The Center for Animal Health & Welfare's Inaugural  100 Hole Golf Marathon!

  • This event is unique in that it is not just your regular golf tournament, but a 100 hole golf marathon unlike anything you have ever played before.
  • We are looking for 36 participants who are serious about The Center and want to make a difference.
  • You play golf, eat and drink for free while raising funds for a great cause!

  • Each individual's fundraising goal is set at $1,500, where the participant procures pledges per hole played (i.e. $1.00 per hole).
  • Donations are accepted at your personal fundraising page that is provided to all participants. Your campaign manager will create incentives and competitions to help with the fundraising process.
  • You have private use of the course for the day, while being treated like a VIP!!

"I wondered why somebody didn't do something. Then, I realized, I am somebody."- Author Unknown

Welcome to the first-ever 100 Hole Golf Marathon Fundraiser on April 21st, 2012, benefiting The Center for Animal Health & Welfare!

My name is Jason Mohap and I have been an animal lover ever since I can remember. Over the past few years, I have taken my love for animals a step further and have become an animal advocate. As a member of a variety of animal charities around the country, I have seen first hand how much effort and money it takes to ensure the safety and care of animals.

With that said, I wanted to help a local shelter in a way that would be both fun and profitable. The Center for Animal Health & Welfare (formerly the Northampton County SPCA) in Easton, PA, seemed like the perfect choice. As a non-profit organization, it receives no government funding and is no longer affiliated with the American Society of Prevention for Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) because it recently chose to become a "no kill" shelter. In fact, 90% of its funding comes from fundraising and donations.

I know adopting an animal is not an option for everyone, but everyone can help in some way. This tournament provides that avenue, either as a participant, donor or sponsor.

Thank you in advance for your support in this fundraiser, whether you choose to participate in the tournament or simply donate. Any help you provide is appreciated more than you know.

In gratitude,

Jason Mohap
US History Teacher
Easton Area High School
Coordinator, 100 Hole Golf Marathon for The Center for Animal Health and Welfare