Breaking Limits Within Golf Tournament - Sponsors

A fundraising campaign for Rocky Strong, Inc.

It's amazing what we can accomplish when we are in it together.

Join us for the 7th annual Breaking Limits Within Golf Tournament to benefit Rocky Strong, Inc.

Monday, October 14, 2019

McCann Memorial Golf Course
155 Wilbur Blvd | Poughkeepsie, NY 

Tee Box/Hole Sign Sponsor $130
Have your Business/Organization displayed on a tee box during the entire outing.

Closest to the Pin Sponsor $250
Have your Business/Organization displayed on the tee box of all 4 ‘closest to the pin’ holes and recognition at the Awards Dinner.

Beverage Cart Sponsor $400
Have your Business/Organization displayed on the beverage cart, driving around the golf course and supplying free drinks to all golfers, plus recognition at the Awards Dinner.

Prize Sponsor $600
Have your Business/Organization displayed at registration throughout the golf course as well as recognition at the Awards Dinner.

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About the Organization


Rocky Strong, Inc is formed for the purpose of providing financial assistance to caregivers and their seriously ill family member currently in treatment and demonstrating financial need in Dutchess County NY and the surrounding area. This objective is achieved through fundraisers, general donations, and other annual events.

*Please note: Our services, at this point in time, will focus on families with a child or children in the household 18 years old and under. ​If you feel you may qualify, please download our intake form and family service agreement.

Christine “Rocky” Ault was a lifelong Hyde Park resident who passed away in August 2014 after a seven year battle with colon cancer. She battled courageously with dignity and grace. Christine showed us how to live passionately and love deeply and we want to honor her life accordingly.

The unexpected diagnosis of a serious illness changes everything. Suddenly, everyday concerns give way to the hustle and bustle of doctor appointments and treatments. Groceries, utilities and gasoline expenses take a back seat to...

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