Support the John Dolan Golf Challenge and help Advance Human Ability™.
The John Dolan Golf Challenge provides new perspective on the athlete in all of us and shines a spotlight on ABILITY at every level. Be a part of this unique event in its 20th and final year to help raise funds for the #1 rehabilitation hospital in the country – the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC). Funds from the event directly support "Caring for Kids," RIC's dynamic, interactive program that provides adaptive sports, recreation, and social activities for children living with disabilities.
The John Dolan Golf Challenge will host a 19th Hole Celebration on Monday, June 16th, 2014 at The Racquet Club of Chicago. For more information please contact Susan Barclay at (312) 238-8023 or email@example.com.
Details for this event are forthcoming.
John Dolan Golf Challenge 2013 Sponsors
We would like to thank our generous sponsors for their support of the 2013 John Dolan Golf Challenge and RIC’s Caring for Kids program.
$10,000 HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSORS
$6,000 EAGLE SPONSORS
- Globe Corporation/Merit Homes
- Great Lakes Plumbing and Heating Company
- In Memory of Chris Pratt
- Joel Press and Gayle Rosenthal
- Siemens Industry, Incorporated
- Southern Illinois Healthcare
- Thorne Associates, Inc.
$3,000 BIRDIE SPONSORS
- Anne and Hank Bernbaum
- The Gorter Family Foundation
- RML Health Providers
- Roger McEniry
Caring for Kids
Caring for Kids
Caring for Kids, part of RIC’s Wirtz Sports Program, offers adaptive sports, recreation, and social activities for children living with disabilities. The varied programs designed for children ages 7 to 17 promote physical fitness, independence, socialization, activity and adaptive programming resources, and foster a positive quality of life for its participants. Caring for Kids provides more than 200 opportunities annually and, thanks to fundraising events like the John Dolan Golf Challenge, these activities are offered at no or a very low cost. For further details on RIC’s Caring for Kids program, please go to www.RIC.org/caringforkids