October 01 | 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Join us for the 5th annual National Capital Region Security Forum Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Center for Brain Injury Recovery. The event will be held Monday, October 1st at the Mount Vernon Country Club in Alexandria, VA. This event will raise money to support Traumatic Brain Injury research and care for children and adolescents by improving the lives of those affected. You can help us make an immediate positive impact on individuals.
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP…
- Sponsor the Event-We have everything from $100 sponsorship opportunities up to $10,000! Each level comes with its own set of benefits. You can learn more about our sponsor levels here.
- Register to Golf-Get three of your friends together or register individually. Either way you play, you are guaranteed to have a fun-filled day!
- RSVP for Dinner and Reception-Not a golfer? You can still support the event by joining us for dinner and the awards reception.
Can't Attend the Event? Please consider making a gift to support Traumatic Brain Injury programs at Kennedy Krieger here.
NCRSF was created to bring security professionals throughout the DC Metro area and those associated with the industry, together monthly to share leads, ideas and to network. We have grown to more than 1,000 members throughout the US representing several fortune 100 firms as well as many small to medium size businesses. Besides our Monthly Networking Events, we also hold Quarterly Breakfast meetings where guest speakers from the Public Sector come to discuss upcoming trends in their Agency. Our focus has and always will be to help make the world a safer place thru collaboration and integrating ideas to enable companies to offer both public and private customers leading edge security services and products.
Kennedy Krieger Institute is a non-profit and world-renowned hospital, school, and clinical program dedicated to the care of children with disorders and injuries of the brain and spinal cord. Over the past 80 years, Kennedy Krieger Institute has earned international recognition as a premier treatment center for children with disabilities, from the rarest of genetic disorders to the most common learning problems. In one year, Kennedy Krieger Institute treats more than 24,000 patients and provides more than 100,000 visits.
The mission of the Center for Brain Injury Recovery at Kennedy Krieger is to conduct and promote cutting-edge clinical research designed to drive best practices in clinical care to help children and adolescents with brain injury to achieve their potential. The Center for Brain Injury Recovery will conduct cutting edge research, with a primary focus on addressing the challenges of living with traumatic brain injury and concussions.