United Way sets date for golf outing

The United Way of the Great River Region is already close to 80% of it's 2022 campaign goal and are looking to blow the top off this year's fundraising efforts.

FORT MADISON – The United Way of the Great River Region is pleased to announce their annual 18-hole outing on Friday, May 6, 2022, at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course in Fort Madison.

Karen Siefken, United Way Executive Director said, “The golf outing is a great opportunity to show your support for the United Way and have a great time doing it.”

Net proceeds will go directly to help fund 21 local nonprofit organizations that show a measurable impact in the areas of health, education, and financial stability. Some of these nonprofit organizations will even be at the golf outing to show what their funding goes towards. United Way also supports key initiatives such as the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and the Back-to-School Festival.

“One of the best things about the United Way is the money stays in the tri-county area,” said Leah Jones, United Way Board member, “Local money supporting local programs!”

The United Way is accepting sponsorships for the May 6th golf outing.  There are corporate, hole, and hospitality sponsor opportunities are available.  Each corporate sponsorship includes a team entry.

Corporate Sponsorship – $1,000
Includes name and/or logo on all advertising, an opportunity to market to the players, may also have 4-person team but not required.

Team Sponsorship – $400
Includes 4-person team, carts, lunch, mulligans and 5 drink tickets per player.

Hole Sponsorship – $100
Includes hole sign and a chance to be present at the course to promote your business.

Hospitality Sponsorship – $300

Included name and/or logo on beverage cart, at the buffet line and throughout the golf course.

To register a team or sign up to be a sponsor contact Karen Siefken at 319-524-4504, or director@unitedwaygrr.org.

United Way of the Great River Region serves all of Lee, Hancock, and Clark Counties. All donations are tax-deductible.

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