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The Maag Toy Foundation 24th Annual Golf Outing is wonderful way to help the little ones in need. So by join us to play golf or just come for dinner. Bring a toy…your investment will pay off in camaraderie, networking, and laughter. You'll also be making a difference in the life of a child and that's worth celebrating like an anniversary.
Please Note the Dinner will be located at the Oak Brook Bath and Tennis Club at: 800 Oak Brook Road Oak brook ,IL 60523
All registration must be done online, Credit card fees may apply
If you are unsure of your foursome team please put TBD
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Maag Toy Foundation and The Ryan House
About Ryan House:
With our world-class care and programs, we embrace all children and their families as they navigate life-limiting or end-of-life journeys through palliative and respite care that addresses the emotional, spiritual, and social needs of the family, continuity of care from diagnosis to end-of-life, expert care provided by our prestigious care partners and highly-trained staff and a loving community that offers ongoing support and compassion. Ryan House is the only facility of its kind in the state and only one of two in the country. For more information visit ryanhouse.org. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and join us on Facebook.
About The Maag Toy Foundation:
The Foundation was started by Michaelle, Zack and Al Maag in 1991. To bring smiles to children who are in need. The first fund raising program was a golf and tennis event at the Oak Brook, IL complex that was attended by 60 people and raised approximately $1,500. The program has grown due to the consistent support of family, friends, softball teammates, co-workers from Avnet and Molex and of course many sponsors who attend events each year in Scottsdale (since 1999) and still in the western suburbs of Chicago. Today the foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization, that supports children and teens around the world with toys and memories from their two event efforts each year.