Project C.U.R.E. holds three signature fundraising events annually - the First Ladies Luncheon, Sanctuary Golf Tournament and High Rollers for Health and Hope. Throughout the year, there are many other fund- and friendraising events in our distribution markets of Denver, Chicago, Phoenix, Houston and Nashville that support our mission of delivering health and hope to the world. Please check back often for the latest information about these happenings.
For more information about Project C.U.R.E. events, please contact Laurie Porter at 720.490.4022 or email@example.com.
3rd Annual High Rollers for Health & Hope
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Friday, November 22, 2013
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2014 First Ladies Initiative
Project C.U.R.E.’s First Ladies Luncheon is an annual fundraising event that brings awareness to the humanitarian efforts of First Ladies from around the world. Each year, nearly 2,000 distinguished guests join together to learn about the healthcare issues in the First Lady’s country and raise funds to deliver life-saving medical supplies and equipment to hospitals and clinics in greatest need. Since 2006, Project C.U.R.E.’s First Ladies Luncheons have raised enough funding to deliver a total of more than $15 million in medical relief to hospitals and clinics throughout Mozambique, Mongolia, El Salvador, Belize, Mexico, Ghana, Panama, and Tanzania.
Thank you for your interest in the Project C.U.R.E. First Ladies Initiative! Please check back with us soon for the details of our next event.
11th Annual Project C.U.R.E. Golf Tournament at Sanctuary
SAVE THE DATE! The 2014 tournament will take place Monday, June 30th, 2014.
This is an incredible opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled day on one of America’s greatest golf courses as rated by Golf Digest. Sanctuary in Sedalia, Colorado, is an invitation-only, 18-hole course featuring 24 acres of fairways, 164,665 square feet of greens, both covered with bentgrass, and an opportunity to drive it home at 6,590 feet. The tournament is limited to only 120 players.
The proceeds from each Project C.U.R.E. tournament go directly to delivering humanitarian relief, touching the lives of people living in every corner of the globe. Thousands of moms and dads, kids and grandparents have been given a second chance in a world where they would otherwise not have a “mulligan.”