• Old Oak Country Club
  • 14200 Parker Rd, Homer Glen, IL

Handzel Golf Open 
June 2nd, 2017


$9,600 Was Donated to the Gift from The Heart Foundation

It is said that our future and the future of the world rest in our children. This is certainly true! However it is not limited to healthy children. Seriously ill as well as disabled children have been blessed by God with many unique abilities and talents. These youngsters need only to be helped along - to be given a chance in life. Every donation – even the smallest one – represents a chance for our children...

Handzel Open 8 for Benefit of Gift from The Hearth Foundation

The Gift From the Heart Foundation is a charitable organization established in 1988. It facilitates the medical treatment of seriously ill and disabled children from Poland and Eastern Europe, who do not have any chance for such treatment in their own countries...

$7,000.00 Was Donated to Amber Coalition

Polish-American Breast Cancer Awareness Program. On behalf of Polish American women, on behalf of all of our community I have the pleasure to express gratitude to players and sponsors of the entire tennis family of 2006 Handzel Open for their contribution to the Polish American Breast Cancer Program in Chicago. Your generous $7,000 donation was very appreciated and well spent to support the Program...

Handzel Open 7 Towards Amber Coalition

Amber Coalition. Polish-American Breast Cancer Awareness Program. In the U.S. today, there are many racial and ethnic minorities who remain underserved, both medically and socially. One of the largest groups is the Polish American community of 9 million people, with the largest populations living...

Handzel Open - Main Sponsor of the English Language Workshops 2005 in Peru

I have always been lucky to meet kind-hearted people willing to help support my projects, some of which at first glance may have seemed a little crazy. Without their backing I would not have achieved even a part of my accomplishments. Chicago has been my hometown for only five years, but the Polish/American businessmen