St. Patrick’s Day Golf Raises Money for Maricopa Health Foundation

Tournament benefits Mariposa: Wings to Safety family violence advocacy center.

Maricopa Health Foundation’s St. Patrick’s Day Golf Tournament raised more than $50,000 for The Mariposa: Wings to Safety Program. The event was held at Camelback Golf Club on March 17.

The Mariposa: Wings to Safety program is the only hospital-based family violence advocacy center in the region that is raising awareness for the general public about the prevention of domestic violence, including child abuse and neglect. This program reaches individuals and families receiving medical care at any Maricopa Integrated Health System facility.

PHOTOS COURTESY MARICOPA HEALTH FOUNDATION

Nancy Kaminski, Maricopa Integrated Health System vice president of revenue cycle, and Dr. John HItt, chief medical officer

Jeff and Kate Fassett, director of development, Maricopa Health Foundation

DPR’s Gretchen Kinsella; MIHS President and CEO Steve Purves; Jim Guthrie, Guthrie General; and Mike Ford of DPR

Susan Doria, senior vice president of strategic planning, Maricopa Integrated Health System, and Nate Lowrie, president, Maricopa Health Foundation

 

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