Longest Day of Golf
Each year, Los Angeles Jewish Health reaches out to the local community and asks that a few generous golfers participate in a day-long golfing event. This marvelous marathon on the green gives Los Angeles Jewish Health’s golf-loving supporters the chance to do what they love while raising money for Los Angeles Jewish Health.
Year after year, devoted golfers dedicate their day by participating in this extraordinary event. In the months leading up to the event, the marathon’s participants ask friends, family members, and acquaintances to pledge a dollar amount to donate to the Jewish Home in exchange for their promise to play in this sunup to sundown golfing marathon.
In order to honor philanthropist and long-time supporter of Los Angeles Jewish Health, Bill Belzberg, the Longest Day of Golf was renamed the Bill Belzberg Memorial Longest Day of Golf Benefiting Los Angeles Jewish Health on July 7, 2014.
This unique charity event rewards dedicated golfers with the chance to test their limits while raising a substantial amount of donations for Los Angeles Jewish Health and its residents. If you would like to learn more about the Bill Belzberg Memorial Longest Day of Golf Benefiting Los Angeles Jewish Health, please contact Denise Horowitz at 818.774.3324 or Denise.Horowitz@jha.org.