Hudson, Wis. – The Hudson Hospital Foundation’s 38th annual Al Hein Memorial Golf Tournament is set for Monday, June 10, at White Eagle Golf Club in Hudson. The Foundation aims to raise $60,000 at the event for grants to meet various community health needs.
According to Kari Rambo, Hudson Hospital Foundation president: “Since 2008, the golf tournament has raised more than $450,000 for community health needs in the Hudson area. Past contributions have benefitted the Hudson YMCA Rotary Teen Center; the Hudson Backpack Program, which provides weekend meals to elementary students; the PowerUp for Kids program, which works to make eating better and exercising fun for families; and the Make It OK program, which strives to reduce the stigma around mental illness. We are so grateful for the incredible support from the community for this important fundraiser.”
The tournament is named after the late Al Hein, a local philanthropist who launched the fundraising efforts for the hospital foundation and left a legacy of community gifts in the Hudson area. Hein was the first chair of the hospital foundation.
Cost for the event is $150 and includes lunch, golf, cart and a social hour with awards. Register at www.hudsonhospital.org or call the foundation office, 715- 531-6075.
About Hudson Hospital & Clinics
Hudson Hospital & Clinics is part of HealthPartners, the largest consumer-governed, non-profit health care organization in the nation with a mission to improve health and well-being in partnership with members, patients and the community. Hudson Hospital & Clinics serves western Wisconsin with emergency, birth, rehabilitation and imaging centers, specialty clinics, cancer care, heart care, orthopedics and a nationally acclaimed healing arts program. For more information, visit hudsonhospital.org.