Golf For Kids - Sponsors

BECOME A SPONSOR, HELP SAVE A LIFE

Without Our Sponsors, This Event Would Not Be Possible

The Phillip Palmer Invitational benefiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has always attracted wonderful sponsors. ABC7, Rusnak Auto Group, Donate Life, Vons, Shell Oil and so many others have helped us in our continuing goal of giving children a better chance at a healthy life after an organ transplant. Our sponsors are seen online, on our printed materials, on the course during play and during our dinner program. But what’s must important, it is a cause that is worthy of your support and one that will make a difference for future generations.

SILVER SPONSOR

VONS

A big thank you to VONS. VONS has been an amazing sponsor! We are honored and proud to have VONS on board with us! Visit the official VONS website here.

SILVER SPONSOR

ONELEGACY

OneLegacy is the non-profit organ and tissue recovery organization serving the seven-county greater Los Angeles area, and is a trusted steward of the donation process. Together with hospitals, transplant centers and donation partners in our region, state, nation and worldwide, OneLegacy’s healthcare professionals sensitively inspire individuals, families and communities to save lives as organ and tissue donors.

With each day comes a chance for people to say yes to donation and help those on the other side of the bridge, one legacy at a time. Learn more at http://www.onelegacy.org/site/

ABC 7

ABC7 has been a part of my life since November of 1998 when I was lucky enough to be hired and made a part of this amazing family of good people. Since the beginning of our tournament, ABC7 has been a major sponsor and continues every year without question because of the amazing work done by Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Thanks to my employers, and my friends at ABC7 Los Angeles.

GOLD SPONSOR

DUNCAN TAYLOR

Thanks once again this year to Moji and Euan Shand and our great friends at Duncan Taylor. Thank you to the Shand family for their love and support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.