21st Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament
Featuring Willie Wilson
Monday, June 23, 2014 ~ Swope Memorial Golf Course, Kansas City
A Benefit for First Call Alcohol/Drug Prevention & Recovery
About the Golf Tournament:
The First Call Celebrity Golf Tournament featuring Willie Wilson will be held on Monday, June 23, 2014 at Swope Memorial Golf Course. The tournament includes a four-man scramble, raffle prizes, a silent auction, lunch, dinner and an awards ceremony. The funds raised from the tournament are used to support First Call's core programs for individuals and families suffering from and impacted by substance use disorders, and prevention programs for the community.
About Willie Wilson:
Willie Wilson is a two-time American League All Star and a member of the 1985 World Series winning Kansas City Royals team. Wilson was elected into the Royals Hall of Fame in 2000 and is the author of the recently released book, Inside the Park: Running the Base Path of Life (Willie Wilson with Kent Pulliam, Ascend Book, 2013). He now leads the Willie Wilson Baseball Foundation, which provides support to underserved inner-city youth in Kansas City.
Presenting Sponsor – $10,000
Company name embroidered player gift shirt
Company name/logo on tournament banner and signage
12 reserved player spots*
Recognition in the tournament program
Player Gift Sponsor - $5,000
Cart Sponsor - $2,500
Lunch Sponsor - $1,500
Hole Sponsors - $1,000
Team - $750
Friends of First Call - $200
Individual Players - $195
*Player spots include: green fees, carts, lunch, drinks, prizes, favors and awards party.
Susan Whitmore, Vice President of Development
P 816-800-8045 ~ E email@example.com
Register below or click HERE to mail in registration.
About First Call
First Call, a nonprofit affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence founded in 1958, is a key catalyst for building capacity among over 200 Greater Kansas City area substance abuse, health care, behavioral health and supportive service providers. Services are provided to over 20,000 individuals annually, including substance use disorder assessment, outpatient treatment, recovery services, family services, crisis call center and community prevention services.