It’s Tee Time for Spectrum Health System’s 18th Annual Golf Tournament

Published On: September 6th, 2019Categories: News, Spectrum Corrections

We’re eagerly preparing for Spectrum’s 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament – our largest fundraiser of the year! On Monday, September 30th, Spectrum will take over the links at the Worcester Country Club in Worcester, MA to raise money in support of our mission to improve the lives of individuals impacted by addiction.

As a non-profit, we rely on funding to provide life-changing services to our clients. Last year, golfers and sponsors such as TD Bank, One Digital, NexDine, Wells Fargo and many others helped us raise more than $80,000. Sponsorship opportunities are still available for our 2019 tournament. From Tee Boxes to Breakfast Sponsors, there are a range of opportunities to show your support for Spectrum’s mission and the fight against addiction.

Take a look at some pictures from last year’s event on Facebook and below, and don’t forget to register today!

For more information on Spectrum Health Systems, visit www.SpectrumHealthSystems.org or call 1-877-MyRehab.

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