CARLSBAD, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Fresh Start Surgical Gifts' ( annual Fresh Start for Kids Celebrity Golf Classic joins together Hollywood actors, professional athletes, and Fresh Start supporters to tee off in support of transforming the lives of children with physical deformities.

The 20th Annual Fresh Start for Kids Celebrity Golf Classic will support Fresh Start's life-changing medical services for disadvantaged children – Fresh Start provides reconstructive surgeries and related healthcare services for children suffering from physical deformities.

Fresh Start gives children:
* a future free of a physical deformity;
* safe, comprehensive medical care;
* and improved confidence and self-esteem.

The festivities begin on Sunday, March 18, 2012 with a pre-tournament welcome dinner held at Morgan Run Club & Resort in San Diego, California. The dinner will feature guest speaker Carmen, a Fresh Start patient who suffers from amelogenesis imperfecta, a tooth development disorder which caused her teeth to become easily damaged and not develop enamel. The pre-party also includes dinner, cocktails, entertainment, and a live and silent auction.

The next day, March 19, 2012, foursomes will be paired with a celebrity to participate in contests and sample delicious food and beverages at each hole from local San Diego restaurants. Current celebrities participating include Marcus Allen, David Justice, Quentin Jammer, Christopher Knight, John Carney, Vince Coleman, James Lofton, Alfonso Ribeiro, Grant Show, and more.

Foursomes start at $2,500 and sponsorships start at $500. For more details, visit .

About Fresh Start Surgical Gifts:

Fresh Start is a 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Carlsbad, California that provides free reconstructive surgery, laser treatments, speech therapy and dental procedures for disadvantaged infants, children, and young adults with physical deformities. All services are provided in San Diego by a team of more than 600 local volunteers. Since incorporation in 1991, Fresh Start has provided over $21 Million of free medical services to over 5,600 children. For more information please visit .

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