The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) and The Epilepsy Services Foundation have announced that they will hold the 30th anniversary charity golf tournament at Bloomingdale Golf Club beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday April 27.

NAIFA Tampa President and Bloomingdale resident Tom Brophy stated, “We are very proud of our long association with the Epilepsy Foundation and its mission to serve children in the Tampa Bay area afflicted with epilepsy. Thanks to local community support, last year’s tournament was such a great success we are pleased to be returning to Bloomingdale for our 30-year anniversary event”.

The Epilepsy Foundation is the only organization of its kind to focus strictly on the needs of the over 16,000 children and young adults with epilepsy in the greater Tampa Bay area. Funds raised are used to send children and their families to Paul Newman’s Boggy Creek Camp for a week under medical supervision.
NAIFA is the oldest and largest professional association of its kind with over 300 members in the Tampa area. Advisors serve Main Street America through long term relationships providing risk management, wealth accumulation, and retirement advice.

The Charity Golf Classic will take place at Bloomingdale Golfers Club, 4113 Great Golfers Place in Valrico. Registration and lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. with Shotgun Start at 1 p.m. Dinner follows play at 5:30 p.m.

The cost is $100 per golfer or $360 for a foursome. Fees include lunch, dinner, prizes and one complementary greens fee at one of seven championship courses and more, along with sports, restaurant & entertainment raffle prizes: Disney tickets, SeaWorld tickets,Tampa Bay Rays game tickets, family portraits, Jackson’s Bistro, golf gear and many more. Sponsorships and donations for event bags or raffles are also appreciated.

For information, contact: Tom Orth – Director Epilepsy Services Foundation at 374-8907 or or Chris Bruser – NAIFA Tampa Special Events Chairman at 857-4565 or or online at Contributions may be tax deductible, consult your tax professional.

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