Saturday, June 5, 2021 • 12 Noon (Shotgun Start)
Heritage Bluffs Golf Club - 24355 West Bluff Road, Channahon, IL 60410
In 2000, Carolyn Czerkies passed away from complications brought on by multiple myeloma. In 2008, her sons Craig, David and Scott, decided to organize a golf outing as a tribute to their mom -- to benefit the efforts of the International Myeloma Foundation.
Last year, they added honoring the memory of their father, Edward Czerkies, who passed away in November 2018 at the age of 81, from prostate cancer. Over the past 12 years, with generous donations from all participants, sponsors, and volunteers, the golf outing has raised over $335,000!
Money raised at the 13th Annual Czerkies Memorial Golf Outing will go to support the Will County Children's Advocacy Center that provides hope, healing and justice for abused children.
For more information or questions regarding registering as a golfer, volunteer, or for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Craig Czerkies at firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 721-0557.
Follow the Czerkies Memorial Golf Outing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/13thAnnualCarolynCzerkiesMemorialGolfOuting/
- How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please contact Craig Czerkies at email@example.com or (630) 721-0557 or call 415-476-6400.
- Can I pay by check? Yes, please make checks payable to the WILL COUNTY CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER and send to the following address: Will County Children's Advocacy Center, c/o Czerkies Golf Outing, 304 N. Scott Street, Joliet, IL 60432. (Please notate in the Memo Line: CZERKIES GOLF)
- Is my contribution tax-deductible? Yes, a tax-deductible receipt will be emailed upon submitting your online registration.
- What is the Will County Children's Advocacy Center's tax ID number? EIN 36-4289490
Help us continue to provide hope, healing & justice for abused children.
Last year, the Will County Children's Advocacy Center served more than 700 Will County children (and their non-offending family members) who were sexually abused, severely physically abused, or who had witnessed a violent crime.
Children who have been victimized, and receive services are less likely to: abuse drugs or alcohol, grow up to become victims of domestic violence, become involved in some sort of criminal activity, suffer from depression, anxiety disorders, or post-traumatic stress disorder, and/or develop suicidal ideation and self-harm.
Your financial gift can make a profound difference in changing a child’s life.