1st Annual Schaefer Autobody Centers Charity Golf Tournament & Silent Auction
Why we chose St. Louis Children’s Hospital
In 2015 our son, David Schaefer, had been born with a couple of rare and severe medical birth defects, which required him to live in the NICU in St. Louis Children’s Hospital. The odds were against him from day one; however his fighting spirit along with the incredible care he received allowed us to spend six months with our son. David unfortunately lost his battle with the illnesses in early 2016 but he continues to live on in our hearts and memories.
During our time at St. Louis Children’s Hospital we met many other families whose lives had been affect by the illness of their child. We know from our experience how challenging it can be for any family to deal with a sick child that is receiving medical care. We saw the generous things that people and businesses in the community did for Children’s Hospital and are forever grateful for how they helped both the children receiving care and the families supporting them. Going through this experience was the most difficult time of our lives. However, we are blessed to be in a position to give back to those who helped David and other children like him. This is why we’ve chosen St. Louis Children’s Hospital to be the recipient of our annual charitable fundraiser. With your participation and donations, together we can help to improve the lives of these children and their families.
– Scott & Sarah Schaefer
Giving back to the communities that support us has been apart of our culture at Schaefer Autobody Centers since opening in 1985. This year we are raising the bar by hosting our first annual charity golf tournament to benefit St. Louis Children’s Hospital. We know that many families have experienced the challenges of raising a child with severe illness or medical issues and how valuable it can be to have such a great resource in our hometown.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital is one of the premier children’s hospitals in the United States. Charitable donations cover the costs of programs, services and treatments proven to improve patient outcomes, but are not eligible for reimbursement by insurance companies. It allows Children’s Hospital to make decisions not according to what makes fiscal sense, but according to what is in keeping with their mission to do what’s right for kids.
The golf tournament will be on September 24th at Green Briar Country Club where a silent auction with memorabilia and a raffle that contains donated gift cards, goods, and/or services will take place. Your participation and donations will help us to raise money for the treatment of children and support for the families whose lives have been affected by a life changing illness or injury. We thank you for your time and consideration and look forward to seeing you there.
Title Sponsor: Two foursomes, logo placed on all tournament signage.
Food & Beverage Sponsor: One foursome, logo placed on lunch and dinner buffets.
Golf Cart Sponsor: Logo placed on every golf cart.
Cigar Sponsor: Logo placed at cigar table.
Driving Range/Putting Green Sponsor: Logo placed on putting green and driving range.
Beverage Cart Sponsor (2): Logo on beverage cart & sponsor will distribute beverage on cart.
Value Sponsor: One foursome and Hole sponsorship.
Hole Sponsorship: Logo placed at a hole(Allowed to sit at hole and market during tournament).
Monday, September 24th, 2018
10am registration, shotgun start 11am
Greenbriar Hills Country Club, 12665 Big Bend Rd., Kirkwood, MO 63122
Golf: Includes lunch, drinks on course, cart fees, green fees, and dinner.
Here is how the hospital will allocate their money:
St. Louis Children’s Hospital is one of the premier children’s hospitals in the United States. As the pediatric teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine, the hospital offers nationally recognized programs for physician training and research.
Pediatric care is complex. It requires state-of-the-art medical equipment and supplies to accommodate the tiniest premature babies to teens on the verge of adulthood. It requires care teams with specialized expertise. It requires child-friendly facilities and special services to meet the unique psychological and emotional needs of children and provide support for their families. And it requires pediatric research to advance the care for tomorrow’s children.
Philanthropy covers the cost of programs, services and treatments proven to improve patient outcomes, but are not eligible for reimbursement by insurance companies. It allows us to make decisions not according to what makes fiscal sense, but according to what is in keeping with our mission to do what’s right for kids.
Please print and return the form to Schaefer Autobody Centers, 300 Biltmore Drive Suite 345, Fenton, MO 63026 or Email: Golf@schaeferautobody.com or continue to the pay online.
Payment for donation and/or sponsorship: please make checks payable to Schaefer Autobody Centers or pay online by clicking the button below.