28th Annual Fostering Hope Golf Classic
Monday, May 17 at a private club in La Jolla
Chaired by Rolf Benirschke, Dave Bialis, Bill Sailer, Katie Sullivan, and Dale Yahnke, the 28th Annual Fostering Hope Golf Classic benefiting Voices for Children will take place on Monday, May 17, at a private club in La Jolla.
Show your support for thousands of children in San Diego County foster care by joining us for Voices for Children's 2021 Fostering Hope Golf Classic on Monday, May 17. Hosted at a beautiful private club in La Jolla, golfers will tee off for an 18-hole tournament featuring creative opportunities to learn about and support the children we serve, followed by an awards ceremony. Our team will work closely with club staff to ensure a wonderful day on the course while prioritizing your health and safety.
Become A Sponsor
Provide additional support to youth in San Diego County foster care by becoming a sponsor of this year's event. Your investment into the event will ensure that children in need will be paired with caring Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers. In addition to supporting at-risk children in San Diego County, your sponsorship offers high level visibility to prominent members of San Diego's business and philanthropic communities, recognition during the event, golf tournament registration, and more.
Important Dates and Deadlines:
Foursomes are available through sponsorship until April 1
Deadline for pre-event collateral inclusion is February 26
Deadline for day-of-event collateral inclusion is April 16
Secure your sponsorship today by emailing Philanthropy and Special Events Coordinator Samantha Daum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858-598-2261.
A legacy of supporting foster youth
In 1993, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer Jack Harrison organized the Fostering Hope golf tournament to marry his two passions: making an impact in the lives of children in San Diego's foster care system and golfing with his friends. As a CASA, Jack worked with eight children in the dependency court system. Although his cases were often the most difficult, he took on each one with compassion and enthusiasm. Jack began serving on VFC's Board of Directors in 1993 and was slated to be Chair in 1996, the year he passed away.