Keegan Bradley Charity Golf Classic
Monday, August 28
woodstock inn & resort Country Club
On Monday, August 28, 2017, Keegan Bradley, 2011’s PGA Championship winner, Rookie of the Year, and multi-event champion will host the Sixth Annual Charity Golf Classic at the Woodstock Inn & Resort Country Club. The event will benefit the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) in its support of the Vermont Cancer Center and Vermont Children’s Hospital to fund lifesaving research for children battling cancer.
The event will kick off with brunch, followed by a golf clinic with Keegan, and 18 holes of golf. The day will conclude with a cocktail reception, raffles, auction and awards ceremony. Formal invitations will be issued to supporters and friends of Keegan including golfers from the PGA Tour as well as local celebrities.
PCRF is honored to have Keegan Bradley serve as an incredible host to the event and we are grateful for the success of this annual tournament. For information regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jeri Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 859-6312.
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF), in partnership with the University of Vermont Cancer Center and Children’s Hospital, is committed to funding research that leads to curing childhood cancer. Their shared vision is to bring hope and lifesaving treatments to all children battling cancer.
Funds raised will support the ground breaking research of Dr. Jessica Heath at the UVM Cancer Center and Children’s Hospital. Her research looks to better understand how some of the most aggressive forms of childhood leukemia, which still have unacceptable cure rates, develop and find targeted ways to treat them. Her research is laying the groundwork for new, more effective, treatments for patients.
The faculty and staff at the University of Vermont Cancer Center and Children’s Hospital are dedicated to providing state-of-the art cancer diagnosis and treatment, delivering compassionate care to maximize the quality of life for the patient and family throughout the disease, improving the human condition as it is affected by cancer, fostering and sustaining innovative research in the laboratory that optimizes capabilities in the clinic, and advancing cancer prevention, control and early detection through education, outreach and research programs.