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13th Annual PSE&G Golf Outing

Join us on August 26, 2024

Tickets Donate To This Event

Ticket Quantity Left Price Each
PLAYER GIFT SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) None left $40,000.00
DIAMOND SPONSOR Available $40,000.00
PLATINUM SPONSOR Available $30,000.00
SNACK SHACK SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) 1 Left $25,000.00
BEVERAGE CART SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) 3 Left $20,000.00
CARE CART SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) 2 Left $15,000.00
GOLD SPONSOR Available $10,000.00
SILVER SPONSOR Available $7,500.00
BRONZE SPONSOR Available $5,000.00
FOURSOME Available $4,000.00
COCKTAIL HOUR PARTICIPANT ONLY Available $250.00

Monday, August 26, 2024

Registration Begins at 7:30 AM

13th Annual PSE&G-Vendor Golf Outing

benefitting Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation 

 

 You can make a tangible positive impact on kids and families in your community by playing golf with us!
One in five children are living with a chronic illness or complex medical condition that affects their ability to learn and grow. 100% of all proceeds from this golf outing support the programs and services at Children's Specialized Hospital that are changing their lives. 

Currently serving over 35,000 children annually at 15 locations across New Jersey, Children's Specialized Hospital is the nation's largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital, leading the way to a brighter future for children and adolescents facing unique health challenges—from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries to a full scope of developmental, behavioral and mental health concerns.


GOLF FOR KIDS LIKE GABBY

 
 
 
 

 

 

At 13, Gabby suffered an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) rupture in the right frontal lobe of her brain and lost all movement on her left side. Luckily Gabby's AVM was operable and the doctors were able to remove it.

For 19 days, Gabby couldn't move her left side. She couldn't sit up or even smile. She was transferred to Children's Specialized Hospital for inpatient care to regain her strength through daily physical, occupational, speech, and recreational therapies.

Five weeks later, Gabby walked out of Children's Specialized on her own. She is back to living the life of a happy, healthy teenager and playing sports again—including her favorite, soccer.

When you support Children's Specialized Hospital, you're changing the future for thousands of kids like Gabby who are facing complex and often unexpected medical conditions that affect their daily lives.

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