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Sponsorship Opportunities

 

AWARDS SPONSOR $5,000
Includes two foursomes, official program recognition, and special tee sign.

SHIRT SPONSOR $5,000
Includes two foursomes, official program recognition, and special tee sign.

REGISTRATION PRIZE SPONSOR $4,000
Includes two foursomes, official program recognition, and special tee sign.

LOGO BALL SPONSOR $2,000
Includes one foursome, official program recognition, special tee sign and logo ball insignia.

LUNCH SPONSOR $2,000
Includes one foursome, official program recognition, special tee sign & lunch table sign.

BEVERAGE CART SPONSOR $1,000
Includes two player entry, official program recognition, and special cart sign.

WINE SPONSOR $1,000
Includes two player entry, official program recognition, special tee sign and banquet table sign.

DESSERT SPONSOR: $ 1,000
Includes two player entry, official program recognition, special tee sign and banquet table sign.

HONORARY SPONSOR $500
Includes one player entry, official program recognition and special tee sign.

HOLE SPONSOR $250
Includes official program recognition and special tee sign.

MEMORIAL SPONSOR: $ Your Choice
Includes official program recognition and special tee sign.

How to Sponsor

You can mail your sponsorship information and check. Or, if you have a Venmo account, submit your selection and payment using Venmo.

Mailing Instructions Use Venmo

 


Other ways to give

If you’re unable to participate but want to support CAH, please consider donating.


Citizens Against Homicide is a nonprofit public benefit organization started by local victims, and other interested parties, to serve the families of homicide victims. Because the law enforcement community has become increasingly aware of the rights of victims within the criminal justice system, it is critical for victims, law enforcement, and the public to work together. All proceeds from this golf tournament will be used to sustain activities which help victims cope with the criminal justice system and raise public awareness of victims rights. Such activities include attending trial and courtroom hearings, monitoring paroles, supporting law enforcement, serving on judicial and legislative watchdog committees, educating the populace concerning the rights of families of homicide victims, and helping families obtain information leading to the resolution of unsolved murders