Thursday, December 3, 2015
8am Shotgun Start
Ocotillo Golf Resort
This fun and lively charity tournament will once again feature past hole favorites including tequila and specialty beer tastings as well as unique on the course contests for fun prizes. This is a great opportunity to spend the day doing something you enjoy and supporting a great cause.
This year with wonderful sponsors and community support, the funds raised will allow us to provide many programs, including Camp HONOR. At Camp HONOR children with bleeding disorders along with their siblings can spend a week participating in typical childhood activities without the constant worry of their condition.
Your participation also makes financial assistance available for children, adults and families who otherwise could not afford critical items such as insurance premiums, gaps in coverage, medical bills and basic living necessities. Without that support, children may not get the treatment and support they need which can lead to greater risk of complications and permanent, debilitating injury.
Give a Gift, Receive a Tax Credit
Help provide assistance and programs to the bleeding disorder community through a Charitable Tax Credit!
The Arizona Hemophilia Association qualifies for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, which means you can give to the AHA at NO cost to you!
Donors to the Arizona Hemophilia Association can receive dollar-for-dollar tax credit for their contributions.
-Up to $200 for an individual
-Up to $400 for a couple
Through this credit, you can lower your tax dollars AND help our kids and families! If you already give to a school, no worries, you can still give to the AHA and receive a Charitable Tax Credit donation.
Truly a win-win for you and for us!
Mark Your Calendars
Arizona Hemophilia Association Charity Golf Tournament
December 3, 2015
December 5, 2015
Holiday Party, Phoenix
December 12, 2015
Holiday Party, Tucson
December 13, 2015
For more information about any of our upcoming programs, call us at (602) 955-3947!
*Participation is reserved for members of the Arizona bleeding disorder community and their immediate family members.