33rd Annual Children's Medical Fund Golf & Tennis ''Charity Classic'' Monday, June 16, 2008 at the Glen Oaks Club : Golf Outing Honors the Bernard L. Martin Award for Humanitarianism Honoree, Seth Kramer.

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One of the most popular outings on Long Island, the Charity Classic Golf & Tennis Tournament, will take place on Monday, June 16 at the Glen Oaks Club at 175 Post Road in Old Westbury, N.Y. Over 300 of Manhattan and Long Island’s most influential business leaders aim to raise over $1 million for the Children’s Medical Fund of New York at the tournament. The event will honor Seth Kramer, President, Cambridge Home Capital LLC, 2008 recipient of the Bernard L. Martin Memorial Award for Humanitarianism.

We are actively seeking donations for a raffle or live auction prize, which are the most important sources of donations to our event. To arrange a donation, please call the Fund at 516-352-3344.

"Support for this event is extremely important as we are undertaking the ambitious fundraising goal of building a new inpatient pavilion at Schneider Children's Hospital with a dedicated pediatric emergency department," said Corey Ribotsky, President of the Board of Trustees of the Children's Medical Fund. "We are actively seeking donations for a raffle or live auction prize, which are the most important sources of donations to our event. To arrange a donation, please call the Fund at 516-352-3344."

Registration and breakfast for the golf tournament begins at 8:30 a.m.; the tournament starts at 11:00 am. The participation cost is $1000 per person. The tennis tournament registration and breakfast starts at 9:00 am., followed by a "Meet the Pros" clinics and tournament start-up at 10:30 a.m. The participation cost is $500 per person.

Dinner is held afterward starting at 6:00 pm; non-playing guests are welcome to attend with a $300.00 donation. A reserved table of 10 is $3500. For additional information, contact Erica Dardon at the Children's Medical Fund at 516-352-3344 or email assist@cmfny.org. Registration can be made online by visiting http://www.cmfny.org.

About the Children's Medical Fund

Children's Medical Fund of New York is based in New Hyde Park and was established in 1966 by visionaries, who recognized the region needed a children's hospital. The non-profit organization advanced the cause for a hospital to be built, won the legislative authorization, and raised the funds necessary for the hospital to be built. Today the Children's Medical Fund continues to be the largest contributor to Schneider Children's Hospital, which opened in 1983, and now is part of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System – an 18-hospital system that is the nation's third largest.

Through its year-round efforts and events, the Children's Medical Fund Men's Division brings leaders, neighbors and individuals from the region together to create awareness of its mission and fundraise for hospital programs, technology and research. Its efforts also increase membership and strengthen the leadership of the Children's Medical Fund.

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