Annual Golf Tournament
As we continue taking necessary precautions as an agency to ensure the health and safety of our residents, participants, staff, supporters and community partners, we recognize the tremendous impact the COVID-19 emergency has had on the vulnerable populations we serve throughout the state. As we continue our commitment to ensure our youth and families have access to necessary critical services while implementing procedures to ensure everyone’s health and safety is maintained, we are postponing our annual golf tournament.
We are tentatively planning on rescheduling the tournament for Friday, June 5th, however please stay tuned for updates as group gathering status continues to change throughout the state. If you have questions of any kind including the status of your registration or sponsorship, please contact Fred Finch Development Manager Karina Helgeson at email@example.com
Fred Finch Youth & Family Services
6th Annual SD Charity Golf Tournament
Friday, April 17th 2020
The 2020 Fred Finch 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament will take place on Friday, April 17th 2020 at the beautiful Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Course and promises to be a fun-filled day for a great cause. Featuring a full day of golf and hospitality, this event will support Fred Finch and all the important work they do to positively impact the young people of San Diego.
Support our work by becoming a corporate sponsor, registering to play, or donating a raffle/auction item!
Schedule of Events
Fred Finch 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Friday, April 17, 2020
Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Course
17550 Bernardo Oaks Drive, San Diego, CA 92128
Register at www.fredfinch.org/events
11:00am – Registration Begins
Putting Greens and Driving Range Open
1:00pm – Tournament Begins (Shotgun Start)
6:00pm – Reception/Dinner Begins
Contact Karina Helgeson at KarinaHelgeson@FredFinch.org or 619.792.9185
Tournament Proceeds Support Fred Finch Youth & Family Services, a non-profit organization founded in 1891 as an orphanage on the belief that no person, regardless of circumstance, should be neglected or forgotten. We remain committed to these ideals and provide mental health services, early gang intervention, education, hope, and healing to kids and families struggling with the devastating effects of trauma, abuse, violence, and multi-generational poverty.