Sep. 18, 2018 8:15 am | Milton, GA

2018 Drive to End Lupus Now

Tuesday, September 18th at 8:15 am

Raise funds for the fight against lupus at our 11th annual golf tournament. Mark Strickland’s leadership in memory of his mother has raised more than $220,000 for the fight against lupus.
Ninety percent of every dollar donated stays in Georgia to ensure the Chapter continues to provide and expand the only free, statewide lupus programs. The Chapter also supports the national research efforts funding and advocating for investment in lupus.

Join us for a great day and help solve the cruel mystery of lupus.

The Manor Golf and Country Club (map and directions)
15951 Manor Club Drive
Milton, GA 30004

Schedule of Events
8:15 - 9:00     Driving Range/Registration
9:15              Shotgun Start
1:30              Buffet Lunch and Prizes

Golf Fees
Individual Golfer - $200
Foursome - $800
Sponsorships available from $500 and above. See below.

Fees include 18 holes, carts, green fees, beverages and buffet lunch in the club.

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Print and Mail Your Golf Registration:

Download and print the Golf Registration Form and mail it with your check to:

Lupus Foundation of America, GA Chapter
1850 Lake Park Drive
Suite 101
Smyrna, GA 30080

Sponsorship and Foursomes:

Presenting Sponsor - $10,000
Platinum Sponsor - $7,500
Gold Sponsor - $5,000
Gold Sponsor - $5,000
Silver Sponsor - $2,500
Bronze Sponsor - $1,200
Hole and Tee Sponsor - $500
 

Sponsor Packages:

Contact Us for More Information:

Call 770-333-5930 or email info@lfaga.org

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The Georgia Chapter is the only statewide valuable resource providing thousands with educational information, referrals, resources, educational programs and support groups. We have passionate volunteer leadership, dedicated to expanding all we do for those living with lupus. Ninety percent of every dollar donated stays in Georgia to ensure the Chapter continues to provide the only valuable programs and resources reaching new patients and new communities. The Chapter also supports the national research efforts funding and advocating investment in lupus.