Date(s) - 02/01/2015
Support Singleton Moms with Birdies for Charity
The 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open promises to be the biggest and best tournament in the event’s history. The Waste Management Phoenix Open will feature some of the biggest names on the PGA TOUR battling it out for first place.
You’re invited to be a part of the golf action at the Waste Management Phoenix Open through the tournament’s Birdies for Charity Program. The program centers around the PGA TOUR professionals making birdies – lots of them – during the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open (Jan 26 – Feb. 1) at the TPC Scottsdale). Don’t worry; you don’t need to be much of a golfer or even a golf fan for that matter to participate in the Birdies For Charity Program. What’s important is that by participating, you’ll be helping out a local charity, and in the process, you may even be rewarded for your generosity.
In recent years at the Waste Management Phoenix Open the PGA TOUR professionals have averaged about 1,500 birdies during tournament play. What does that mean? Well, if you pledged one penny for every birdie made, your pledge would amount to $15.00. If you pledged two cents per birdie, it would be $30.00. It’s really pretty simple.
Now you may be asking who receives your pledge? Well, we do – Singleton Moms! The Waste Management Phoenix Open and Thunderbirds Charities are giving our organization the opportunity to generate funds from this fun promotion and we get to keep every cent collected. Plus, as an added bonus, Thunderbirds Charities will match 15 percent. of the total amount of pledges we collect. So if we collect $10,000, that’s an extra $1,500 for us.
The program is simple. After the tournament, Thunderbirds Charities will bill you for the amount of your pledge written on the official pledge form.
If you have questions, please call Heather at 480-818-5285.
The Pledge deadline is 5PM Sunday, February 1, 2015.