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YWCA Greenwich Golf & Tennis Charity Tournament

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We are delighted to invite members and friends of The Luxury Marketing Council to join local community and business leaders at upcoming YWCA Greenwich Golf & Tennis Charity Tournament on Monday, May 23 at The Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Who:
Founded in 1919, YWCA Greenwich continually meets the changing needs of the people it serves. During the past year more than 45,000 women, men and children participated in and benefitted from YWCA programs and services.
What:
Golf & Tennis Charity Tournament Includes lunch, golf and/or tennis, cart fees, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and awards.

Where:

Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut 

Why:
To support YWCA’s programs and services. Membership and program fees cover only 60% of the funds needed to operate the YWCA. Proceeds from the Golf & Tennis Charity.

The tournament helps cover the 40% difference and also make it possible to provide subsidies and scholarships for those who cannot otherwise afford to take advantage of our programs and services.

Individual Tickets range from $500 to $1,000

Sponsorships range from $2,500 to $15,000

 

About YWCA Greenwich

Founded in 1919, YWCA Greenwich continually meets the changing needs of the people it serves. During the past year more than 45,000 women, men and children participated in and benefitted from YWCA programs and services.

The Golf & Tennis Charity Tournament supports YWCA’s programs and services. Membership and program fees cover only 60 percent of the funds needed to operate the YWCA. The Tournament helps to cover the 40 percent difference and also make it possible to provide subsidies and scholarships for those who cannot otherwise afford to take advantage of our programs and services, including:

-Scholarships to children and youth in need.
-Free crisis services to victims of domestic violence, including two 24/7 hotlines, individual and group counseling, criminal and civil court services and shelter.
-Free workshops and seminars that support and enrich the lives of women and girls.
-Free community racial justice programs and initiatives.

 

About The Greenwich Country Club

Situated on 165 acres, The Greenwich Country Club is the third oldest country club in the United States. National surveys rate the Greenwich Country Club as one of the top 50 country clubs in the United States, and throughout its history the Club has numbered among its members: leaders of business, finance and government, as well as names prominent in the civic life of Greenwich and the Nation.

The Club's original charter set forth objectives of: "maintaining a clubhouse and golf grounds; to cultivate a social spirit among its members; to provide them with lawful recreation to do generally whatever may serve for the advancement, benefit, diversion or pleasure of the members.” This focus on a social spirit has been basic to the success of the Club over the years. Essentially a family club with programs that seek to meet the needs and enjoyment of members and their families.

The environment has remained consistent; catering to a family-oriented atmosphere as well as athletic excellence in various sports activities. Its center has always been to maintain the traditions of the Club history and offer unsurpassed superiority in hospitality and service, a place for good living and entertainment and for wholesome recreation and agreeable sociability.

Situated on 165 acres, The Greenwich Country Club is the third oldest country club in the United States. National surveys rate the Greenwich Country Club as one of the top 50 country clubs in the United States, and throughout its history the Club has numbered among its members: leaders of business, finance and government, as well as names prominent in the civic life of Greenwich and the Nation.

The Club's original charter set forth objectives of: "maintaining a clubhouse and golf grounds; to cultivate a social spirit among its members; to provide them with lawful recreation to do generally whatever may serve for the advancement, benefit, diversion or pleasure of the members.” This focus on a social spirit has been basic to the success of the Club over the years. Essentially a family club with programs that seek to meet the needs and enjoyment of members and their families.

The environment has remained consistent; catering to a family-oriented atmosphere as well as athletic excellence in various sports activities. Its center has always been to maintain the traditions of the Club history and offer unsurpassed superiority in hospitality and service, a place for good living and entertainment and for wholesome recreation and agreeable sociability.