Billy Mock Foundation Golf Outing & Auction 2017
Date: Monday, October 9th, 2017
Concord Country Club
Price: $175 for Golf, Cart, Lunch, Dinner & Auction
Early Bird Price $160 before 9/15
$75 Dinner & Auction
Early Bird Price $65 before 9/15
Registration opens 11:30 AM
Lunch: 12:00 PM
Golf: 1:00 PM
Cocktail / Dinner/ Auction: 5:30 PM
Off-Site Auction only $10 donation
The Concord Country Club is a private 18-hole golf club located in the beautiful Brandywine Valley, conveniently situated in Delaware County close to Chester County, West Chester and Delaware. Established in 1927, Concord boasts a classic William Flynn designed 18 hole golf course.
Great Promotional Opportunities:
The Billy Mock Foundation (a 501(c)(3) corporation) is extremely active in the Delaware Valley. It hosts successful local events and received a great deal of coverage in the local media. The annual Billy Mock Run/Walk is held early spring in Ridley Creek State Park.
Exposure on foundation and event websites, social media, mailings, email blasts, day-of-event promotions, event program and thank you letters provide many opportunities to promote your business to this loyal community of supporters. A great following, great community interest, and multiple sponsorship options mean just the right exposure for your company. There are sponsorship opportunities from $100 to $10,000. See sign-up (top of page) for details.
The mission of The Billy Mock Foundation is "Simply Helping Others.” Our efforts are directed in three areas:
1) Providing compassionate and personalized assistance to families in the community in need, especially those with a sick child or a sick parent with school age children. In this area, your contributions provide: food cards, gas cards, tuition support, home essential cost support.
2) Encouraging young people to be active in their community. In this area, your contributions go toward educational grants and the foundation’s “Pay it Forward
Program.” See below to learn what the Billy Mock Foundation is doing to help families facing life-challenging illnesses and similar situations.
3) Awarding needs-based educational grants to students within our community.