Lincoln Guild Invitational

2013 Lincoln Guild Invitational Supporters Raise $200,000 for Desert Mission

A group of more than 280 golfers at the Wildfire Golf Club on Sept. 20, 2013, raised $200,000 for Desert Mission's community programs to help children and families in need.

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Net proceeds from this year's event increased more than 17 percent compared to 2012. Desert Mission served more than 40,000 people last year ensuring fewer kids went to bed hungry, more families had access to quality medical care and teens in crisis could receive the counseling they need to get back on track.

"This important work would not be possible without the generous support of our golfers and sponsors," said Marcia Mintz, CEO of the John C. Lincoln Health Foundation. "We extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who made this day a success so we can continue to help the community."

Special appreciation goes to our Eagle Sponsors: Ventas and Ensemble Real Estate Solutions and W.D. Manor Mechanical Contractors.

Thanks also to our Birdie Sponsors: Affiliated Hospitalists, Arizona Center for Cancer Care, Delta Dental of Arizona, Independent Hospitalists/Alliance Medical Clinic, John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital Medical Staff, John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital Medical Staff, Juniper/NetApp/Trace3, Lincoln Emergency Physicians, North Phoenix Outpatient Infusion Center, Republic Services, Wastequip and Wells Fargo.

See the complete list of Lincoln Guild Invitational sponsors

Proceeds Benefit Desert Mission

Proceeds of the Linicoln Guild Invitational benefit Desert Mission's many community service programs, which include Desert Mission Food Bank, Community Health Center, Children's Dental Clinic, Lincoln Learning Center, Marley House Behavioral Health Clinic and Neighborhood Renewal. From emergency food provisions to immunizations and basic dental care, Desert Mission helps children and families access the resources they need to be healthy and successful.

Since its inception, the Lincoln Guild Invitational has raised more than $2.5 million in support of Desert Mission community programs.