With 3 weeks left, 10 spots remain open.
With just a few weeks left until tee off, Hamilton Center is eager to get the community engaged in the 32nd Annual Golf Outing.
Hamilton Center Foundation, Inc. has committed to matching 100 percent of the net proceeds for the 32nd Annual Sheriff Shootout Golf Outing – creating twice the impact the event has on children’s mental health services in our community.
“This year the match has set us up to take the impact of the Shootout to new levels,” said Zach Jenkins, Director of Marketing at Hamilton Center. “This creates an excellent opportunity for our partners to support a strong mental health system for children in the community – and have fun doing it.”
The Shootout is the premiere outing for the Wabash Valley and takes place every year at Rea Park Golf Course in Terre Haute, IN – this year on Friday May 12, 2023, with two shotgun starts, 7:30 am and 1:00 pm.
Last year funds from the outing were used to serve more than 100 children and their families through program enhancements, materials, and service scholarships. This year the goal is to raise $50,000 through golfer fees and sponsorships to realize another $50,000 in Hamilton Center Foundation’s match.
Since its inception, the Shootout has also celebrated the strong relationship between local law enforcement and Hamilton Center’s crisis services and mental health providers. In fact, local organizations can now sponsor local Sheriff’s and First Responder’s Teams who compete in the morning Sheriff’s Tournament for bragging rights and the coveted Sheriff’s Trophy.
Hamilton Center Foundation’s mission is to strengthen the community by providing consistent and lasting support to Hamilton Center, Inc. as it provides the highest quality behavioral health care and wellness services in Indiana.
“The Foundation values the continued support provided by the Center’s partners in making the Shootout a success,” said Margie Anshutz, President & CEO of Hamilton Center Foundation, Inc. “Our goal is to reinforce that support by matching funds to make a larger impact on children’s mental health services.”
Learn more about the Shootout’s sponsorship packages or register a team at https://www.sheriffshootout.com.