Upcoming Community Fundraising Events for Norton Children’s
We are grateful to the many community groups and individuals who host fundraisers to support the mission of Norton Children’s.
Mark your calendars and make a difference by participating in or donating to these spring events:
Wendy Novak Diabetes Center Golf Invitational
Monday, May 20, 2019
Valhalla Golf Club
This great day of fun at Valhalla Golf Club will include golf, lunch, games, an evening reception with an open bar, dinner and an auction with some very special items. Proceeds will benefit the Christensen Family Sports and Activity Program at the Wendy Novak Diabetes Center. For more information, contact Heather Singleton at email@example.com.
A Time for Joy Gala
Saturday, April 27, 2019
University of Louisville Golf Club
Kick off Derby season with the 17th annual A Time for Joy Gala. Enjoy a great night of food, cocktails, silent auctions and joy! For ticket information and details, contact Stephanie Ubelhart at firstname.lastname@example.org. Proceeds will benefit Jarrett’s Joy Cart, which distributes toys, books and movies to patients in the Addison Jo Blair Cancer Care Center at Norton Children’s Hospital.
Mobile Initiative Annual Charity Golf Scramble
Benefiting Norton Children’s Hospital
The Mobile Initiative second annual charity golf scramble will take place September 7th, 2019 at Nevel Meade Golf Course. Grab a team and join us for a day of golfing, raffles, games, food, and more. $1000 grand prize for the winning team, presented by Mobile Initiative.
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