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They Were There For Us
Now They Need Us
To Be There For Them
Hometown Heroes Alliance is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
HOMETOWN HEROES ALLIANCE
Wedgefield Golf & Country Club
Saturday April 22nd, 2023 | Check in - 7:00am | Tee Off - 8:00am
Call to Register: 407-568-2116
Gold, Silver and Bronze Sponsorships available!
Hole/prize sponsorships available
Teams will be foursomes with 100 golfers max.
Entry fee is $100 per golfer, lunch included.
1st -$500 team prize
2nd - $250 team prize
3rd - $100 team prize
Games at many holes (bring cash)!
Great raffle items after golf!
Many first responders physically disabled from on-the-job incidents, or those directly impacted by disasters from which they protect the public, also become financially disadvantaged due to their circumstances. Hometown Heroes Alliance raises funds and awareness for these heroes and provides financial, physical and emotional support to as many in need as possible. Producing events such as benefit concerts allows the organization to allocate significant funds directly to those in need. The primary fund raising efforts of the organization include:
Promoting the heroism and needs of first responders injured and disabled in the line of duty in order to generate tax-deductible donations and contributions;
Managing and promoting special events with all proceeds retained by Hometown Heroes Alliance;
Producing brand-funded television and digital media programming with a goal of generating media inventory, awareness and ultimately resources.
The immediate needs of first responders, including those in Hurricane-stricken areas of Florida and Texas, as well as other less-publicized incidents that caused significant injury to thousands of dedicated public servants, require our gifts and compassion. Some of the men and women who worked tirelessly to support entire states impacted by recent weather events lost their homes, or returned to houses with significant damage, only after helping others. Others have been injured and disabled while fighting fires, tending to accident victims, responding to criminal activities and other heroic activities. As long as there are heroes making service to communities a priority, there will be a need to help.