Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Golf Tournament benefits STH Foundation
Eighth Annual Get Lucky! Golf Tournament benefits STH Foundation
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
COVINGTON – The eighth annual St. Tammany Hospital Foundation Get Lucky! Golf Tournament presented by Refreshment Solutions will take place April 18 at Money Hill Golf Course & Country Club in Abita Springs, LA.
Golfers and sponsors of the tournament will experience delicious food and beverages from local restaurants, fantastic tournament gifts, goody bags for every golfer, high-quality prize drawings, closest to the hole, longest drive and straightest drive contests, three beverage carts, a fully-catered golfer after-party with an open premium bar and music plus a chance to win a new car.
“As St. Tammany Parish Hospital breaks ground on a new bed tower expansion, we need support from our local community now more than ever before,” said Melanie Rudolph, foundation specialist. “The Get Lucky! Golf Tournament is a unique and fun way to give back to STPH.”
Proceeds from the 2019 Get Lucky! Golf Tournament will benefit the St. Tammany Hospital Foundation Expansion Initiative, providing state-of-the-art technological enhancements including items such as digital room care signs, cleaning robots, mobile devices that allow nurses to review treatment plans, administer medication and document care quickly and efficiently, and bedside devices to give patients more information about their treatment plan.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information on sponsorships or to participate, visit sthfoundation.org/golf or contact Melanie Rudolph in the foundation office at 985-898-4141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Tammany Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established to support and enhance the healing work of the physicians and staff of St. Tammany Parish Hospital. Through the development of philanthropic support, the foundation seeks to fortify the promise to provide world-class health care close to home, now and for generations to come. sthfoundation.org