AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Thank you for supporting the SOLD OUT 2022 Windy City Golf Classic! We are so grateful to everyone who was able to join us for an amazing day on the course.
Thank you for your incredible support!
For more information contact Kristin Gulliford at email@example.com or
Golfers are able to play their own ball at the recently renovated North Shore Country Club's golf course, one of the most prestigious country clubs in the Chicago area.
One caddie per twosome, or cart
Access to the driving range, chipping/sand area and putting green
Opportunity to bid on our silent auction and participate in our raffle
Cocktail reception with dinner program, including food stations on outdoor patio
2022 Mission Speaker
Meet Lukas and his family
In March of 2019, Lukas' family found pin-dot red marks on his neck and stomach. Doctors immediately did blood work and found out that he had acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Lukas was 21 months old when he was diagnosed. What was supposed to be a life of fun and exploring as a toddler turned into a fight for his life. He had to put his childhood on hold to engage into a war that he didn't ask to join! For the first six months, Lukas faced the hardest part of treatment – frontline treatment for leukemia. During those six months, he went to the clinic every week for IV chemo and visited the hospital regularly for spinal taps and surgeries.
The American Cancer Society is on a mission to free the world from cancer.
For more than 100 years, we have helped lead an evolution in the way the world prevents, detects, treats, and thinks about cancer. As the nations's preeminent cancer-fighting organization, we fund and conduct research, share expert information, support people with cancer, spread the word about prevention, and through our advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), advocate for public policy change.
We are committed to ensuring that ALL people have a fair and just opportunity to prevent, find, treat and survive cancer - regardless of income, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity ,disability status, or where they live. Thanks in large part to our decades of work, a cancer diagnosis does not come without hope, and the cancer journey is not one that is travel alone.