Charity Golf Tournament
Enjoy a wonderful round on the links with friends, colleagues and clients, and help support the important work made possible by Sarah's Endowment Fund for pediatric cancer research.
"I want to do something that will help people forever. I want to find a cure for cancer." - Sarah Szafranski
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast - Falcon's Fire Course at 3200 Seralago Boulevard, Kissimmee, FL
9:00 AM Shotgun Start / Golf awards, prizes and lunch to follow.
6:00 PM Endowment Presented at AHCA Reception, Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Individual and Foursome registration will include: 18 holes of golf with cart & bucket of driving range balls, breakfast, 2 drink tickets, and a box lunch for each golfer.
$2,500 Platinum Sponsor
$1,500 Gold Sponsor
$750 Breakfast Sponsor
$750 Lunch Sponsor
$750 Raffle Sponsor
$500 Longest Drive
$500 Hole Sponsor
$250 Hole Sponsor
In 2002, when 16-year-old Sarah Szafranski realized she was losing her three-year battle with cancer, she resolved to make a permanent contribution to the fight against pediatric cancer. She decided to create a self-sustaining endowment fund for research on pediatric cancer. She charged her father, Bob Szafranski, with starting the Sarah Szafranski Endowment Fund and growing it to $1 million.
All proceeds from this golf tournament will go to the Sarah Szafranski Endowment Fund. Generous donations have been made by the Endowment each year to organizations which are actively fighting pediatric cancer. Since 2014, events for the benefit of Sarah's Endowment have raised over $360,000, which has gone directly into the Sarah Szafranski Endowment Fund. Each year, Bob Szafranski and Sarah's younger sister Amy decide on a recipient to receive a portion of proceeds raised throughout the year.
Sarah wanted to leave a legacy of help for future pediatric cancer patients. We deeply appreciate your support in the fight against pediatric cancer in memory of Sarah Szafranski, the 16 year old who had a vision of how she could continue her battle against cancer into a future she would never see.