Mesa, AZ – GO*VETS Foundation, a qualified tax exempt 501 c3 charitable organization has partnered
with Caritas Fundraising to raise money for veterans and their family members through an exhilarating
hole-in-one golf tournament.
Adrenaline 18 – 18 Shots of Adrenaline is an outrageously fun golf event that allows the participants to
win incredible prizes if they are lucky (or skilled) enough to make a hole in one. The primary goal of the
tournament is to raise funds and awareness in support of the Foundation’s mission: create jobs, provide
scholarships, and assist veterans in starting a business of their own.
The cool thing about the Adrenaline 18 event is that every hole is a par three that carries the possibility
of getting a hole-in-one. This is literally a chance to win a new car, a new boat, an exotic vacation, or
$10,000 in cash. There is even a chance for the top seven players who land their ball closest to the pin;
plus three randomly drawn players to participate in the 19th Hole Shoot Out for a $1 million. It truly is
Through a partnership with National Hole in One Insurance, an insurance policy is in place to pay for
any prizes that may be won, so all players need not worry about the charity not raising funds. The
insurance policy covers all prizes at 100%.
“We are very excited about the partnership with Caritas Fundraising, because they share our passion in
raising funds to assist our veterans community,” states GO*VETS Founder and Chairman Brian
Hazelgren. “Caritas has taken a very complex system of fundraising and has simplified the process to
allow people to reach out to their centers of influence and ask them to support their efforts in a
tournament to benefit veterans. It is a great partnership!”
Caritas Fundraising has a unique, uncluttered, and highly targeted program that reaches many donors
to benefit GO*VETS Foundation in a cost efficient, simplified and profitable manner.
“To date we have five events underway, and 25 total events planned for the next two years.” as
indicated by Don Schappert, CEO of Caritas. “We also believe that with additional partner groups we
currently are working on, that number could increase substantially over the course of 2017 and into