Monday, September 17, 2018
Oak Ridge Country ClubLocation Details
11th annual MOFAS golf classic
for justice & equity
Join the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) for the 11th annual MOFAS golf classic for justice and equity. As we celebrate 20 years of MOFAS, we have reflected both on what we have accomplished as an organization as well as the work that is left to do. A major study in 2018 found that 1 in 20 children have a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) - that's more common than autism. Due to the prevalence of this disorder, there is an urgent need in our communities to recognize this disability and to develop strategies to support those living with an FASD.
At the core of everything that MOFAS does, we believe that everyone is worthy of inclusion and respect. We are turning our focus to working across the education, legal, and health systems to bridge research, policy, and practice to discover the appropriate services and supports.
Support our cause and join us:
- Buy tickets as a single player, register a foursome, or contact us and we can customize a multi-player package to fit your needs.
- Want to be a sponsor? We still have spots available.
- We welcome you to our dinner and silent auction.
- We are still accepting silent auction donations.
Thank you for your support!
prices includeTickets are available for individual golfers and foursomes. Golfer early bird rates are $125 per golfer and $500 per foursome, offer expires July 31, 2018. Rates after July 31, 2018 are $150 per golfer and $600 per foursome. Golfers are welcome to purchase a boxed lunch when they register to golf for $11. During the event, the club's restaurant will be closed. The club does not take credit cards but there is an ATM on-site. Golfer fees include:
- Greens fees and golf cart
- Access to driving range and range balls
- Access to locker rooms
- Dinner, program, and awards
Dan "The Common Man" Cole of KFAN radio is back this year and bringing the vibe up a notch. You won't want to miss out on his wit and humor on the course and at the reception.
"A self-proclaimed radio dinosaur who’s been honing his craft “from town to town, up and down the dial” for more than 30 years, Dan Cole - or the “Common Man” as his legion of local fans call him - has been delighting the listeners of KFAN for more than two decades. From national headlines to local politics to a shot-by-shot recounting of his golf round that morning - the Common Man has a something to say in regard to just about everything."
a fun day planned for you
- 10:30 am – noon
- Shotgun Scramble
- 6:00 pm
Dinner & Program
Golf Awards & Trophies
A major study in 2018 found that one in 20 children have an FASD—that’s more common than autism.
The MOFAS Golf Classic is a terrific opportunity sponsors like you to demonstrate support for a vital mission. We’ll have a large group of community and business leaders on the course, making it a great day to network with others who are all committed and passionate about our common cause. Proceeds raised at this event will help further our mission and help directly support Minnesota families.
Thank you for making a difference with families, caregivers, educators, health care providers, legislators, and future generations --right now, right here in Minnesota.
Presenting Sponsor – $10,000
Golf Sponsor – $6,000
Eagle Sponsor – $3,000
Birdie Sponsor – $1,500
Table Sponsor – $1,000
Hole in One
Par Sponsor – $500
Tee Sponsor – $400
there are multiple ways to donate…
Donate an Item
Donating items for our raffle and silent auction are excellent ways to support MOFAS. We need unique, high value items—golf related, sporting event tickets, gift certificates, and general items.
Your financial donation is greatly appreciated. Make an online donation today!
There are many ways to volunteer at the 11th annual MOFAS golf classic for justice and equity.
Volunteer Day of
- Answering questions
- Setting up breaking down
- Directing people
- Supporting a hole
- And many more…
For more information on golfing, sponsoring or volunteering at the event, contact Amy Johnston, email@example.com or 651-917-2370
2233 University Ave W, Suite 395 St. Paul, MN 55114