JOIN US: May 22nd & 23rd, 2020
The 12th Annual We Maggie Weekend
This heartwarming event provides 2-days for all to enjoy, including our Golf Tournament and Butterfly Bash—complete with a silent & live auctions, golf ball drop, raffle, awards reception and activities for the kids. Proceeds benefit Children’s Heart Foundation and Maggie’s Garden.
Come play with us!
Energetic, social, happy, coy, cuddly – all these describe our precious Maggie. Maggie passed away in July 2008 due to complications during a procedure to correct a congenital heart defect. She blessed us with the most amazing 14 months of life, and instilled in us a passion to help other families with whom we share a common bond. We determined that we could keep the wonderful memories we have of Maggie alive while also giving back to the organization which helped us in our time of need.
Thus, our commitment to Children’s Heart Foundation began.
A portion of the proceeds from this golf tournament is dedicated to Maggie’s Garden, a program located at Children’s Heart Foundation in memory of Maggie.
This magical room is for children diagnosed with a heart defect who will get to choose a toy prior to having surgery. Your gifts assist in allowing these kids to forget, if even just for a moment, about the fears they constantly face.
CHILDREN’S HEART FOUNDATION
It’s important for all children to laugh and play, especially those born with lifelong medical conditions.
100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit Children’s Heart Foundation. Children’s Heart Foundation is committed to making a difference in the lives of heart families through emotional, educational and financial support to inspire a higher quality of life for all.
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BECOME A SPONSOR
The support provided by our loyal sponsors is crucial to accomplishing our mission to make a difference in the lives of children with congenital heart disease. Sponsorship of our event helps us keep our fundraising costs low and ensures that more money goes toward research and programs for kids and families living with the effects of CHD.