Giving on the Green Golf Tournament
High Hopes Development Center in Franklin presents its 12th annual Giving on the Green Golf Tournament on May 11, 2015 at Brentwood Country Club.
Giving on the Green is one of three major fundraisers held each year benefiting the 501(c)3 non-profit inclusive preschool and clinic. This year’s event begins with a noon shotgun start and includes 18 holes of golf, box lunch by Chick-fil-A, and buffet dinner catered by Brentwood Country Club. Event chairs expect this year’s event to not only provide golfers a fun and relaxing day of golf but to also raise money for the quality programs High Hopes offers to children. “A visit to High Hopes will inspire any golfer to join us for this great day of golf. The programs and services that the preschool and clinic offer are life-changing for these children and this is certainly an enjoyable way for golfers to make a contribution,” said Jim Gray, former High Hopes board chair and avid golfer. Foursomes play in honor of a current or former High Hopes child. With team names like “Team Abbott” and “Team Hunt”, who wouldn’t enjoy a round of golf while supporting great kids?
High Hopes Development Center offers a specialized and focused approached to serving children utilizing two programs: The Preschool at High Hopes and The Therapy Clinic at High Hopes. The Preschool provides early childhood education and childcare in an inclusive environment that equips children with the confidence to explore and try new things. The Therapy Clinic provides exceptional Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Feeding Therapy for children from birth to age 21.
About High Hopes, Inc.
High Hopes Development Center offers a specialized approach to serving children with special needs and chronic diseases. We accomplish this unique service through our pediatric therapy clinic and inclusive preschool. High Hopes is the only preschool in Williamson County with an on-site pediatric therapy clinic. In addition, High Hopes is the only child care provider in Williamson County equipped to serve children with a plethora of special needs so that parents can work, and at the same time, ensure their child is receiving the quality therapeutic care, educational enrichment, and emotional support needed. High Hopes’ approach to early intervention is a proactive philosophy of serving children at a younger age, to increase growth potential and reduce the future need for reactive services. High Hopes’ mission is to equip children and youth with the skills necessary to achieve success through education, rehabilitation, and loving support.