Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation hosts many of the community’s premier social events – bringing our community of generous supporters together in support of Scottsdale Healthcare’s programs, projects and services.
To learn more about these events and how you can become involved, please call Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation at 480-882-4517.
The Honor Ball
Praised for its sophistication and glamour, this annual gala of dining and dancing is among the community’s most significant social events. The Honor Ball salutes Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation’s supporters – individuals and groups – whose efforts are an extraordinary example of community leadership and philanthropy. Funds from The Honor Ball support Scottsdale Healthcare’s patient services and community programs.
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Scottsdale Healthcare Golf Classic
Teams of professional and amateur golfers gather to support Scottsdale Healthcare and play two days of golf at McCormick Ranch Golf Club. The first round scramble format on Friday is followed by a gala banquet, as well as live and silent auctions, in the evening. Saturday’s best two-ball round is followed by a festive awards party. Scottsdale Healthcare Golf Classic supports important community programs, such as the Neighborhood Outreach Access for Health (N.O.A.H.) mobile health clinic.
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Rob Moy Motorcycle Run
Roar in the desert...the Scottsdale Healthcare Annual Rob Moy Memorial Motorcycle Run is back and better than ever! Bring your motorcycle, your family and friends and join us for this fun and exciting event.
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Playing for T.I.M.E.
Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation's friends gather annually for this very special two-phase event. Playing for T.I.M.E. begins with a golf tournament and silent auction. A week later, the festivities continue with a bridge tournament and a second silent auction. Sponsored by a group of Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation volunteers, Playing for T.I.M.E. currently supports the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center.
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