How can YOU Chip in?
The First Tee of South Puget Sound knows there is still work to be done in our community and with your support we will be able to impact even more youth in 2020. Our goal is to impact 63,000 youth in Pierce, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties in 2020.
give the gift of golf
$100 supports one (1) child for one (1) session
$400 supports one (1) child for one (1) year of programming
$800 supports one (1) community partner (i.e. Boys & Girls Club) for one (1) session
$1,000 supports participation in local and national tournaments and opportunities for our participants
$2,400 supports one (1) community partner for one (1) year of programming
$10,000 supports programming at 12 golf courses across Pierce, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties
Other ways to give
Donate gently-used golf clubs
The First Tee of South Puget Sound is in need of junior golf clubs and left-handed clubs. We want to give our participants the best equipment possible to grow in the game and in their Life Skills through our program; because of this we are unable to accept any golf clubs older than 10 years. We are also not accepting any golf ball donations at this time, we are unable to store the donations. We appreciate you thinking of The First Tee of South Puget Sound for your donations and love that you are looking to give back to our participants.
If you have any questions about donations please contact Allie Bordeaux, Marketing & Communications Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amazon wish list
If you would like to give outside of a monetary donation, take a look at our Amazon Wish List to see if there is something you would like to contribute to our operations. At The First Tee of South Puget Sound it takes all kids of equipment to successfully reach the youth in our communities. Things such as hula hoops and pool noodles for class setup, office equipment for all in-house production, and much more. We continually add products of all values to this wish list as a way for individuals to impact our organization, just as we impact our communities.