Harc Partners with Travelers Championship Birdies for Charity!
Harc is excited to announce our fundraising partnership with the 2020 Travelers Championship Birdies for Charity program! Although the event will take place June 22 – 28, it will not have live spectators this year the fundraising is still going as planned.
As always, the Travelers Championship will donate 100% of your gift to our organization, PLUS an additional 15% bonus match on every dollar raised!
Your donation will help Harc transition seamlessly into a new way of providing programs and services by enabling us to purchase the tools we need to keep our participants and staff safe as they return to their day to day activities. COVID-19 has compelled us to rethink how we operate, now and for the foreseeable future, so we must direct our focus on changing the way we interact safely with the public and each other. Many of the things we will need to adapt to this new normal include iPads and computers to connect with medical staff and loved ones, personal protective equipment, technical support, and innovative online and virtual programming options such as Beam.
We appreciate your support, as it is crucial to our success.
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The Travelers Championship is proud to be a PGA TOUR event that donates 100 percent of net proceeds to charity every year. Since 1952, the tournament has given more than $40 million to the community, and in 2018, the Travelers Championship generated $2 million for more than 150 charities throughout New England. The tournament is committed to supporting our charitable community through Birdies for Charity and Chip In for Charity.
It is a PGA TOUR initiative to build a community of tournaments, players, charities, sponsors, partners, volunteers and fans who are committed to making a social investment by helping others. The majority of the funds raised as a professional sporting league are directed back into the local community where the tournament is held. This means that there isn’t one specific beneficiary of the PGA TOUR. Instead there are nearly 3,000 charities and countless individuals worldwide who are touched by the TOUR’s goal of giving back. Read More.