The Baltimore Bar Foundation Golf Outing

This annual outing is the Foundation’s major fundraiser. While we look forward to a very enjoyable event, our primary goal is to raise money so that the Foundation can continue to support law related projects and organizations that have a significant relationship to the Baltimore metropolitan community. Prior recipients include the Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc., Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc., Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, the Maryland Disability Law Center, Senior Le-gal Services, Law Links, Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland and St. Ambrose Housing. The Foundation continues to support the Young Lawyers’ Division’s Holiday Party for Homeless Children so that children in homeless shelters could share in the brightness of the season. These are just a few of the many worthwhile projects the Foundation is able to support through generous contributions it receives from members of the Bar and the business community.

BALTIMORE BAR FOUNDATION SPONSORSHIP LEVELS AND ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES:


Hole in One Sponsor $1000 - (EXCLUSIVE to one sponsor)

  • Table at the Tee
  • Opportunity to distribute collateral and giveaways
  • Sign on Tee
  • 1/2 page ad (8.5" x 5.5") in Outing program
  • Recognition in the City Bar Report (a supplement to the Daily Record) and in the Bar Association of Baltimore City's news journal
  • Invitation to lunch and dinner for two (2) people
     

Golf Cart Sponsor $1000 - (EXCLUSIVE to one sponsor: 60 carts/120 players)

  • Logo with company name placed in each golf cart
  • Opportunity to distribute collateral in each golf cart
  • Opportunity to place giveaways in each golf cart
  • Invitation to lunch and dinner for one (1) person


Longest Drive Sponsor $700

  • Table at the Tee
  • Opportunity to distribute collateral and giveaways
  • Opportunity to place signage on table 
  • Invitation to lunch and dinner for one (1) person
  • Will provide two (2) $100 gift cards to (1) male and (1) female winners of the contest