There are many events held throughout the year in support of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Whether you are looking for a family friendly event or an adult’s night out, it’s a great way to show your support to local businesses & organizations that support the programs and services we provide. Find an event and mark your calendar!
Remembering Robby – we will not rest until there is a cure.
Join us for the 4th Annual Robby Brisco Open to continue Robby’s fight against childhood cancer. Please join our team from vie for the kids in continuing Robby’s fight against childhood cancer.
Robby lost his 3 1/2 year battle with cancer in September 2015. Since then, other children from our area have lost their battles. Robby’s wish was that we continue his fight, the fight. It is children like Robby that motivate us and our family of volunteers to do what we can to stop something which should never happen.
You can give children hope by participating in our world-class day of golf – 180 golfers, on-course food and entertainment, music, dinner, auctions, raffles, and prizes – and lots of fun! If you don’t golf, you can join us at the dinner reception.
- Cancer is the number one cause of death by disease among children.
- 1 in every 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer.
- 43 children per day are expected to be diagnosed with cancer.
- Only 4% of federal government cancer research funding goes to study pediatric cancer.
Register Today SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES
LEGO Systems Inc., as a significant employer in the state of Connecticut, is pleased to once again host a charity golf tournament to benefit Connecticut Children’s and continue giving back to the Connecticut community. LEGO Systems is partnering with the Travelers Championship, Connecticut’s PGA TOUR event, to deliver a first class experience for all participants. The Travelers Championship functions as a substantial fundraising mechanism in the region, and is delighted to continue a partnership with LEGO Systems Inc. to generate funds and goodwill for Connecticut Children’s and Hartford’s Camp Courant.
Proceeds in support of Connecticut Children’s will fund the purchase of a Tecotherm Neo for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). This total body cooling and warming system helps maintain normothermia in pediatric patients for short or long-term treatments. The innovative, servo-controlled design continuously monitors an infant’s temperature, making precise adjustments to the cooling fluid every 2 seconds to ensure the infant’s temperature remains stable.
TPC River Highlands offers a winning combination: an award-winning championship golf course that also plays host annually to the PGA TOUR’s Travelers Championship, Connecticut’s premier professional sporting event.
GOLF TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
11:00 am – Registration, Lunch Served & Practice Facility Open
12:30 pm – Shotgun Start, On-Course Refreshments Available
5:30 pm – Reception, Awards Ceremony, Door Prizes & More