2024 Abben Golf Classic

posted on Friday, June 21, 2024 in Foundation

One of the largest fundraisers the Spencer Regional Healthcare Foundation holds each year on behalf of the Abben Cancer Center is quickly approaching! The Abben Golf Classic will be held on Sunday, August 25th at Emerald Hills Golf Course in Arnolds Park.

“We had amazing support last year raising over $64,000 to help benefit our Abben Cancer Center patients and families. All proceeds from this golf classic go towards assisting patients with various needs such as transportation, meal assistance, head coverings, wig care kits, cook books, medical equipment and more.” commented Sara Taylor, Foundation Executive Director. “We look forward to having another year filled with wonderful community members who help make a difference for so many!”

Over the years we have been fortunate to have great support from citizens, organizations, and businesses within our community and surrounding areas. This event is a day filled with fun, fellowship, food, auction items, and of course, golf- all in support of a worthy cause!

Join us for a meaningful day as we tee off to support our Abben Cancer Center!

Save the Date

When: Sunday, August 25th

Where: Emerald Hills Golf Course, Arnolds Park

What: 4-Person Best Ball to benefit Abben Cancer Center patients and families

Other Ways to Participate: Can’t make the event, but still want to support a great cause? Here are details for a fun option:

  • Online Auction: Our online auction will open up on Sunday, August 11th at 8 AM and will close on Sunday, August 25th at 6 PM. This auction will feature tons of great items donated by local businesses. The link to the online auction will be available here as we get closer to the event date.

If you are interested in golfing in or contributing towards the Abben Golf Classic charity event, please contact the Spencer Regional Healthcare Foundation Executive Director, Sara Taylor, by calling (712) 264-6226 or by emailing Sara at sara.taylor@spencerhospital.org for more details as spots are filling up!