Golf for a Good Cause: The Spaulding Scramble

Let’s get back on the links!

Spaulding has a history of successful golf outings. For 2022 we are proud to present our newest scramble at Farmington Hills Golf Club. We have a wonderful day planned and hope you will join us for golf and fun as we raise money to continue our work as a national leader in foster care and adoption, developing and providing parenting support, resources and training.

What’s it Fore? Kids Who Deserve a Safe and Permanent Home and Well-Prepared Parents

Funds raised support ongoing services to assure that all children grow up in safe, permanent families and have the help they need to be successful in life.

Did you know that in 2021 Spaulding:

  • Between grant projects and CFS program, we served 2,860 clients and family members – 85% parents and 15% children;
  • We supported implementation of the NTDC training curriculum to 2,238 participants in seven states and 1 tribe;
  • Through the QIC-AG project, we provided adoption support and preservation capacity building services to 12 states;
  • Through the H-BASS project, we provided adoption awareness training to 163 health care professionals in 43 states;
  • We provided foster care, adoption and prevention services to 432 children and 190 families;
  • We were awarded two federal grants;
  • We hosted three drive-thru children and family events;
  • We were supported by 184 donors

Spaulding Scramble Corporate Sponsorship opportunities range from $1000 to $10,000

A complete list of all sponsorship levels is available at

Golf Fees Foursomes: $600 ($150 per golfer)

All players will enjoy breakfast, lunch on the turn and a dinner buffet

Scramble includes an Auction and Prizes such as Longest Drive and Closet to the Pin.


For more Information and to Register for a Sponsorship or a spot in the Spaulding Scramble at

Spaulding Scramble

Spaulding Scramble event flyer

Celebrate Black History Month in Detroit

Celebrate Black History Month in Detroit

Live and Virtual Destinations and Events


Charles Wright Museum

And Still We Rise: From the tragedy of the Middle Passage to the heroism of the Civil Rights Movement and beyond, And Still We Rise offers a comprehensive look at the history of African American resilience.

Exhibits of Note:

Tuskegee Airman: The Tuskegee Airmen National Museum is housed in the Coleman A. Young Gallery, which is named after Detroit’s first Black mayor who was a second lieutenant, bombardier, and navigator in the Tuskegee Airmen. Honoring the legacy and achievements of the nation’s first All-Black air fighter squadron.

New exhibition King Tutankhamun: “Wonderful Things” from Pharaoh’s Tomb until August 22, 2022. The year 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of the boy Pharaoh (King), Tutankhamun.


Detroit Institute of Arts

Exhibits of note:

The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion

Shirley Woodson: Shield of the Nile Reflections

And check out the education resources by grade before you visit


The Henry Ford

Exhibits of note:

Rosa Parks’ Bus

Lincoln Chair from the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, DC when he was assassinated on April 14, 1865.


Gateway to Freedom Sculpture in Detroit

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