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2014 Christmas in October Golf Tournament

This year Santa Tim will host The “Christmas in October Golf Tournament” on October 11, 2014 at the Windsor Golf Course. There will be dinner and an auction following at Charlie's at the Windsor Golf Course. This event is sure to be a fun opportunity to give while golfing, dining and networking. All proceeds will directly benefit at risk women, children and families this holiday season.

Santa Tim relies heavily on support from individuals and businesses in the community to make this valuable giving a reality. Your help as an attendee of the tournament and/or dinner, sponsor or donor, would go a long way to supporting those in need in our community.

If you, your friends, family or foursome can attend either the tournament or dinner, please sign up below with your tax deductible registration. 

Thank you to all of our sponsors who make this event possible!

 

About Santa Tim 

"Our mission is to provide clothing, food, and gifts to children and their families in low income and poverty stricken situations."

Santa Tim is a non-profit charity founded by Tim Oxford serving families in need during the holiday with gifts, food and other support. The program has been a blessing to many in Sonoma County for over 23 years, giving out over 1,500 gifts last year alone. Santa Tim frequently teams with the Living Room, California Children Services, Sonoma County Maternal Child, as well as other local charities and non-profit agencies.

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The Santa Tim program has been providing services in the Windsor and Sonoma County area for the past 23 years. The Santa Tim program works closely with the Living Room, California Children Services, Sonoma County Maternal Child, as well as local churches and other non-profit agencies. During the holiday season and throughout the year, Santa Tim provides support to children and their families that have limited resources and are typically below the poverty level. This past Christmas season, the Santa Tim program reached out to over 1,300 people in need, providing much needed sleeping bags, backpacks, rain gear, clothing, toys, non-perishable food items and food gift cards.

Making a difference, one child at a time.