Event Sponsorship Opportunities

World class healthcare relies heavily on private funding. Your support of the Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation is invaluable. Every contribution has the potential to make a difference in someone’s life.

By sponsoring and participating in the Foundation’s varied and well-attended events, you along with other business and community leaders can help transform our vision of innovative healthcare into a reality.

 
 

Loven Family Run sponsorship

The Loven Family Run benefits EntireCare Rehab & Sports Medicine and  Valley View Care, services of Northern Arizona Healthcare . The 6th annual run is open to all ages and fitness levels. Participants can choose a 2K run/walk; a 5K run/walk or a 10K run with a “good old-fashioned” breakfast afterward at the Blazin’ M Ranch.


Copper Ball Sponsorship

The Copper Ball is a premier fundraising event in Sedona benefitting the Northern Arizona Healthcare area of greatest need. In its 16th year, the annual event hosts approximately 250 guests, including physicians, healthcare professionals, hospital administrators, business leaders, corporate clients and community members. This year’s beneficiary is Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona focusing on complementary treatment and healing. Amazing restaurants will be featured in a tasting-style event where attendees are be able to mingle, dine, and enjoy live entertainment.


Chicks with Sticks Women's Golf Tournament

Proceeds from 9th annual Chicks with Sticks Ladies Golf Tournament support breast cancer early detection and education though the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare. Located in Sedona and Flagstaff, the CCNAH are devoted to the comprehensive treatment and early diagnosis of cancer through advanced technology and individualized care.


holes for healthcare golf tournament

The Holes for Healthcare Golf Tournament supports community health programs in the region through the Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation. Each year the beneficiary of this event rotates based on priorities of the Regional Health Equity Needs Assessment and Northern Arizona Healthcare.