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At this time all our teams for the 24th annual Golf to Give tournament are full. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, either as an individual player or for a four-person team, please email tournament coordinator Lindy Kollman at [email protected].
Golf to Give 2022
It's fore the kids!
Future golf champions need your help! Children's Miracle Network Hospitals are on the frontlines when it comes to protecting the health of future generations, but they can't do it alone. By participating in the 2022 Golf to Give tournament at Apple Tree Golf Course, on Friday, September 16, you ensure over 12,000 babies and kids are cared for annually at Yakima Valley Memorial and Children's Village. Every dollar raised stays local and supports children's healthcare programs - helping the next generation receive lifesaving care and offering families comfort and peace of mind during the most trying moments of their lives.
Changing the health of even one child or family creates a ripple effect felt by communities for years to come.
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Auction and Raffle:
*Auction will open Friday, September 16th here, at memfound.org/golf. Click the ITEMS link above to view all auction items.
**Raffle tickets only on sale at Apple Tree Resort on September 16. Questions? Contact Lindy Kollman with The Memorial Foundation at 509-249-5191 or [email protected]
Play Yellow- Children's Miracle Network:
We invite your team to "Play Yellow" this year! Add some yellow to your attire, just like Jack Nicklaus, in your support of Central Washington's Children's Miracle Network Hospital, Yakima Valley Memorial. Share your yellow and use the hashtag #playyellow.
To learn more about how you can #PLAYYELLOW at the Golf to Give tournament at Apple Tree on September 16th go to www.playyellow.org.
We'd love to know if YOUR team is planning on joining the national wave of #playyellow this year at the Golf to Give Tournament by leaving us a comment after you purchase your team or sponsorship or posting your photos on Facebook or Instagram with the tags #playyellow and #TheMemorialFoundation.
Golf to Give Classic raises funds for kids health care in Yakima. You can help!
Purchase Tournament Activities
Future golf champions need your help- Let's #PlayYellow
Golf to Give Classic 2022 Committee:
Casey Fewkes: Committee Chair, Brenda Price, Chelsea Kennedy, Doug Ellison,
Kevin Anderson, Jason Midkiff, Shawn Allen, Tristan Parke
Why We Sponsor
"We have been long-time supporters of The Memorial Foundation because of the awesome work they are doing in the community keeping our families and children healthy. Children's Village is one of Yakima's most special places, and we are honored to be a part of the legacy." Doug Ellison, Owner Cascadia Development
"Ace Hardware loves the opportunity to support Yakima Valley Memorial and Children's Village because we know, see, and feel the positive impact this hospital has on not only our local community and our own Ace family. We jump at any chance we have to raise funds for CMN and especially love sponsoring the Golf to Give tournament each year because it's a great way for our local community to come together for a great cause and give back to the kids and their families who could use our love and sponsorship the most." Chelsea Kennedy, HR Manager Ace Hardware Corporation
"Les Schwab Tire Centers of Yakima have been longtime supporters of the Memorial Foundation and Children's Village. Being an active committee member for Golf to Give tournament and watching this event continue to grow is so rewarding. Knowing that this event is making a difference in our community and that mirrors what Les Schwab has instilled in all of us as employees. It also helps knowing that so many children are benefiting from the money that is being raised." Casey Fewkes Area Manager - Eastern Washington, Les Schwab Tire Centers of Yakima
"I support this event because I believe in the cause. I also believe in supporting programs that help kids and their families right here in our community." Jason Midkiff, President Harvest Motors