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Download the 2017 Golf Outing Brochure
2017 Brochure.pdf
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Beaman Home’s
25th Annual Golf Outing


We are looking for a few special Companies, or individuals, who would like to be special sponsors



Major Sponsors $3,000
In return the sponsor receives:
     Naming Rights
     Signage at tournament
     Media and Facebook Coverage
     Recognition in printed program, and Facebook promotions
     Distribution of promotional material on tournament day
     Space for 2 teams to participate in tournament


Caddie Sponsors $2,000
In return the sponsor receives:
     Signage at tournament
     Ability to display or distribute promotional materials
     Recognition on printed program and Facebook
     Space for 1 team to participate in tournament


Greens Contest Sponsors $1,500
In return the sponsor receives:
     Signage at tournament
     Recognition on printed program and Facebook
     Space for 1 team to participate in tournament


Hole Sponsors $100
In return the sponsor receives:
     Signage at specified hole
     Recognition on printed program and Facebook

Pictured in the photo are DJ Schuman, Wildman Business Group; Tracie Hodson, Executive Director of the Beaman Home; and Adam Augustine, Wildman Business Group.

Wildman Business Group Donates Baby Items


Many times a domestic violence victim retreats to the Beaman Home to escape their abuser with only the thought of removing their children from a life-threatening situation.  There is no time to plan or bring along the necessities to survive.  Babies and young children especially need diapers, special beds, and necessary equipment for safety and development.  Recently, Wildman Business Group employees generously donated several cases of diapers and other necessary items for the young children who are served by the Beaman Home.  

Altrusa International District Six Donates to Beaman Home

At Altrusa International's District Six Annual Conference April 7-9 held at Swan Lake Resort near Plymouth, the district service project this year benefitted the Beaman Home.  Donations were made in products and cash.  Beaman Home Executive Director, Tracie Hodson spoke to the group and thanked the district's members from Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.  She was very passionate in her message about the important role of the Altrusa Club of Warsaw to the Beaman Home and domestic violence advocacy, and reminded members how much their work in their communities benefits these types of organizations.   

Nearly 1,300 items were donated and another $570 in cash was divided between Beaman, Gabriel's Horn Shelter (Portage County) and Housing Opportunities for Dayspring Counseling Center in Valparaiso.  The Merrillville, Warsaw and Huntington Clubs co-hosted the Conference this year and chose the recipients.

Tear-Off Flyer

Help us reach victims of domestic violence by dysplaying this flyer.  Please display at any public locations that flyer can be placed.  


Click at the link below to download a printable copy.

Domestic Violence Flyer
Tear Off Flyer.pdf
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Are you, or someone you know, suffering in an abusive relationship? 

You are not alone! 

1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men are victims of domestic violence. 

Call Beaman Home's 24/7 Crisis Hotline for Help.

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