A charity sporting clays event to help fight Parkinson's disease. Anthony Dwyer, Real Estate Agent with The A Team of Compass Real Estate, was inspired to organize this event in honor of his brother, Michael, who passed away after a long battle with Parkinson's. The Naples Charity Clays is a public charity registered in Florida, exempt from federal income tax and can receive tax deductible donations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Raise funds for the Parkinson's Foundation and break some targets with a day of clay shooting! The Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure.
The second Naples Charity Clays Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, January 14th at Gulf Coast Clays in Naples, FL. The day will include 75 rounds of clays, continental breakfast, lunch, beverages, golf carts, awards, giveaways and a silent auction. Donations raised from registration fees and sponsorships will benefit the Parkinson's Foundation.
Porsche of Naples has generously donated the use of a new Macan for a weekend. The more raffle tickets you buy, the better your chances to win!
*Winner must be a Lee or Collier County resident to qualify.*
Purchase your raffle ticket today!
*Complimentary magnum bottle of wine, a 3-month Wine Club Membership including a wine tasting for two. - Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants
*4 hour Private Boat Charter for 6 Adults - Pure Florida
*Lessons with NSCA shooting instructors
* Argentina shooting lodge stay for 4
*1 yr. membership - Gulf Coast Clays
* Shotgun Carrying Case - Negrini Cases
* Custom shirt - Tom James
*Knife Set - Medford Guy
*Gift certificate - The Claw Bar
*Gift Certificate - for Med Spa treatments by Time 4 U
*And many more!
$250 per person. Price includes:
$50 per person. Price includes:
8:00am - 8:45am
Drive to your stations for a "shotgun" start at 9:30am
12:00pm - 1:30
12425 Union Road, Naples, Florida 34114, United States
Date: Saturday, January 14, 2023
Your support allows us to continue to support Parkinson's research.