On Monday, June 27, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Burlingame, join CEO Bob Edmondson, golf personality Mitch Juricich and other On Lok Board Members and friends for a round golf and a lot of fun in support of On Lok’s vital programs!
10 AM – Registration begins, Driving Range opens
11 AM – Lunch
12 PM – Round of Golf with a shotgun start
5:00 PM – Reception & Silent Auction
6:00 PM – Dinner & Awards
Registration ($195) includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch, most beverages, dinner, and player gift.
Register at: http://2011onlokgolf.eventbrite.com.
This year’s tournament will once again support renovations to the roof garden at On Lok’s main facility in San Francisco. Gardening provides elders with ideal moderate exercise as well as being a proven therapy for those with dementia or who suffer from depression. Proceeds will help us purchase wheelchair accessible planter beds and plant trees that will limit chilly winds.
Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities available.
For more information, contact 415.292.8732 or firstname.lastname@example.org
On Lok is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1971 by a group of citizens concerned about the plight of elders and the lack of long term options in the community. Now, several decades later, On Lok serves seniors in the community through On Lok Lifeways, the 30th Street Senior Center, On Lok Intergenerational Program, and Housing. For 38 years, On Lok has helped the oldest members of our community maintain independence and dignity by providing nationally recognized medical care and social services. On Lok’s customized, community-based health care plan, known as On Lok Lifeways, integrates medical care, social services, home care and transportation into a complete program of care. Our model is designed so that even very frail elders can continue living in their own homes and communities while receiving the care and services they need to maintain health and independence. On Lok operates ten centers that serve nearly 1,050 frail seniors throughout San Francisco, southern Alameda County and most of Santa Clara County. More than 5,000 seniors are served annually at the 30th Street Senior Center.