WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester recently hosted its 12th-annual Golf Invitational at Westchester Hills Golf Club in White Plains.
Dozens of business leaders and individuals visited the club to raise money for HPCW. Funds raised help HPCW strive to provide extraordinary and dignified comfort, care and compassion to individuals and families facing a serious or life-limiting illness.
The event featured brunch/lunch, 18 holes of golf, a cocktail reception, awards, dinner and a silent auction and raffles. Prizes included dinners and lunches at Westchester’s finest restaurants, overnight stays at elegant hotels, theater tickets and more.
“This year’s Invitational was a testament to our community’s commitment to Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester and the work we do,” said Mary K. Spengler,executive director of HPCW. “The generosity of our sponsors, friends, families and neighbors allows us to provide extraordinary care to the residents who need it most.”
Golf Invitational co-chairs included Larry Dix, William F. Flooks, Jr., Jack Geoghegan, Bill McLaughlin, Tim Murphy, James P. O’Toole, Jim Steets and John Zanzarella. Hildegarde D. Becher Foundation, Inc. served as the grand sponsor, with Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office, Beecher Flooks Funeral Home, Inc., Entergy and Zanzarella Marketing also sponsoring the event. Arroway Chevrolet-Cadillac of Mount Kisco was the hole-in-one sponsor.
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