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Sand trap shot at the Candler Hills Golf Club Ocala Open Golf Tournament

Ocala Open Charities

Interfaith Emergency Services logo

Interfaith Emergency Services (IES) is a not-for-profit organization which brings together people of all faiths who seek to minister to persons in need through combined prayer and action. IES provides basic human needs such as food, shelter, clothing and emergency financial assistance to those in need right here in our community.

“Now that Interfaith Emergency Services has added free medical, dental and mental health services to our ministry we need and appreciate your support more than ever!  With your help we can improve the quality of life for those struggling the most in our community.  Thank you for helping us help those in need of clothing, shelter, food, medication and medical services through your participation in the 2018 Ocala Open. Together we can make a difference.”

Karla Grimsley
CEO Interfaith Emergency Services

For more information about Interfaith Emergency Services, visit www.iesmarion.org

Hospice of Marion County logo

Hospice of Marion County, Inc. has served the residents of Marion County, Florida since 1983. They are a not-for-profit organization whose mission is providing exemplary, compassionate comfort care for the terminally ill. Their team serves patients and their families by providing not only expert end-of-life care, but also ancillary support, such as counseling, chaplaincy, social services, respite for caregivers and bereavement service.

“Over the years, On Top of the World and, specifically the Ocala Open, have consistently supported Hospice of Marion County (HMC) in providing compassionate comfort care to those in the final chapters of life. As the county’s only not-for-profit hospice, we rely on the generosity of donors to help us fulfill our mission. Not only is HMC been the beneficiary of OTOW’s fundraisers and proceeds from the Ocala Open, the management, players and participants are also keenly aware of what is important to their residents. Quality end-of-life care is our promise to the community, and we are so grateful for your support to help people feel better and live better— every day of their lives.”

Mary Ellen Poe
CEO Hospice of Marion County, Inc.

For more information about Hospice of Marion County, visit www.hospiceofmarion.com