More than 50 sponsors supported the 26th Annual Doylestown Health Foundation Golf Classic at Jericho National Golf Club in New Hope, PA on June 12th. Special thanks to this year's Title Sponsor, Burns Mechanical, Event Sponsors, John S. McManus, Inc. and Norwood Company, Driving Range Sponsor, SEI, and Back Nine and Flag Sponsor, Duane Morris.
The event raised over $87,000 for Doylestown Hospital. "We were grateful for another sold out event and to all of the sponsors who supported this year's outing. We continue to raise the bar on new opportunities to increase support for Doylestown Health and appreciate all of those involved in the success of this year's Golf Classic," said Jim Brexler, President and CEO of Doylestown Health. Proceeds will benefit the programs and services of Doylestown Hospital and support Teen Volunteer Scholarships.
Over 30 foursomes participated in various games of skill such as Beat the Pro, Longest Drive, Straightest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Hole-in-One, and Putting Green Contests on one of the most enjoyable golf courses in the region. Adding to the friendly competition was an on-course, trivia contest that tested the players' knowledge of Doylestown Health and offered some fun facts of the 95 year old institution.
Many thanks to this year's sponsors for their support.
About Doylestown Health Foundation
As the philanthropic arm of Doylestown Health, the Doylestown Health Foundation raises funds to safeguard the future of excellence in patient care and improves the quality of life for all members of our Central Bucks County community and beyond.
For more information about Doylestown Health Foundation and giving opportunities at Doylestown Health, please call 215-345-2802 or make a donation today! Thank you.
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