Ticket sales have closed for 2023. We are thankful for our golfers who will enjoy the day golfing at the beautiful course located in Washington, Michigan, The Orchards Golf Club. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. We will head to our golf carts at 8:10 a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Light breakfast provided with a luncheon following the event. All proceeds will benefit the Church of Christ Care Community. Early bird ticket pricing ended 8/28/23. The last day to order tickets was 9/6/23.
Mulligans available in advance or at registration no later than 8:10am. To purchase mulligans, follow the "Order Tickets" prompt by clicking HERE
To avoid online service charges for the Church of Christ Care Community, you are welcome to pay via check PAYABLE TO “CHURCH OF CHRIST CARE CENTER”. Credit card forms can be filled out for payment as well. Player informational flyer is HERE. Email Patti Jenema for questions or call her at 586-285-7125
Arrive at the main gate to find parking a little before 11:00. Be prompt in getting to the CONTINENTAL dining area as we want to begin lunch at 11:15 sharp. Following lunch, you will proceed to the Mansion house by shuttle. The afternoon visit should be complete by 2:30 p.m.
Our community was built, and continues to grow, through the generous giving of others who share our commitment to service. That shared sense of responsibility to the greater good helps us create a strong, stable, safe community for this generation and the next. Financial gifts come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You’ll also see that there are many ways to share your gifts of time and talent with Church of Christ Care Community.
Donors are able to make significant planned gifts that benefit our benevolent care ministry. We work with donors to create gifts via wills, named endowments, charitable trusts and charitable gift annuities. A brief description of these planned gifts is provided below:
By naming Church of Christ Care Community as a beneficiary of your will, it not only costs nothing to you but can also significantly reduce the real estate tax for your heirs. Our staff will be happy to work with you and your advisors to create the proper language to leave a meaningful bequest to ensure that our benevolent care work continues.
The funds are established for the purpose of providing support for people, programs and facilities in perpetuity. The principle of an endowment gift is invested and a portion of the annual interest earned is used to support the purpose selected by the donor.
Whether a principal residence, vacation home, farm, commercial building, subdivision lot, or land, you may gift the property or a fractional interest in the property to Church of Christ Care Community. Doing this will allow you to claim a charitable tax deduction for the full fair market value of the real estate while avoiding capital gains taxes on appreciation. All real estate gifts require prior approval by Church of Christ Care Community Executive Management.
Quick and simple, you may use your credit card to make a gift online or donate over the phone, by mail, or wire transfer.
Gifts of appreciated shares of marketable securities are valuable for allowing Church of Christ Care Community to continue its mission while serving as a significant tax advantage for you.
Make a large gift with very little cost. By making Church of Christ Care Community the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, you receive immediate and future income tax deductions for the total premiums paid or the fair market value of the policy.
If you are at least six months over 70, directly transfer up to $100,000 per year tax free from your IRA account to Church of Christ Care Community.
For more information, contact please contact Doug Edwards, Executive Vice President-Philanthropy, at 586-285-7128 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Your generous donations impact the lives of our residents!
We look to the Golden Rule to lead us to respect the dignity of our residents, their families and our employees.
We care with our hands as our job, but caring with our hearts is our life.
We hold ourselves to a high standard and earn the trust of those we encounter through ethical relationships.
We strive for excellence through training, commitment and hard work.
We use all of our resources; mental, financial, physical and emotional to give quality care in an affirming, loving environment.
We look for better ways to serve seniors in our community.
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