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Jim Arrow Memorial Golf Tournament

Jim Arrow Memorial Golf Tournament
Join us for a day of golfing and a night of celebration as we honor the life of Jim Arrow. This charity golf tournament will benefit the National Pancreas Foundation whose mission is to provide hope for those suffering from pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer through funding cutting edge research, advocating for new and better therapies, and providing support and education for patients, caregivers, and health care professionals.

Event Details:

Saturday, June 18, 2022
Check-in at 12pm
Shotgun Start at 1pm

The Bucks Club
2600 York Road, Jamison, PA 18929

Reception Following:
Bigheads Richboro Pub
1034 Second Street Pike
Richboro PA 18954

Please note that the sponsor deadline for inclusion in marketing materials is June 6th. For questions about this event please reach out to Trish O'Neill at trish@pancreasfoundation.org.
DONATE
$5,000 fee

Masters Sponsor

• Two Foursomes • Premium Golf Towels • Opportunity to provide promotional material in goodie bags • Sponsor Tee Sign • Prominent recognition on all course signage • 12 Reception Tickets

PURCHASE
$2,500 fee

Classic Sponsor

• Two Foursomes • Premium Golf Towels • Opportunity to provide promotional material in goodie bags • Sponsor Tee Sign • Special recognition on all course signage • 8 Reception Tickets

PURCHASE
$1,000 fee

Invitational Sponsor

• One Foursome • Premium Golf Towels • Opportunity to provide promotional material in goodie bags • Sponsor Tee Sign • 6 Reception Tickets

PURCHASE
$600 fee

Foursome

• 4 Golfers • 4 Premium Golf Towels • 4 Reception Tickets

PURCHASE
$150 fee

Contributor

• Sponsor Tee Sign • 2 Reception Tickets

PURCHASE
$50 fee

Memorial Dinner Reception

Bigheads RIchboro Pub 1034 Second Street Pike Richboro PA 18954 • Open bar, appetizers, BBQ food truck & desserts • DJ & silent auction • Prizes, raffle & 50/50

PURCHASE

Location / Venue

National Pancreas Foundation
In Support of National Pancreas Foundation
The National Pancreas Foundation provides hope for those suffering from pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer through funding cutting edge research, advocating for new and better therapies, and providing support and education for patients, caregivers, and health care professionals.


Jim was a healthy hardworking man who developed lethal pancreatitis less than 24 hours after having back surgery. This was a rare complication from invasive surgery. After Whipple surgery, Jim’s life was extended for an extra 2 years to spend with his family and grandchildren. This in itself was a journey requiring feeding tubes, drains, and not feeling well most days. (To read Jim's story, told by his daughter Michele, please CLICK HERE)

The Golf Tournament proceeds will benefit the National Pancreas Foundation to bring more awareness to those suffering from pancreatitis and general awareness in the patient and medical communities. NPF is the only organization in the United States that brings awareness to not only pancreatic cancer but all diseases of the pancreas - like Jim's pancreatitis.