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When

September 25, 2021
12:30 PM

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Where

Bunker Hill Golf Course
3060 Pearl Rd,
Medina, OH 44256

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Activities

Putting Contents, Golf,
Clambake, Dinner, Music,
and Raffles!

PRESENTING SPONSOR

Event Schedule

Golfers

12:30 Registration - Lunch - Putting Contest

1:30 18 Holes & Cart - Skins

6:30 Clambake - Awards

Dinner-Only Guests

6:00 Event Center Opens - Beverages

6:30 Clambake - Music - Raffles

Event Fees

IF PAID BY SEPT.18

$90 / Golfer

$40 / Dinner Only

paying after SEPT.18

$100 / Golfer

$50 / Dinner Only

Reserve your slot!

register online

for checks

Payable to Bunker Hill make checks Golf Course and memo Community Service Alliance.
Mail to 3060 Pearl Rd., Medina OH 44256

contact

Chad Gibson
216 469 9241
[email protected]

PRESENTING SPONSOR


Become a Sponsor

sponsor event

or make checks

payable to Bunker Hill make checks Golf Course and memo Community Service Alliance and your sponsorship level.

Mail to 3060 Pearl Rd., Medina OH 44256
Advertising receipts available upon request.

Additional Sponsor Levels:

$750 Beverage Cart

8 1/2 x 11 Signage on the beverage cart thanking you for the beverages. Entitled to 2 dinner guests. Please email the names of 2 dinner guests and logo to [email protected]

$500 Golf Cart

8 1/2 x 5 1/2 signage on the golf carts. Sponsor suppleis miscellaneous merchandise (cozies, mouse pads, pens, business cards, or promotional items) usually with the sponsor’s logo on them. We have suggestions if you don’t have items. Call Chad Gibson 216-469-9241 for assistance on gifts and email logo to [email protected]

$300 Putting Contest Sponsor

Many mentions thanking the sponsor during the contest & signage on the green.

$100 Hole

Signage on the tee of a given hole with the sponsor’s name on it in text.

$35 Family

Personal donations with your name on a sign at dinner.

Help us reach our goal!

REGISTERED SO FAR 11
ATTENDEE goal 18 Groups

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Our Mission

The mission of Community Service Alliance is to be a catalyst for lasting relationships between people emerging out of homelessness and people willing to participate in their transformation.

We accomplish our mission by: providing affordable, short-term housing and support for independent housing; developing local employment opportunities and work experience for the men we serve; and providing training and development that fosters personal, behavioral and spiritual growth and enrichment.

Planning

The Concept

The mission was conceptualized and the organization named in 2004 by a small group of individuals with a passion for addressing the challenges faced by homeless and impoverished men in our community. A business plan was created, a site was secured, funding was made available for renovations, and Community Service Alliance was born. The mission of Community Service Alliance is to be a catalyst for lasting relationships between people emerging out of homelessness and people willing to participate in their transformation.

collage of different csa members
Implementation

Redevelopment of Procop House

Procop House, the first home in CSA’s portfolio was redeveloped and opened in July of 2005. The house was designed to house 22 residents and was at full capacity by the end of 2005.

collage of different images from redoing the procop house

Fulton House

The early success of CSA led the agency to open its second housing program, further enhancing the mission of the organization and reaching out to more individuals in need. Fulton House is a 13-room facility located on the campus of the Family Ministry Center, a program of Bay Presbyterian Church. The additional site, opened in August 2012, provides additional capacity to meet the growing need for short-term housing and work experience for veterans transitioning from homelessness to independence and self-sufficiency.

collage of different images from redoing the fulton house

Sandy’s House

Less than a year after the opening of Fulton House, the organization began to notice a number of residents who were staying with CSA for a longer period of time than the average stay of 10-11 months. While our goal is to encourage, support and be a part of a transition to permanent, independent housing, some men, for a variety of reasons, are not fully prepared to make that transition as quickly. Sandy’s house, named in honor of the contributions Sandra Sullivan made to CSA, one of the founders of CSA, was created to assist men with longer-term transition.

men impacted by sandy house of community service alliance

Bill’s House

Completed in May of 2019, Bill’s House was named in honor of William Dillingham – a founding Board member of CSA, its current Board President, and a U.S. Army Veteran – this new home will provide housing, job assistance and personal, behavioral and spiritual support to eight homeless Veterans.

front view of bills house after redoing it

2,000 Men Mark

As of November, 2019 more than 2,000 men have benefited from coming through the Community Service Alliance

collage of portraits of volunteers
Maintenance

Sustainability

With a small, but mighty team, our homes are cared for on a regular basis. As residents graduate from our program, passionate supporters like you help with fresh paint, new beds, and other items as we prepare the room for new residents

dedication of sandy house
man being interviewed about csa

Stories

Every one of our residents has a story worth sharing. Find out how access to sober-living facilities and personal development programs are changing lives.

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Join the cause

There are many ways you can support our mission of assisting those in need. Find out all the different opportunities you have to get involved.

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