You are encouraging all of your friends to join your sorority on the third Saturday this month from 6:00 am until 10:00 am for Cakes and Carts! One ticket gets the buyer pancakes, sausage, fruit, and a drink, as well as a golf cart an an 18 hole round of golf. The pancakes are unlimited, and in reality the swings are as well. The best golfers, however, will hope that they keep their swings to a minimum. Even your friends who are not in the area or can’t make it but would still like to help, can also choose to simply donate to the golf event. All ticket sales and donations go toward the local charity your sorority is sponsoring, a wonderful local organization that advocates for children who are abused and neglected in the court system. As the vice president of philanthropy, this is the first year of sponsoring the event, but you are hoping that it will provide you the experience to sponsor other golf events, or other charitable events, in the future.
Golf Club Social Events Can Help Your Organization Raise Significant Funds
From brunch specials on championship golf courses to local golf events on a small course with only 9 holes, there are many times when hosting a charitable event can help you raise the funds that you need. In fact, big charity events often draw the biggest sponsorships, as well as many individual registrations.
In addition to raising money for local charities, many golf courses and club houses are also used for weddings and other special celebrations. In fact, since the average budget for just the wedding ceremony and reception is $28,385, a golf course can make a great deal of money from these events. With those kind of profits, a golf course is then able to donate a weekend at a course for a charitable event.
Brunch began in England and took 30 years to catch on in the U.S., but there are now many kinds of events and celebrations that capitalize on the morning gathering times at wedding showers, charitable events, and other celebrations.