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$2,950

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$33,300

Julie Baker Memorial Golf Tournament Logo

Please note: We’re using a new zero-fee platform called Zeffy for the tournament this year. It's completely free for us, which means more donations can go directly our cause.

On the donation form, if you do not wish to contribute to Zeffy, make sure to select "Other" from the dropdown menu and type "0" in the contribution box.

For donations of $1,000 or more, you will be encouraged to pay via direct debit (ACH) through Stripe. Pay by credit card or mail us a check by selecting "Other payment methods" at the bottom of the form and following the instructions.

Make checks out to: Julie and Dick Baker Memorial Fund

Mail checks to: Julie and Dick Baker Memorial Fund, 835 Crittenden Rd, Rochester, NY 14623

The Julie Baker Memorial Golf Tournament was established in 2021 to honor Julie and raise awareness for an important cause. Every donation we receive benefits the Willow Domestic Violence Center in Rochester, NY. Their services prevent abuse and provide survivors with the support they need on the path to a safe and empowered life.

Julie’s family and friends want this event to be full of hope for an end to domestic violence, as well as a celebration of who she was. To date, we have raised $105,000 for Willow thanks to the generosity of our attendees and donors. By joining our cause, you'll be supporting an outstanding charity organization delivering services to those in need from our local community.

The Julie and Dick Baker Memorial Fund, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was formed in 2023 to honor both Julie and her late husband Dick.

All donations to our golf tournament are tax deductible. You will receive a tax receipt via email upon checkout. If you have any questions, please contact us at fundraising@juliebakermemorialgolf.com.

We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to our cause over the last three years. We will work to never let Julie and Dick’s love and light for their family, their friends, and each other dwindle.