Golf Great, Dana Quigley, Named Honorary Chair of Inaugural Clinics Can Help Golf Tournament.
May 16 event at Atlantis Country Club Benefits Those in Need of Medical Equipment and Supplies
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA (January 27, 2014) Clinics Can Help, the only non-profit in Palm Beach County that provides medical equipment and supplies to children and adults in need, is proud to announce that golf great, Dana Quigley, will serve as Honorary Chair for their inaugural golf tournament, which will be held on May 16, 2014.
Quigley originally became involved with the nonprofit when his son, Devon, was in need of medical equipment following a motor vehicle accident that left him severely injured. “This organization is truly there for anyone in need,” said Quigley. “When Devon was injured we had no idea where to go. Clinics Can Help gave us the proper medical equipment and supplies that helped to ensure my son’s quality of life. Now, four years later, we are living proof, having appropriate medical equipment and supplies equals access to medical care. We want to do all we can to ensure Clinics Can Help can do the same for others.”
Each year, Clinics Can Help assists more than 1,500 individuals and dozens of organizations through the donation of durable medical equipment and supplies. They are currently the only nonprofit organization in Palm Beach County that recycles medical equipment, ensuring equal access to medical care.
The Clinics Can Help Golf Tournament will take place at Atlantis County Club and will give golfers the opportunity to spend the day on the rolling greens while enjoying the South Florida sunshine. Registration for the event begins at 11:30 a.m.with a shotgun start at 1:00 p.m. followed by the awards presentation and reception at 5:00 p.m. Prizes will be given for Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive for both women and men. There is also a special Hole in One Contest prize. Tickets are $125 per player or $500 for a foursome. Entry fee includes golf, range balls, driving range, practice and putting green, green & cart fees, goody bag, lunch, cocktail reception and awards ceremony. Sponsorships and tee sign sponsors are also available.
Those wishing to register can contact Maureen Ashe, Director of Development at 561-640-2995 or by email to Maureen@Clinicscanhelp.org.
ABOUT CLINICS CAN HELP
Clinics Can Help is a grass roots organization founded by a local hospice nurse in 2005, who collected and donated wheelchairs and hospital beds to his patients. It has since grown to an organization that assists over 1,500 clients a year by donating over $600,000 worth of recycled medical equipment. To arrange a donation of medical equipment, simply call Clinics Can Help at (561) 640-2995 or visit their centrally located office at 1550 Latham Rd., Unit #10 in West Palm Beach for more information or to complete a simple application.