Welcome to Rosemary Beach Foundation

Sunday, November 22, 2015 – 1:30 – 4 PM – St. Augustine Park, Rosemary Beach
Tail-Wag Tailgate!! Show your spirit by wearing your team colors/attire
*Only vaccinated pups please.
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Saturday, November 28, 2015 – St. Augustine Park, Rosemary Beach
Come out to Rosemary Beach for a day of friendly competition, food, drinks and fun. 

SIGN-UP TODAY – Space is limited 

Registration Fee: $50 per team (2 players)
Registration/Court Assisgnement 9 – 9:30 AM, Tournament begins at 10 AM.
Please bring bocce ball set.
Round robin followed by single elimination.

2015 Presenting Sponsor: Bombora Sun & Surf   Tournament Sponsors:  Rosemary Beach Cottage Rental Company, Rosemary Beach Property Owners Association, Bud and Alley’s, The Aesthetic Clinique, The Hidden Lantern, Rosemary Beach Trading Company, August + Brill, and Bamboo Bicycle Company.

The 2015 Fall Bocce Tournament benefits Rosemary Beach Foundation and our charitable partner, Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center

RBF-logo-2014.jpgheader-logoRosemary Beach Foundation offers cultural, educational, community and charitable activities for residents and visitors of Walton County.  Our annual programs are Girls Getaway, Music in Pictures, Rosemary Beach Unleashed™, Walk Her Way®, Fall Bocce and 30A CornHole Tournaments.  Through these efforts, over $480,000 has been donated to local organizations.

Childrens Advocacy Center

The Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, with child-friendly facilities in Okaloosa and Walton County provides critical services to child victims of sexual and physical abuse and children who witness domestic violence.    The Center work collaboratively with partner agencies, to include law enforcement, prosecutors, social services, and medical professionals to hold offenders accountable while wrapping services around the child victim and their families.    Services include forensic interviews, medical evaluation and exams, mental health counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals to community resources.

The Center is currently building its new Pierce Family Walton County Children’s Advocacy Center in Defuniak Springs, slated to be open in April of 2016.    In 2014, the Center brought hope and healing to 687 child victims of abuse, while providing for more than 6000 services.