Montauk Hook and Slice Foundation
Saturday, October 8, 2016 at 8:00 AM – Sunday, October 9, 2016 at 9:00 PM (EDT)
*Golf & Dinner - $250.00 – BBQ dinner, entry fee, and round of Golf at Montauk Downs (greens fees, golf cart, $8 lunch included) – Tee times to follow once confirmed- Ticket for dinner and Golf, includes greens fee
* Saturday Evening, October 8th
Pre-Fishing Tournament Meeting - 7:00pm -9:00pm Swallow East
*Please register online prior to event
We make it easy for everyone to participate, even if you can not attend. Choose your pleasure, catch up on the rules, become a donor, or a sponsor, and help our injured service men and women in the process.
What would you like to do? Fish? Golf? Just attend the dinner? No matter, just joining in the fun for this worthy cause is what we’d like you to do. If you just can’t make it but still want to help out donations are greatly appreciated! You can access all of these options by clicking on the link below:Sign Up Here
Please note that ticket purchases are applied to dinner and event costs. They not tax deductible.
While we want everyone to have fun and enjoy themselves, there are a few rules we have to follow to keep it fair, too. Download a copy of them.Rules
Would you like to become a sponsor of this event? Let us know and we’ll sign you up.Sponsorship
Saturday, October 8th and Sunday, October 9th 2016, the Montauk Hook and Slice Foundation will be hosting the Montauk “Hook & Slice” fund raising fishing and golf tournament for charity. The event will be held at the Montauk Lake Club located in Montauk, NY.
The Montauk Hook and Slice foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, tax ID # 46-3676818 that provides a way for people to give back to those who have sacrificed so much for our country. Our goal is to host an annual fund raising fishing and golf tournament that is attended by as many injured veterans and their families as possible. Some of the proceeds from the event will be used to show these veterans and their families a great time whether fishing, golfing, or just spending some time in beautiful Montauk, NY. Additional funds raised will be distributed to other military charities. This year’s event will benefit The Mission Continues and Paws of War. Thank you to all of you who participated in making our past events so successful!
Paws of War trains and places rescued dogs to serve and provide independence to our United States military veterans who suffer the emotional effects of war. They work to provide independence to these military veterans. Most of their rescued dogs have been abandoned at shelters through no fault of their own. Every dog is trained for a specific veteran to fulfill his or her needs. Some veterans affected by PTSD need a sense of protection and security that only a service dog can provide. Service dogs can be trained to retrieve items for a wheelchair bound veteran, or help with balance for a veteran suffering from TBI (traumatic brain injury). Other veterans require an emotional support dog and others simply want a comfort/companion animal. Animals have been a proven method of supplying emotional support and service to people of all walks of life and are indeed some of the best holistic remedies for wellness. All dogs are evaluated prior to training and specifically matched up with a veteran. The veteran is involved in the training process. All training and initial veterinary costs are absorbed by Paws of War. Paws of War’s motto: Helping both ends of the leash! And that is what we do! For more information on Paws of War, please visit their website: www.pawsofwar.org
The Mission Continues (TMC) awards community service fellowships to post‐9/11 veterans, empowering them to transform their own lives by serving others and directly impacting their communities. Mission Continues Fellows serve for six months at a local nonprofit organization addressing key educational, environmental or social issues. Each Fellow works to achieve a post fellowship goal of full time employment and/or pursuit of higher education, while maintaining a permanent role of public service. For more information on The Mission Continues, please visit their website: www.missioncontinues.org.