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Technical Needs Aiming to Raise $50k for the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
Salem-based staffing agency hosting 8th annual charitable golf tournament
SALEM, N.H. – New England staffing firm, Technical Needs, will be hosting its 8th annual charitable golf tournament to benefit the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation on Monday, August 18, 2014 at the Atkinson Country Club in Atkinson, N.H.
The event features an 18-hole tournament followed by brunch, prizes, raffles, a silent auction and an on-site social media contest. Brothers, and co-owners of Technical Needs, Stephen Gudek, Jr. and Kenneth Gudek, are looking to reach a new landmark by raising $50,000 for the OI Foundation with this year’s event.
“Year after year, it’s an honor to support such a wonderful cause with this tournament,” said Kenneth Gudek. “We have a lot of fun activities and contests planned; it’s going to be a great day to support a great cause.”
The OI Foundation is an all-volunteer organization that helps people cope with the everyday struggles of Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a genetic disorder more commonly known as brittle-bone disease.
The event’s major sponsors include Bank of New England, Cleveland, Waters and Bass P.A., Hutter Construction, Mason Financial Group, MSI Mechanical Systems, Park Place Realty. Additional prize donors include the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Tuscan Kitchen Restaurants, and many others.
To donate, become a sponsor, or golf in the tournament visit: bitly/OIFGolf2014 To donate an auction item, contact Cassie Gudek, email@example.com
About Technical Needs:
Technical Needs is New Hampshire’s first staffing firm. Since 1976, our company has grown from one small office to four branches that service clients throughout New England. Learn more at: https://www.techneeds.com
About the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
The OI Foundation is the only voluntary national health organization dedicated to helping people cope with the problems associated with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. The Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life for people affected by OI through research to find treatments and a cure, education, awareness, and mutual support. Learn more at www.oif.org
Cassie Gudek – Marketing Director