FRIDAY AUGUST 11TH, 1PM Shotgun start @ Glenview Golf Course Registration starts at Noon and dinner to follow. Tee off to help those grieving the loss of a loved one! Winning Team, will get a $500 Dinner Gift Card. Great Dual Golf and Gala Sponsorship Opportunities at: www.companionsonajourney.org
Register at www.golfinvite.com/COJ Golf Registration starts at Noon and dinner to follow
PRIZES FOR: Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Longest Putt. Gift Baskets, Silent Auction,
$20 Mulligan/player, $20 String/player, $20 Lob a Grenade/player:
Total Advantage Package (Pay at Course!) $100.00: (4) Mulligans per team: 1 Mulligan per player; (1) 12″ String per team; (1) “Lob A Grenade” Per Team
INDIVIDUAL GOLFER: $100
HOLE SPONSORSHIP $250.00
GALA & GOLF (call 513.324.0513)
BECOME A PRESENTING SPONSOR $5000
Come on out and celebrate with COJ, from 5-8pm at Rhineqeist, Portions of proceeds will be donated back to COJ.
Since April 2016, Rhinegeist, along with Cincinnati Public Radio, has committed to providing an opportunity to local nonprofits for fundraising in the taproom. Charitable Suds takes place every Wednesday at the Rhinegeist taproom.
Rhinegeist views their community programs and philanthropic efforts as a chance to give back and reciprocate the love they feel each and every day.
Their charitable and voluntary efforts have an emphasis on improving the equality of opportunity for those less fortunate, increasing access to quality childhood education, improving addiction & mental health services, emergency relief, and a wide variety of other subjects. email@example.com.
A great time and turn-out was witnessed August 26th at the Municipal Brew Works (20 High Street, Hamilton) for the ceremonial tapping of the “Woltermelon Blonde Ale”. Bre Wolterman and her mother-in-law Debbie were gracious host to hundreds of people celebrating Patrick’s life at Municpal Brew Works love the beer and COJ company.
You may recall that in December 2015, Hamilton Firefighter, Patrick Wolterman tragically lost his life while fighting a fire. In working with the HFD and the Wolterman family, MBW created “Woltermelon Blonde Ale” (a watermelon infused blo nde ale) as a tribute to Patrick’s life and memory. We agreed that a portion of proceeds through the sale of Woltermelon Blonde would be donated in Patrick’s name to a charity of the Wolterman’s choosing.
The Wolterman family have asked that Companions on a Journey be this years beneficiary.
We want thank the Municipal Brew Works (MBW) along with Jim Goodman CEO / Co-Founder Municipal Brew Works for their efforts and support.
Come join us in celebrating 20 years of service to our community at the Savannah Center in West Chester, Ohio.
Most importantly, we want to give praise to God and the “All Stars of our Lives”, memorializing those who are not able to be with us here, and applauding those who help propel us forward in the wake of a loss.
We will be presenting our “Hope, Strength and Healing” Award to those individuals and organizations that have supported us for those many years.
Finally, we want to raise awareness for those who most need our support, grieving teens and children. On Thursday, November 16th is Children’s Grief Awareness Day. Your support that evening greatly contributes to our ability to affect the lives of grieving teens and children in our local schools. Let’s make this a shining night to remember!
All Donations are Tax Deductible per IRS Code of Regulation.
Sponsorship can be mailed to: 8857 Cincinnati Dayton Rd. St 002, West Chester, OH 45069
If you have questions, please call 513-324-0513 or 513-870-9108
Companions on a Journey would like to thank all those who participated in the
11th Annual Shamrock Shuffle held Saturday March 18, 2017
The event was a bit chilly, but we had a lot of COJ’ers and many others visit our booth.
May the Luck of the Irish be with You!
COJ celebrated 19 years of successful growth and bestowed an inspirational vision for our future. COJ raised awareness for those who most need our support, grieving teens and children. On Thursday, November 17th is Children’s Grief Awareness Day.
This year, the COJ organization is assisting 31 schools by working with 450 students each month; following the students through their graduation. In the year prior, COJ assisted over 4,000 bereaved children, teens and adults throughout the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area without state or federal funding. COJ does not charge for its service.
Thanks to all who joined us on October 15 for our one-day retreat: Hope, Strength and Healing through Grief : A Day for Grieving Persons.
Celebrating 19 years of successful growth, COJ will hold its “All Star Gala” November 12th, at the Cincinnati Regency Hotel. Doors will open at 6:00 PM for Cocktails, Dinner, Live Auction, Dancing and Music by: The Remains. Black tie option. Emcee — FOX 19 personality Frank Marzullo
Most important, COJ wants to give praise to the “All Stars of our Lives”, memorializing those who are not able to be with us here, and applauding those who help propel us forward in the wake of a loss. COJ wants to raise awareness for those who most need our support, grieving teens and children.
COJ’s laudatory programs continue to create the necessary balance for all children and teens suffering the loss of a loved one. We know our programs work. Sustainability and Consistency are key to our programs successes.
Many ways you can support our Gala
By becoming a sponsor for the “All Star Gala”, you will allow us to continue offering ongoing grief support that works with the bereaved day one, or year one, or year five, through graduation, after a crisis, and as a companion for as long as a person needs our support.
As West Chester and Liberty Township continues to grow we see the need for grief support in our community. As the area becomes the new corridor for hospitals and medical facilities the need for grief support will continue to grow.
COJ’s appreciation event was held at Un-Wind in Hyde Park, Cincinnati, on June 20th to celebrate individuals and volunteers helping children, teens, adults and families who grieve in our community. Volunteers, staff, and directors were present for an evening of food, prizes, presentations, and gifts for all the hard work accomplished over the past year.
From facilitating groups, helping with events, managing the day to day chores, mailings, calling, fixing, and just being present to those who grieve is a gift in itself is such a generous gift. COJ wants to thank all of you for your time and talent and countless hours you put in to help us be successful.
We sometimes take for granted
In the rush of all we do,
And forget to say a special thanks
To volunteers like you!
So we send this note to tell you
How much all you do means,
Your gifts of time and of yourself
Are special ones indeed.
113 golfers showed up to the COJ’s 2nd Annual Golf Outing Friday, Aug 12th in what turned out to be a very beautiful day for a round of 18. Glenview Golf Course was selected for the event this year.
Golfers competed for prizes; Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin (2), Longest Putt. There were Gift Baskets, Silent Auctions and of course the lowest scramble score. The winners received a $500.00 gift certificate to Jeff Ruby’s restaurant
When it was all done, golfers were treated to a wonder dinner donated from ELI’S BBQ.
Companions on a Journey would like to thank our volunteers from Pro-link staffing, the COJ Board along with our corporate and individual hole sponsors! American Inspection and Repair, Chemo-Unity LLC, Eckstein Roofing, Fidelity Charitable, General Electric, ICare Consulting Group, Keith Scott / Lexmark, Kenwood CC Men’s Grill ,Mike and Linda Green, Brisben Foundation, ProLink Staffing, Riverpoint, Capital Management, Saundra’s Kitchen, Thomas and Lisa Butt, US Logistics
Companions on a Journey would like to thank our volunteers from Pro-link staffing and the COJ Board along with our corporate and individual hole sponsors!