Save the date: Children’s Emergency Resources Golf Tourney at Palm City’s Evergreen Club, April 6

Since 1979, Children’s Emergency Resources, Inc. (CER), has been providing medical exams and assessments, prescription medications, dental services, optical exams and glasses, special requests and crisis intervention to needy children and youth in Martin County.

In order to maintain funding, Children’s Emergency Resources must raise additional monies each year with fundraising events and year-round donations. The annual golf tournament is the largest fundraiser for CER, and will be held on April 6 at The  Evergreen Club course, a 6,900 yard, par 72 venue, playable and enjoyable to golfers of all ability levels. Evergreen is located at 4225  SW Bimini Circle South, Palm City.

The tournament will begin at 7:30 with registration and a continental breakfast menu. The $125 per player donation includes golf and cart, goodie bag, on-course beverages, an extensive gourmet luncheon, silent auction, awards, prizes and raffles. Donations are tax-deductible.

According to CER Chairman of the Board, Dale Hoffa, through the networking initiative with every health assistant in every school in Martin County, Children’s Emergency Resources keeps up to date on community needs. The agency, funded in part by United Way, has been on the forefront of interagency collaborations to offset, defray and supplant expenses when needed and to assist other agencies in need of support.

Children’s Emergency Resources (CER) is a Martin County non-profit 501 (c) 3: donations remain in Martin County to help local children in need.

Hoffa added, “CER has been around for over 30 years. There is almost no overhead. There are no offices. All members are volunteers. Almost every dollar goes to children in need of medication, glasses, hearing aids, dental work, wheelchairs, nebulizers, lice treatment, counseling, rehabilitation, and many other health-related services.”

To support CER’s golf tournament or make a donation to help Martin County children, visit or call Nedra Velasco at 220-3301 or Dale Hoffa at 220-8865.

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