Red Mountain Ranch Country Club welcomes the Happily Ever After League (HEAL)

Red Mountain Ranch Country Club proudly welcomes the local non-profit Happily Ever After League. HEAL was created to provide financial support to Arizona moms during their post- surgery and recovery from cancer. There are no financial requirements to qualify for the program. Arizona mothers with at least one dependent child can receive support from HEAL.

Since its inception in 2004, HEAL has kept the goal of never turning away a qualifying mom in need. Each month HEAL assists 5 to10 mothers with a one- time financial grant.

Overall HEAL distributes $50,000 per year in grant support and an additional $30,000 in outreach and support programs through the HEALing House. HEAL’s goal is to increase the average grant to make a bigger impact to moms and families while they are going through cancer treatment.

Red Mountain Ranch Country Club is a community gem in its own right…delivering an inspiring golf experience. One of Pete Dye’s masterpieces; the 6,653 yard, par 72 design features signature mounding and bunkers reinforced with railroad ties, wide fairways, and contoured greens. The inspiring layout combined with the native desert landscape of stately Saguaros, mesquite trees, and breathtaking rock formations captivates players from beginning to end. This beautiful Arizona course is hosting the HEAL golf event on September 22, 2011.

“Community partnerships are vital to the life of our organization.” states Lauren Daniels, HEAL Founder, President and survivor. “We are excited that Red Mountain Ranch is hosting our golf event. We appreciate their support of HEAL’s mission.”

Information about the Happily Ever After League and the up-coming golf event can be found at