Joel Schlessinger MD donates sunscreen samples for the ALS golf tournamentPosted by in Community
Joel Schlessinger MD is spreading awareness about sun protection through his donation to the ALS group.
Summer is here which means that, as the weather warms up, more and more people are getting outside and playing golf, a seasonal summer favorite. For many golfers, the ALS in the Heartland Bob Hohn Memorial Golf Classic is the perfect opportunity to both support a local non-profit and enjoy a game of golf.
In support of this event, Joel Schlessinger MD has donated 250 samples of EltaMD sunscreen to participants who will be spending the day in the hot summer sun.
Joel Schlessinger MD is a proud supporter of ALS in the Heartland, a non-profit group.
ALS in the Heartland is dedicated to providing patients, families and caregivers affected by ALS with quality care and support. This organization provides education, information and services to patients in Nebraska and western Iowa. Not only do they provide support for those affected by ALS, they are also dedicated to spreading awareness and raising support for the fight against this disease.
To raise money for their programs, ALS in the Heartland is holding the Bob Hohn Memorial Golf Classic. This year, the tournament will be held on Friday, June 28 in Omaha. The proceeds from this event go toward providing services and care to ALS patients throughout Nebraska and Iowa.
For participants of the tournament, Joel Schlessinger MD has donated samples of advanced sunscreens.
Thanks to Joel Schlessinger MD, the golfers at the memorial tournament will have sunscreen samples available to help them protect themselves against the hot summer sun. These EltaMD sunscreens provide exceptional sun protection in a variety of formulas to meet anyone’s needs. Golfers can enjoy these samples while they spend the day raising money and awareness for ALS.
To learn more about ALS in the Heartland or to learn how to register for the tournament, visit their website.
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