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15th TrePadges Golf Tournament
Monday, October 9th, at 12:30 PM
The Dominion Club

Event


  • The TrePadges Golf Tournament

    The 15th TrePadges Invitational Golf Tournament will be held at The Dominion Club on Monday, October 9, 2017, at 12:30pm. Lunch will be provided, and Glory Days Grill will be catering a dinner banquet following the tournament. The proceeds from this year's tournament will benefit the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation.

    Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation

    The Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation is a beacon of hope for those who are affected by teenage mental illness. From free mental health programs for teens, to peer support curriculum in local schools, to nationwide 5k races that raise awareness for teenage depression and anxiety, CKG Foundation helps those who are fighting the good fight to SpeakUp and get help.

Sponsor



Titanium Sponsor

$3,000

A customized banner will be displayed at the turn; this sponsorship includes two free players

Platinum Sponsor

$1,500

A customized banner will be displayed at the registration table

Lunch Sponsor

$1,000

A customized label will be applied to each box lunch

Beverage Sponsor

$750

A customized sign will be displayed on a beverage cart

Contest Sponsor

$500

A customized sign will be displayed on one of our contest holes

Driving Range Sponsor

$500

A customized sign with be displayed on the driving range

Putting Green Sponsor

$500

A customized sign will be displayed on the putting green

Hole Sponsor

$300

A customized sign will be displayed on a tee box

Friends of TrePadges

Any Amount

About

Making a Difference in the Heart of Virginia

Purpose

TrePadges is a charitable foundation dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children at risk in the heart of Virginia.

Mission

Our foundation focuses on raising money and awareness for those charities in Central Virginia that help children in need.

Method

Each year we select a local charity that aims to help children in need and raise money for it through our golf tournament.

History

TrePadges was founded by three Richmonders who have been friends since elementary school. They wanted to see if they could get their friends and neighbors together for a golf tournament to raise money for a good cause. The result was $8,000 for the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation in October 2001. They decided to expand the group and set out on a mission. Since 2001, TrePadges has raised over $300,000 to help children fighting cancer, abuse, poverty, and various other challenges on a daily basis.

  • 2001

    ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation

    ASK makes life better for children with cancer by providing assistance, support and kindness when kids and their families need it most. ​From the moment of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond, ASK is there to help.

  • 2002

    Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services

    The mission of Jackson-Feild is to provide high quality evidence-based psychiatric, residential, educational and recovery treatment services for children who suffer from severe emotional trauma, mental illness and/or addiction.

  • 2002

    JDRF - Richmond Chapter

    JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Their mission is to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.

  • 2003

    The Coal Pit Learning Center

    The Coal Pit Learning Center is dedicated to building a nurturing and engaging learning environment for students from low-income families.

  • 2004

    Noah's Children

    Noah's Children is a pediatric hospice and palliative care program in Central Virginia that provides for the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and practical needs of our patients and their families.

  • 2005

    Child Life at Children's Hospital of Richmond

    Child Life eases the emotional stress of a serious medical condition and provide the smiles and support to help children and their families cope. Child Life specialists ease their young patients' adjustment to unfamiliar hospital surroundings through playful activities and celebrations that make everyone more relaxed and comfortable.

  • 2006

    Challenge Discovery Projects

    The Challenge Discover Projects Say It With Heart Program addresses the serious issue of bullying, violence and other anti-social behaviors in Richmond City schools and communities. It encourages healthy relationships with positive, open lines of communication between students, parents and teachers.

  • 2007

    The Make-A-Wish Foundation - Greater Virginia

    The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

  • 2008

    Connor's Heroes

    Connor's Heroes gives support and companionship to children in cancer treatment and their families. They are there for the ups and downs of cancer treatment because no child or family should face childhood cancer alone.

  • 2009

    Art 180

    Art 180 gives young people ages 8-18 living in challenging circumstances the chance to express themselves through art, and to share their stories with others. ART 180 offers outlets in creative expression for young people and communities that face poverty, the threat of violent crime, substance abuse and other challenges.

  • 2010

    Bounce

    Bounce works with young people in middle school, their teachers and parents to inspire personal growth and build leadership capacity through self-discovery, a creative approach to learning and community development.

  • 2011

    Full Circle Grief Center

    Full Circle provides comprehensive, professional grief support for children, families, adults and communities. The Center provides hands on healing for grieving children and their families through counseling services, remembrance programs and educational support.

  • 2012

    Friends Association for Children, Virginia Autism Project, and River City Buddy Ball

    The mission of Friends is to help children and families in the metropolitan Richmond area achieve their potential and become productive citizens. Virginia Autism Project focuses on educating, advising and collaborating with federal, state and local decision makers and the general public on issues that impact individuals with autism and their communities, while raising awareness throughout Virginia. River City Buddy Ball is an all-volunteer program designed for intellectually or physically-challenged youth and allows these special needs children the experience of playing different sports alongside their “Buddies” from the community.

  • 2013

    Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School

    Through a program focused on the whole child, Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School helps empower students and graduates to change the trajectory of their lives, setting their sights on success in high school, college and serving their communities.

  • 2014

    Children's Home Society of Virginia

    Children’s Home Society of Virginia is committed to its mission of finding permanent adoptive homes for children of all ages throughout the commonwealth and to provide critical support services to birth families, adoptive families and past and present adoptees.

Board of Directors


Logan Bragg

Triumph Services


David Clingenpeel

Nitta Corporation of America


Lila Goodman

Scot Goodman

Capital One


Dawn Graham


Kelly Lewis

Lewis Leadership Group

Carol Smith

Connexions Loyalty


Christine Willaims

DurretteCrump PLC


Jason Williams

Triumph Services

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