Dana Bacardi, VP of Development
BOULDER, Colo. — June 8, 2015 — Today, There with Care and Colorado Coach Auto Body announce that the 2015 Annual Charity Golf Tournament, Care Cup Challenge, will be held on June 9th at the Omni Interlocken Golf Club and Resort in Broomﬁeld, Colorado. This annual event, hosted by UBS Financial Services and Stonehaus Construction, will beneﬁt There With Care, a non-‐proﬁt that directly supports children and families living with critical illness in the Boulder-‐Denver area.
Since 2005, There With Care has helped nearly 2,000 families who received treatment at 15 medical facilities around the state of Colorado. By working with hospitals and social workers to identify the main stresses on each family during a medical crisis, There With Care works within the community to ease the burden of life’s day-‐to-‐day obligations.
“There With Care is honored to be partnering with Colorado Coach Auto Body as the ﬁrst ever Title Sponsor of this special event and are grateful to UBS and StoneHaus Construction for helping to grow this tournament year after year,” said Dana Bacardi of There With Care. “We are currently serving more than 100 families, and our partnerships and the generosity of companies within the community help make it possible for us to support families in crisis.”
There are two ways to participate in this event – Play and Donate:
- Play a round of golf on June Included in the entry fee is a round of golf at the beautiful Omni Interlocken Golf Club, breakfast, lunch, prizes and unlimited beer by Upslope Brewing Company. Practice and warm up at 7:30 a.m.; shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.; Entry fee is $200 per person or
$700 per foursome. (50% of the fee is tax-‐deductible)
- Make a donation, which is fully tax deductible at ThereWithCare.org Register for this event at www.therewithcare.org/golftournament
“More important than just ‘Giving Back,’ is giving back to an organization that is so passionate and deliberate at helping families in serious need, suﬀering through serious family trauma. There with Care is so dedicated to helping families with children suﬀering from terminal illness, it is our pleasure and has been become our passion to advocate for them. Loaded with Volunteers, there with care helps families so many ways. As a cancer survivor, I have personal knowledge of chemo therapy and know how diﬃcult of a time that can be. Children should never have to suﬀer or endure such treatments. Ninety ﬁve percent of what There with care receives, goes directly to family support. How great is that? Colorado Coach is humbled and honored to be aligned with such a great group,” said Mark Quiroz, owner of Colorado Coach Auto Body.