimore and surrounding communities.
Clifford Larson Allen
Your Support is Needed
Devoted to healthcare that leaves no one behind, Saint Agnes provides $10-$15 million in charity care and community benefits each year. In addition, the Saint Agnes Foundation awards community grants including those that support terminally ill patients, homeless adults and educational and crisis needs of associates and patients. By donating to Annual Giving, you will be supporting the priority needs of Saint Agnes Hospital, its patients and associates.
Funds will be applied to Saint Agnes Hospital’s $212 million project to transform its current campus. This revitalization will feature a new patient tower, redevelopment of our existing patient tower, expansion and reconfiguration of our Saint Agnes Cancer Center, enhanced surgical suites and a redesigned emergency room.
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