EWGA NNJ Annual Play for P.I.N.K. Charity Brunch & Golf Event

Please join US at the EWGA NNJ Play for Pink Brunch Celebration of Friends and Chocolate, and you can add golf.

Many people in our lives have been affected by breast cancer; and many of our members are Survivors. We invite you to bring friends and family to join the fight and celebrate the day with laughter, good food, contests, costumes, tricky tray and prizes for all. 

EWGA NNJ turns play into serious support. To speed advances in breast cancer detection, treatment and survivorship, Play for P.I.N.K.  supports thousands of volunteers nationwide as they raise funds for research through sporting and lifestyle events. Their efforts raise $4.8 million annually — and 100% of that goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

11:00am – Buffet Brunch

1:30pm - 18 Hole Golf (Shotgun Start)

To register or donate:  www.ewgannj.org

Contact Marketing & Sponsorship for further inquiries:

Will you consider donating your goods and/or services to our efforts?  Your generosity is vital to our success.  Together, we can make a difference.

Tina e. Hong

Director of Marketing & Sponsorships

Executive Women’s Golf Association of Northern New Jersey

www.ewgannj.org

tinahongewga@gmail.com

 

Contact Information
  1. Tina E. Hong
  2. 617.513.9859
  3. tinahongewga@gmail.com
Sun, June 25
11:00 am — 6:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/25/2017 11:00am 06/25/2017 6:00pm America/New_York EWGA NNJ Annual Play for P.I.N.K. Charity Brunch & Golf Event

Please join US at the EWGA NNJ Play for Pink Brunch Celebration of Friends and Chocolate, and you can add golf.

Many people in our lives have been affected by breast cancer; and many of our members are Survivors. We invite you to bring friends and family to join the fight and celebrate the day with laughter, good food, contests, costumes, tricky tray and prizes for all.

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