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Dear Colleagues and Friends:
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to participate in the 10th annual FORE the Kids: Saving Lives golf tournament at the prestigious Ft. Lauderdale Country Club Friday September 5, 2014 in partnership with the NSU College of Healthcare Sciences. We have an amazing day on order and a full course is expected. Shotgun is at 12:30PM. Our participants will receive a well-stocked premium gift bag, enjoy high-end entertainment, foursome photograph, lunch, an awards reception at the 19th hole with special guests and a long stem rose for that someone special. There are celebrity golfers joining some foursomes as well!
The annual Fore Kids Saving Lives Golf tournament supports the Institute for Child Health Policy at NSU, works to improve healthcare of children and children's families through common sense policy making and practical programs that get real help to the families who need it. We are partnering with the NSU College of Health Care Sciences to involve the community in development of our future generation of health care professionals by supporting a scholarship fund.
2014 Event Purpose:
The focus of this year's funds will go to Mobilize Mankind and support the College of Healthcare Science Graduate Student Scholarships. The College of Health Care Sciences endeavors to train health care professionals in the art and science of improving the quality of life and health of their patients and communities. Mobilize Mankind works to produce social change through social action and focuses their efforts on the struggle of individuals with disabilities who are confined to wheelchairs.
Our goal for the golf charity this year is to raise enough funds to support at least 2 scholarships for graduate students with financial need and send NSU CHCS graduate students to take part in the Mobilize Mankind volunteer service program. We believe this opportunity will not only personally benefit the graduate students with a global experience but also aid them in their work with the Latino community here in South Florida.
All proceeds go to our cause and help save the lives of tomorrow. We greatly appreciate any contribution. Golfer/Sponsor Registration: Click here to get involved
Deborah Ann Mulligan, MD FAAP FACEP
Institute for Child Health Policy, Director
Professor of Pediatrics, College of Medicine
Center for Bioterrorism and All Hazards Preparedness