Cross International will host the 2nd Annual Palm Beach Golf Classic on Thursday, March 8, 2018, from at The Seagate Golf Club, 3600 Hamlet Dr, Delray Beach. Proceeds from this event will fund a Guatemalan medical outreach that can literally save the lives of starving children.
Over half the population of Guatemala lives in poverty, due in large part to a lack of employment opportunities and the rising cost of living. Many subsistence farmers living in the rural mountain villages of northeastern Guatemala are so destitute that they have almost nothing to feed their families. Their limited diet takes an especially brutal toll on babies and young children who aren’t getting the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. Isolated in their remote villages of makeshift, dirt-floor shacks, parents watch helplessly as their children cry out in pain from hunger. Since 2009, Cross International has been working with Esperanza de Vida (Hope of Life) to rescue these vulnerable children and alleviate their suffering.
In addition to providing an emergency nutrition program for severely malnourished children, Esperanza de Vida seeks to transform families and communities through a variety of other programs including free and low-cost medical care, community food distributions, clean water wells and the operation of a 500-student Christian school.
Together with Co-chairmen Mike Savidge and John Vivenzio, Cross International invites you to help save over 3,100 Guatemalan children from severe malnutrition and provide medical attention to children in need of care by participating in the 2nd Annual Palm Beach Golf Classic.
You can help us by attending the event, or by becoming an event sponsor! Sponsorship levels range from $2,500 – $10,000 and individual tickets are $250. Attendees will also enjoy a luncheon and silent auction during the Awards Ceremony following the Classic.
Join us, and together we will spread the hope of Jesus and provide these children with a brighter future!
For more information, contact Andrea Hansberry at 1-800-391-8545, ext. 266, or [email protected].