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GolfRegistrations Client Websites
Our customers have used the GolfRegistrations system to create their golf tournament registration websites below. These websites are for viewing only as they are actual, live client websites. If you would like to try out functionality (online registration, placing an auction bid, pledging or donating to a golf-a-thon participant, purchasing products and more), please see our demo websites. We also have DoJiggy's online fundraising client websites, for your review.
•• Golf TMS Professional
With your support, we are building a better future for the 1 in 8 Canadian men and their families who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. We invest the generous donations of Canadians towards funding research that will uncover better diagnostic and treatment options, and towards providing comprehensive education and support services for those living with and affected by prostate cancer.
The JP Prescription Drug Awareness Foundation was established to raise awareness about an epidemic that kills 78 people everyday in the United States - deaths from prescription opioids. In 2012, Don and Karen Hill lost their loving son JP to this epidemic. They started the foundation to honor him and to help ensure that other families do not face the loss of a loved one due to prescription drug misuse and abuse. The funds raised from this event go towards Building a curriculum for schools to help educate children and their parents of the dangers of prescription drugs. Providing scholarships in JP's name to pharmacy students at the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and at Regis University.
The Saccomano family organizes this event in honour of their son, Luke, who has autism, but also in support of the tens of thousands of Canadian children, youth and adults who live with autism every day. The event is scheduled for Friday August 21st, 2015 at Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club.
•• Golf TMS Pledge
One in six Albertans will be impacted by a disability or injury that requires specialized rehabilitation. This is a cause that will touch most of us at some point in our lives. For over thirteen years this tournament has helped bring amazing advancements to the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, which is one of the largest freestanding, tertiary rehabilitation hospitals in Canada. We must continue this progress.
Our nonprofit organization was created in memory of my son, Jimmy, who died by suicide due to undiagnosed depression. Our mission is to educate communities about depression and challenge the stigmas that prevent proper intervention and treatment. The Crusade for Awareness was created to promote mental health by educating youth and their parents about the signs of depression. Suicide remains the third-leading cause of death for all youth ages 10-24 and the second-leading cause of death for college students. It is also preventable. Early detection, intervention, and treatment save lives.
APSC provides academic support, spiritual enrichment and growth opportunities to over 80 elementary-aged children during the academic year through its After School programs. APSC's Summer Camps provide over 150 children with practical learning opportunities that focus on academic readiness and emotional maturity. The Book Buddies program, which began at APSC in early 2013, helps struggling readers achieve greater reading proficiency through 1-on-1 tutoring and personalized curricula. The primary motivation for establishing this golf event is the opportunity to increase the awareness of APSC and to expand the Book Buddies program and other academic enrichment offerings.