Bond, partner of Quest to present the Mission golf tournament
The Bond Community Health Center is partnering with the Quest Diagnostics Foundation to host an exciting two-part golf series and fundraising event.
The series will begin at 4 p.m. on Thursday, September 30 with a youth golf clinic, followed by the Bond’s Mission golf tournament on Friday, October 1 at 9 a.m. Both events will take place at the Jake Gaither Golf Course, 801 Bragg Drive Tallahassee, FL 32305.
This outdoor event will provide our community the opportunity to connect through friendly competition while supporting Bond’s mission to provide access to quality healthcare to all members of our community.
Proceeds will be used to reduce health disparities in underserved populations by increasing access to women’s health services, pediatric medical care and pediatric dental care.
Bond invites members of our community to participate in this event by registering as a player, sponsoring a child for the Youth Golf Clinic, becoming a silent auction or event sponsor, or visiting the Bond website at bondchc.com make a donation.
Golf quartets cost $ 150; two can play for $ 85; single players $ 50, including green fees, cart, breakfast, refreshments and lunch. Space is limited – tickets for the golf tournament are available until exhaustion at www.golf.bondchc.com/register. If you can’t attend, you can still support by sponsoring a child for the Youth Golf Clinic.
Local sponsors include Ruvos, Target Print & Mail, Jake Gaither Golf Course, Play It Again Sports and Finacious Youth Program.
Over 35 years ago, a group of concerned community members came together to address the health care needs of disadvantaged children, families and individuals in the Bond community. With the support of volunteers, advocates and local partners, Bond Community Health Center Inc. was created with the mission of providing access to quality health care to all members of our community, regardless of their ability to to pay.
Today, Bond lives that mission by providing comprehensive primary and preventive health care to 10,000 patients per year, nearly half of whom are uninsured or low-income. To ensure access to quality health services, Bond operates three sites and a mobile health unit.
The Bond Community Health Center serves as a federally accredited health center (FQHC) and 501 (c) 3 non-profit.
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